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    Dried minced meat strips

    500 grams of minced beef – 40 grams of tomato ketchup – 10 ml of green (less salty) soy sauce – 7 grams of nitrite salt ( 0,6% ) – 9 ml of maple syrup – 3 grams of garlic powder – 3 grams of onion powder – 3 grams of smoked paprika

    first mix all herbs, salt and ketchup and then add the minced meat and mix well, spray everything with a syringe into strips on the grid and then dry everything for 6-7 hours at 70 degrees Celsius
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    Looks good, we call that beef jerky here, I make something similar with ground venison meat. I have a jerky shooter kit and I smoke mine in the Traeger. My strips did not extrude as nice as yours.

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    • bbqLuv
      bbqLuv commented
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      If you use venison it is not beef jerky, now is it? 😛

    Dang, that sounds gooooood!



      When my strips are ready they look like this, see photo.

      By the way, I also have a Treager, didn't know it could be used on this too, thought the temperature would be too high, because I do it in the Vita5 Food dryer, but i missed the smoke flavor now, next time i want to add liquid smoke.

      In this picture, I have 2 of the bowls with different spices and 1 cup of natural for the dog
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        Good show, makin special ones fer yer dog!



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