Evelyn’s Classic Beef Jerky

This recipe card is dated December 10, 1989. Aunt Evelyn was a farmer’s wife and a good cook. I haven’t tried this Beef Jerky but here’s the recipe for you just in case your man loves this stuff as much as mine does.

3-5 lbs very lean round steak

1 tsp onion powder

1/2 tsp black pepper

2 TBLSP liquid smoke

1 TBLSP salt

1 tsp garlic powder

A1 sauce…a little bit

1 cup warm water..mix together

Slice beef into strips 1/4 ” thick 1/2″ wide and about 4-5 ” long. Roll it thin with a rolling pin. Cut across grain of meat for crisp jerky.

Marinate in covered container several hours or overnight. Drain and pat dry w/paper toweling. Heat dry (about 175 deg) until it gets crispy according to your wishes. (Check it often) Seal in plastic bags.

copyright@2019

Mary Anne Whitchurch Tuck

http://www.thatremindsme.net

 

 

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The future is right ahead of me and new projects seem to beckon... Friends and memories of times past remain with me today. I love to share my stories along with comments and opinions (of course) of today's challenges. Photography is my hobby and opportunities to capture the scenes before me are mine for the taking. Born and raised in Michigan, the peaceful woods and wildlife trails have always attracted me. Graduating from high school in the early fifties, college was of no interest to me. I have learned one important fact about life; whover decided when a person becomes "old"...didn't know what they were talking about...My theory is; you're as old as you think you are....(I'm thinking about it..haven't decided yet.)

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