Mule's venison jerkey with Qview and recipe

Discussion in 'Drying/Dehydrating' started by themule69, Jan 19, 2014.

  1. Well it is time to make some Bambi jerky. I had the hind leg in the freezer from last hunting season.

    So i pulled it out to make jerky. Here is what i have done so far. I boned the leg. Placed in freezer to firm it up. Sliced

    about 3/16" thick. Give or take. If it was thick. I would flatten it with the palm of my hand. Then i made

    up a batch of brine. Brought water to boil. Added all ingredients and simmered 15 min. the allowed to

    cool. Then in the project fridge.


    1 boned deer leg                          = 4269 g or 9.4 pound

    1/2 gallon water

    Cure #1                                        = 15g

    Kosher salt                                   = 61g

    Dark Brown sugar                        = 43g

    Onion powder                              = 11g

    Ground dried Tabasco peppers   = 5g

    Ground red pepper                      = 3g

    Black pepper                               = 5g

    Worcestershire Sauce                 = 1 1/4 cup

    Soy sauce                                    = 3/4 cup

    Garlic                                           = 8 cloves

    Pics to come.

    Happy smoken.

  2. dirtsailor2003

    dirtsailor2003 Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Pics to follow??? The title says QVIEW!!! I want pics!!!
  3. Deboned

    all sliced. most of the silver skin removed. Don't sweat it if you leave some. Fido LOVES it

    the dry ingreadents


    Now it is in the project fridge to cure.

    More to come.

    Happy smoken.


  4. That my friends is some tasty jerkey. It is very mild in the spicy catagory. Next batch I will spice up more.I have been using this recipe for many years with very good results.

    Happy smoken.

  5. snorkelinggirl

    snorkelinggirl Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Hi David,

    Looks yummy, thanks for sharing! I've got a deboned deer leg in the freezer that I was wondering what to do may have just answered that question!

    Have a great night!

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