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How to make beef jerky ( biltong) south african style

Make Beef Jerky ( Biltong) South African Style

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INGREDIENTS
Go Down to your Local butchers and get so beef i like to use rump ,get him/her to cut it for you against the grain and leave the fat on (you can take it of later) It adds to the flavor of the taste

Go Down to your Local butchers and get so beef i like to use rump ,get him/her to cut it for you against the grain and leave the fat on (you can take it of later) It adds to the flavor of the taste

Get your beef home and let it sit for about an hour

Get your beef home and let it sit for about an hour

Now now sprinkle a little  rock salt in a glass or plastic dish then layer your beef putting rock salt between every layer less here is more as it will sit for an hour

Now now sprinkle a little rock salt in a glass or plastic dish then layer your beef putting rock salt between every layer less here is more as it will sit for an hour

While you wait get your spices ready ,starting with hole coriander seeds 15g

While you wait get your spices ready ,starting with hole coriander seeds 15g

I like to use a coffee Grinder to grind my spices so it's up to you how you want to grind yours

I like to use a coffee Grinder to grind my spices so it's up to you how you want to grind yours

After you've grounded it

After you've grounded it

The next one is your mixed pepper

The next one is your mixed pepper

Grind it to 5-10g depending on your taste

Grind it to 5-10g depending on your taste

I like to use salt flakes for this part rock salt works just as well  +/- 25g

I like to use salt flakes for this part rock salt works just as well +/- 25g

Get some sugar 2-4g

Get some sugar 2-4g

Any spices you like +/- 25g

Any spices you like +/- 25g

Mix it all together you can always save what you don't use till next time

Mix it all together you can always save what you don't use till next time

You can see the rock salt drawing out the moisture

You can see the rock salt drawing out the moisture

Get your meat bath ready take 25 lm of Worcester sauce

Get your meat bath ready take 25 lm of Worcester sauce

25 ml

25 ml

500 ml of brown vinegar

500 ml of brown vinegar

250ml of warm water

250ml of warm water

I use this air dryer it works great and can get them on eBay for cheap

I use this air dryer it works great and can get them on eBay for cheap

Mix the meat bath together

Mix the meat bath together

Scrape of the salt

Scrape of the salt

Dip you meat in the meat bath

Dip you meat in the meat bath

Sprinkle on your spices again less is more press it in to the meat

Sprinkle on your spices again less is more press it in to the meat

Cut some of your beef in to strips and make use different spices , garlic , chilly , curry powder, any thing you like but sprinkle only

Cut some of your beef in to strips and make use different spices , garlic , chilly , curry powder, any thing you like but sprinkle only

Place in your dryer

Place in your dryer

Make sure you have spaces between the meat for the air flow

Make sure you have spaces between the meat for the air flow

The next morning turn your meat

The next morning turn your meat

Starting to look good

Starting to look good

After 24 hours I like mine wet and fatty leave longer to get it dryer taste some every day till you think it dry enough for your taste , keep sealed in the fridge and enjoy with a beer

  • 5kgs of rump steak
  • 300g of rock salt
  • 50g of mix colour hole pepper
  • 25g hole coriander
  • 4g suger
  • 1/2 liter of brow vinegar
  • 25ml of Worcestershire sauce
  • 50g All purpose seasoning
  • 250ml of water