I googled home made jerky and put several recipes together.
I got roast beef and cut the fat off the bottom (used it to make stew with some of the roast) and I sliced it thin with electric knife.
I sprinkled a bit of cumin, and more black pepper, salt and garlic on it, a splash of vinegar, (apple cider, rice, balsamic, whatever), a splash of Worcestershire sauce and a splash of soy and a splash of hot mustard. And I had some "steak seasoning" and I put some of that in there. It's mostly pepper of different kinds.
mix all that up with your hands and let sit in zip lock bag or tuppaware overnight.
put oven on 200 and take the meat out and "jerk it" ie. give it a pull to stretch it. And then line cookie sheets with it, It takes four hours to dry. After two hours I turned it over. You can use any spices you like, I just threw in what sounded good from the recipes I read.
I have it in a ziplock bag and it is yummy. It says "non fatty meat" but I liked the price of the roast beef and it seemed to be the right amount.
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