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Teriyaki Beef Jerky Recipe Smoker

Teriyaki Beef Jerky Recipe Smoker

Topic: Teriyaki Beef Jerky Recipe Smoker

Teriyaki Beef Jerky Recipe Smoker

Teriyaki Beef Jerky Recipe Smoker

These Smoked Teriyaki Beef Jerky Sticks are made using flank steaks and our favourite marinade on your pellet barbecue. One of my favourite things to make at home on our pellet barbecues is beef jerky. There is simply no comparison between what you can prepare at home and what you can get in a store.

What type of meat should be used to make this jerky?

This time, we wanted to produce teriyaki beef jerky sticks, so we chose meat that could be readily sliced into small strips while still keeping its structure. Cutting WITH the grain also implies that when you bite into the finished product, you’ll be biting against the grain, resulting in the optimum bite.

How long should the flank steak strips marinate?

Allow your flank steak strips to soak for roughly 24 hours for a robust Teriyaki Beef Jerky flavour. If you can’t wait that long, 12 will most likely produce a great batch of jerky sticks.

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What if you don’t own a Traeger grill?

If you don’t have a Traeger barbecue, you can use any other pellet grill brand for this recipe. We’ve successfully made beef jerky using our Camp Chef and our Louisiana Vertical Pellet Smoker! You can also use a charcoal smoker or an electric smoker.

Teriyaki Beef Jerky Recipe Smoker

People Also Ask:

Can I marinate jerky for 48 hours?

Preheat your smoker or pellet grill to 225° F and smoke the jerky for 2 1/2 to 3 hours. Please turn off the smoker and set it aside for 10 minutes to cool. You can either eat your jerky immediately or save it for later. Place the warm jerky in a new gallon bag and seal it to preserve for a short period.

Can you smoke jerky at 225 degrees?

Lightly grease the grate of an outside smoker and set it to low heat. Arrange the pork strips on the grill so that they do not overlap. Cook over low heat to smoke. Jerky is ready when the edges seem dry with only a small trace of liquid in the centre of the slices, which should take around 6 to 8 hours.

How long should I smoke jerky?
Place the meat on your smoker and smoke it for 2 hours at 150 to 180 degrees.
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