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The Best Tailgating Cajun Beef Jerky Recipe~!

The Best Tailgating Cajun Beef Jerky Recipe~!

I like doing this in my smoker outside. If you do it in a wood or charcoal smoker keep the temp. between 200 to 225. No higher. I soak my wood chips for at least 12 hours. 24 hours is better. I will use at least 3-4 cups of wood chips. I like flavored wood chips & I will soak my chips in a variety of items. All depending on the additional flavor I am wanting. From pineapple juice to bourbon whiskey. Give bourbon whiskey a shot in soaking your wood chips sometimes. You will love the taste of the jerky. Today however I am doing this in our oven. Cook’n With ObamaStein: You may use just about any kind of beef to make this recipe. I normally use Top Sirloin steak. If you really want to make it special – try using a good “Rib Eye Steak”, ummm – that is really fantastic tasting. If you do use a rib eye first cook it on the grill like you normally would. Then follow the instructions to make the spicy beef jerky. Since the steak has already been cooked on the grill – you only need to smoke the jerky in your oven for an hour or so on very low heat. About 200 degrees. Next time you do rib eyes on the grill save one or two to make jerky out of them. INGREDIENTS: 1 pound of steak, trimmed and cut into thin strips. Then cut into bite size pieces. 1/2 Cup of Worcestershire Sauce 1/2 Cup of Soy Sauce 1/4 Cup of Brown Sugar 4 Cloves of garlic – diced or (4-5) teaspoons of garlic powder. 2 Teaspoons of dried ground cayenne pepper 2 Teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper. 1 Teaspoon of

The Best Southern Cajun Beef Jerky Recipe~!

The Best Southern Cajun Beef Jerky Recipe~!

Cook’n With ObamaStein: You may use just about any kind of beef to make this recipe. I normally use Top Sirloin steak. If you really want to make it special – try using a good “Rib Eye Steak”, ummm – that is really fantastic tasting. If you do use a rib eye first cook it on the grill like you normally would. Then follow the instructions to make the spicy beef jerky. Since the steak has already been cooked on the grill – you only need to smoke the jerky in your oven for an hour or so on very low heat. About 200 degrees. Next time you do rib eyes on the grill save one or two to make jerky out of them. INGREDIENTS: 1 pound of steak, trimmed and cut into thin strips. Then cut into bite size pieces. 1/2 Cup of Worcestershire Sauce 1/2 Cup of Soy Sauce 1/4 Cup of Brown Sugar 4 Cloves of garlic – diced or (4-5) teaspoons of garlic powder. 2 Teaspoons of dried ground cayenne pepper 2 Teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper. 1 Teaspoon of onion powder DIRECTIONS: Combine all ingredients except the (meat) in a sealed plastic bowl & mix well. Add steak and marinate for up to 24 hours in the refrigerator. The longer you marinate the spicier the beef will be. If you are going to use your outdoor smoker then smoke the beef for about 3-4 hours at about 150 degrees. Remove the meat from your marinade and lay it out on a sheet of foil. Spread the meat evenly. Place the meat in the smoker until the surface of the meat begins to blacken. You may want to add a little more of your marinated on

Best Damn Homemade Stuff Crust Pizza, Yummy On My Tummy~!


Best Damn Homemade Stuff Crust Pizza, Yummy On My Tummy~!(video) \ Bak’n With ObamaStein: I play poker with a bunch of retired navy guys & a couple ladies. One weekend when I was hosting the poker game I decided to make my own homemade pizza from scratch. We all woul

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My Beef Wellington “Cajun Blackened Style” Home Made Easy Recipe.


My Beef Wellington (video) \ Take 2 – 1/2 pounds beef tenderloin is the normal meat. I like substitute a good cut of (boneless “rib eye steak”) for my Cajun Blackened Beef Wellington. I would use at least a 2/3 or 1 Inch cut of m

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