My Biltong Beef Jerky Recipe


  • 1/4 c. of Worcestershire
  • 1/4 c. of soy sauce
  • 1 c. of salt
  • 2 oz. of brown sugar
  • black pepper
  • chili spices or hot pepper flakes


  1. Cut  strips 2″ wide & 1″ thick.
  2. Rub in salt with hand and let sit overnight. Dip a cloth in vinegar, wring dry and whip the meat.
  3. You can either dehydrate the meat or hang the meat in a well ventilated and dry area or place in the oven on foil on the lowest temp. with the door propped open til jerky is pliable or to your liking. Enjoy!

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5 Responses »

  1. by Max

    has anyone tried this yet. south africa has really good biltong, but it’s not necessarily jerky, they cure it in pigs blood. if this tastes like real biltong though, i would definitely like to try it.

  2. by Keith

    Never ever heard of Biltong being cured in pig’s blood! The origin of Biltong came from our forefathers who never had fridges/freezers and so after a hunt or slaughter they had to find ways to preserve what they couldn’t gobble up over dinner and so whaaalah biltong!! (Originates from an Old World recipe of dried meat and adapted to local conditions along with the availability of spices & preservatives). No Pig blood involved! Cheers.

  3. by Ian

    Ony leave in salt for 1 hour, tipping out blood evry 20 mins. Then wash salt off with vinigar, spice and marinate over night. Salt for more than an hour and it will be too salty

  4. by Ken

    This may be a decent jerky recipe, but it doesn’t even remotely resemble biltong. Aside from the preperation, biltong MUST contain coriander as the key seasoning. When I make jerky, I almost always use plenty of toasted and crushed coriander. I was inspired to do this due to biltong. My jerky isn’t biltong, either, but it’s closer than this, if only because of the coriander.

  5. by Brad

    Like anything else, there are variations and no one “Definitive” biltong.

    Just like Jerky, which was dried meat, the addition of salt came later, then spices….
    Heck, NOW they even tell you to COOK it!
    That is NOT Jerky.

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