21 Peppered Jerky Recipe Dehydrator

What should I make for dinner tonight? This might just be the number one question that we ask ourselves almost daily over here.

Then you have come to the right place, we have rounded up 21 peppered jerky recipe dehydrator that we have shared over the years.

Plus, there is such a variety of flavours in these recipes, so you are sure to find something for you. Most of these recipes are quick and easy ones made especially for busy weeknights.

21 Peppered Jerky Recipe Dehydrator

Peppered Beef Jerky

Peppered Beef Jerky

10 hr 10 min
Round roast, soy sauce, brown sugar, red pepper flakes, worcestershire sauce
5.020
Hey Grill, Hey
Garlic Black Pepper Beef Jerky Recipe

Garlic Black Pepper Beef Jerky Recipe

8 hr 30 min
Round roast, soy sauce, brown sugar, prague powder, sea salt
4.271
Jerkyholic
Peppered Beef Jerky Recipe Recipe - (4.5/5)

Peppered Beef Jerky Recipe Recipe – (4.5/5)

2 hr 40 min
London broil, liquid smoke, soy sauce, worcestershire sauce, garlic powder
4.512
Keyingredient
Beef Jerky

Beef Jerky

8 hr 10 min
Top round steak, liquid smoke, soy sauce, worcestershire sauce, seasoned salt
4.9187
Gimme Some Oven
Black Pepper Jerky

Black Pepper Jerky

10 hr
Bottom round, soy sauce, worcestershire sauce, amber ale, black pepper
5.01.7K
Food & Wine Magazine
Peppered Beef Jerky

Peppered Beef Jerky

3 hr 10 min
Flank steak, soy sauce, worcestershire sauce, freezer bag, seasoned salt
No reviews
Instant Pot Recipes
Mike's Peppered Beef Jerky

Mike’s Peppered Beef Jerky

34 hr 25 min
Liquid smoke, soy sauce, brown sugar, worcestershire sauce, cayenne pepper
4.532
Allrecipes
Spicy Beef Jerky Recipe

Spicy Beef Jerky Recipe

6 hr 20 min
Bottom round, soy sauce, brown sugar, sesame oil, cayenne pepper
No reviews
Pepper Geek
Peppered Beef Jerky

Peppered Beef Jerky

3 hr 20 min
Ground beef, jerky seasoning, insta cure, chili powder, garlic powder
5.01
Ground Beef Jerky
Spicy Beef Jerky Recipe

Spicy Beef Jerky Recipe

25 min
London broil, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, ghost pepper, worcestershire sauce
5.03
Chili Pepper Madness
Texas Pepper Beef Jerky

Texas Pepper Beef Jerky

4 hr 15 min
Bottom round, liquid smoke, teriyaki sauce, soy sauce, brown sugar
4.610
Butter N Thyme
Lemon Peppered Jerky

Lemon Peppered Jerky

Lemon pepper, beef top round, soy sauce, curing salt, garlic powder
No reviews
Pinterest
Simple DIY Beef Jerky

Simple DIY Beef Jerky

18 hr 30 min
Soy sauce, brown sugar, meat tenderizer, worcestershire sauce, smoked paprika
4.538
Fresh Off the Grid
Dr. Pepper Beef Jerky

Dr. Pepper Beef Jerky

6 hr
Lb beef eye, brown sugar, prague powder, dr, sea salt
3.939
Jerkyholic
3 Easy Dehydrator Jerky Recipes that Will Have Them Asking for More

3 Easy Dehydrator Jerky Recipes that Will Have Them Asking for More

6 hr 30 min
Gluten free, kombucha, liquid smoke, pineapple juice, chili lime salt
5.01
Joybilee® Farm
Spicy Black Pepper Beef Jerky (Made In The Oven)

Spicy Black Pepper Beef Jerky (Made In The Oven)

London broil, lemon pepper seasoning, parchment paper, red pepper, smoked salt
No reviews
The Rising Spoon
Most Amazing Beef Jerky

Most Amazing Beef Jerky

12 hr 25 min
Liquid smoke, soy sauce, honey, worcestershire sauce, cayenne pepper
No reviews
thestayathomechef.com
The BEST Sweet & Spicy Beef Jerky

The BEST Sweet & Spicy Beef Jerky

Liquid smoke, balsamic vinegar, fresh orange juice, soy sauce, brown sugar
5.01
Stella ‘n Spice
Dr. Pepper Jalapeno Beef Jerky

Dr. Pepper Jalapeno Beef Jerky

2 hr 20 min
Lb beef eye, worcestershire sauce, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper
4.858
Pinterest
Homemade Beef Jerky

Homemade Beef Jerky

15 hr
London broil beef, liquid smoke, red hot sauce, soy sauce, worcestershire sauce
5.074
Food.com
Doc's Best Beef Jerky

Doc’s Best Beef Jerky

12 hr 20 min
Beef round steak, liquid smoke, soy sauce, brown sugar, meat tenderizer
4.5394
Allrecipes

How long does it take to make beef jerky in a dehydrator?

around 4-5 hours

How much pepper is in a pound of jerky?

1 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper per pound of beef.

Do you need to cook beef jerky before dehydrating it?

For jerky to be safe, it should be heated to 160°F for beef and 165°F for turkey or chicken jerky BEFORE you dry your strips. Heating the jerky after dehydrating might not kill all bacteria due to it becoming more heat resistant during the drying process.

Can you make jerky in a food dehydrator?

If you’re making the jerky in a dehydrator, lay the strips out in a single layer on the trays of your dehydrator. Then follow the dehydrator’s instructions to cook the beef jerky until it is dry and firm, yet still a little bit pliable. (With my dehydrator, that meant cooking the jerky on medium heat for about 8 hours.

How do you know when jerky is done dehydrating?

The dry strip should exhibit a firm, flexible form that can easily bend completely back on itself without snapping. Dried jerky should not be crumbly but instead displays a leathery texture that tastes palatably chewy.

Can you dehydrate raw meat?

When raw meat or poultry is dehydrated at home — either in a warm oven or a food dehydrator — to make jerky which will be stored on the shelf, pathogenic bacteria are likely to survive the dry heat of a warm oven and especially the 130 to 140 °F of a food dehydrator.

How much jerky can you fit in a dehydrator?

FOOD DEHYDRATOR

Our Excalibur dehydrator model can fit 16 – 18 pounds of meat in one jerky batch. Smaller dehydrators are out there also.

Why is my jerky red?

The color of jerky depends on the cut of beef, how it was cooked, and the flavoring (think spices) used in your marinade. Cooked beef jerky should maintain a reddish hue albeit much darker. Some jerky may be closer to blackish-red, while other types lean towards purple.

What kind of salt do you use for jerky?

The perfect blend of Salt and sodium nitrite, Bolner’s Fiesta Brand Curing Salt is the best curing salt to have on hand for all of your food preservation needs. Whether you are pickling meat, making your own sausage, or drying meat for jerky, keep a bottle of Bolner’s Fiesta Brand Curing Salt handy.

How do you preheat jerky before dehydrating?

Jerky should reach an internal temperature of 160 degrees Fahrenheit (165°F for poultry). Arrange dried jerky strips in a single layer on a baking sheet, not touching or overlapping. Place in an oven preheated to 275 degrees Fahrenheit. Begin checking the temperature using a bi-metallic food thermometer at 10 minutes.

Does homemade jerky need to be refrigerated?

Jerky is a lightweight, dried meat product that is a handy food for backpackers, campers and outdoor sports enthusiasts. It requires no refrigeration. Jerky can be made from almost any lean meat, including beef, pork, venison or smoked turkey breast.

How long does homemade beef jerky last?

Homemade beef jerky, on the other hand, should last one to two months if you store it in an airtight container after making it. If you store beef jerky in a Ziplock bag in your pantry, it’ll last about a week. And, if you store your beef jerky in the fridge, you can expect it to last one to two weeks.

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