Honey Glaised Beef Jerky




Introduction: Honey Glaised Beef Jerky

About: I like to turn trash into useful treasures. I believe less gives you time for MORE in your life. I love riding motorcycles.

Honey, Brown sugar, Teriyaki is my favorite. But you can use the flavors you like.

Step 1: Marinade the Meat

1 cup brown sugar

1 cup teriyaki marinade

1 jar honey

1 English roast (ask your butcher to slice it for you) If you slice it yourself, put it in the freezer for 20 minutes to help firm it up for easier cutting. Trim off all the fat. Dissolve the sugar in the terriyaki marinade.

Step 2: Soak in the Fridge Over Night.

Add the meat slices and put in the fridge for at least 8 hours. I leave it over night.

Step 3: Put on the Trays and Drizzle With Honey

If you have a dehydrator, put the meat on the trays. If not, you can do it in the oven.

Heat up the honey, 20 seconds in the microwave should do it. Be careful, don't melt the bottle.

Drizzle honey on each piece. Tilt trays in the sink a while to let the excess run off.

Step 4: Put in the Dehydrator or Oven

Set your dehydrator on the highest setting.

In the oven, used the lowest setting. Prop the door open with a wooden spoon or something so it doesn't get too hot. Test small pieces for done-ness after 4 hours. Try not to test so much that there is none left when it is all done. Again TRY!

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    4 years ago

    Love my jerky... I will try your recipe, here is one for homemade teriyaki sauce, i halve the sugar as I don't like it too sweet... http://www.tasteandtellblog.com/teriyaki-chicken/ Also I personally find it easier to leave the fat on, slice the meat into steaks and then trim the fat off.. Then finally slice it into thin pieces.. The fat actually tastes so good once dehydrated but can spoil the meat quickly so I keep mine in the freezer.