Oven-made Jerky. When my daughter started first grade, the talk coming from my little girl was more about lunches than what to wear on the first day. With my daughter, it's never a sure thing if she'll eat her whole lunch, but if there's a piece of sweet and salty jerky nearby, she's sure to mow it. So with school on the horizon and a London broil beckoning at the neighborhood butcher, all signs that.
Start with an appliance everyone already has, an oven! Using the oven to make beef jerky is a very easy, simple, and cost effective way to make great tasting jerky. The recipe I will be using to show you how to make jerky in an oven is my Chili Lime Jerky. You can cook Oven-made Jerky using 3 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Oven-made Jerky
- It’s 2 lb of London Broil.
- Prepare 1 of Soaked Skewer.
- Prepare 1 of Marinade/rub.
You've made a batch of savory, mouthwatering beef jerky perfect for snacking on all week. For the best quality and longer storage, store jerky, covered, in the refrigerator for up to a week. If you plan to store in the freezer, use a food vacuum sealer to seal the jerky before storing. Want to make Beef Jerky but don't have a dehydrator or a smoker?
Oven-made Jerky instructions
- Carve meet into desired strip size..
- Prepare marinade/rub.
- Marinate overnight..
- Run skewers through the ends of the strips..
- Place oven rack at its highest place..
- Place skewers/strips on the rack so the strips dangle down freely without touching each other..
- Set oven to lowest possible temperature. ~125°.
- Crack oven door with cloth..
- Dry for 6-8 hours..
- Take out. Cool down. Bag up. Enjoy!.
No problem just use your oven!!! Best Homemade Oven Beef Jerky – Our homemade beef jerky recipe makes a savory snack that's Paleo, Keto, and Gluten-Free. It's packed with flavor and protein, and has the perfect chewable jerky texture!. Anytime I put the word "best" in a title, I feel like I need to explain myself… Oven beef jerky is really not that hard to make and will save you loads of money if you are a real beef jerky fan. You can technically make jerky out of any meat, but I do prefer beef.