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Saudi Baharat BBQ Chicken

As I noted in the Great Jerky Experiment – Round 5, I’m in love with Saudi Baharat.  It’s along the same lines as Ras el hanout (another favourite of mine) but it’s nowhere near as hot (although spice blends can vary drastically so maybe its just the one I’ve been buying that has extra kick).  […]

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The Great Jerky Experiment – Round 5 – Saudi Baharat Jerky

I’m on a roll this week.  My food dehydrator has never had this much use.  It triumphed with the last batch of jerky, has had a couple of runs making kale chips and now it’s set for yet another round of the Great Jerky Experiment.  I’ve fallen in love with a delightful little spice blend […]

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The Great Jerky Experiment – Round 3 – Jerk Jerky

At first I was a little bit scared of this jerky.  Jerk Jerky is from the ever trusty “Just Jerky, The complete Guide to Making” but this recipe uses Habanero chilli which lies on the hotter side of the Scoville Scale.  The chilli lovers out there may call me a wuss: fair enough; but this […]

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The Great Jerky Experiment – Round 2 – Kangaroo Biltong

After the surprisingly tasty success of Round 1, I’m going to attempt to make one of my favourite foods this week – Biltong.  I’m using kangaroo because it’s really lean (fatty meat makes for rancid jerky) and I can easily get it in fillets rather than steaks, so I can make nice long strips hopefully […]

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The Great Jerky Experiment – Round 1 – WINNER!

I did it! I made jerky! It was a little touch and go there for a while.  As per my earlier post, forgetting to cut up the meat before marinating was the first hiccup.  Having NO idea how my dehydrator would work was another potential problem, but IT’S ALL OK! I HAVE JERKY!  AND IT […]

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The Great Jerky Experiment – Round 1

Today is the day I attempt to make jerky for the first time.  Well, technically I started yesterday armed with my copy of “Just Jerky, The Complete Guide to Making It”. I began with step 1 – marinating the beef strips.  How card could it be?  Oh wait; that says strips doesn’t it? 

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