- 2 Tb. brown sugar
- 2 Tb. Worcestershire
- 2/3 c. ketchup
- BBQ 3000 Seasoning
- 1 lb. beef (or any meat type)
- If you’d like, freeze your meat for half an hour prior to cutting to make this task a lil easier. Slice your meat into strips about 1/4″ thick and slice up your garlic and onion as well.
- Go ahead and sprinkle on your salt, pepper, and BBQ 3000, heavy on the BBQ seasoning! Now, add as much Worcestershire sauce and brown sugar as you’d like. However, keep in mind that we are going for a BBQ flavor so, the BBQ Seasoning will be used more than any other ingredient and the others are just there to add a little bit of sweetness.
- Now decide which cooking method you want to use. Which ever one you choose, set it on the lowest temp. and lay out your meat strips without touching or overlapping one another. If you’re using the oven, keep the door propped open for ventilation and if you’re using a smoker, you might want to use non-seasoned chips to lock in that BBQ taste you’ll get with the BBQ 3000. Which ever method you decide to use, the length of time you dry your meat out is up to you so check it periodically. Typically jerky is dried out anywhere from 6-20 hours. Enjoy!
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