Twisted Teriyaki Turkey Jerky Recipe


  • 2 tsp. of spice powder
  • 1/4 c. of rice wine OR semi-dry sherry
  • 1/2 c. brown sugar
  • 1 c. of soy sauce
  • 2 Tb. minced garlic
  • 3 Tb. chopped green onion
  • 3 Tb. of fresh minced ginger


  1. Combine all ingredients together and heat on low until the sugar is completely dissolved.
  2. Once cool, marinate your meat, cover and place in the fridge for up to 4 hours. If you’re doing shrimp, you only have to allow about 30 minutes.
  3. Dehydrate accordingly to dehydrator instructions. Enjoy!

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8 Responses »

  1. by Deb

    This recipes sounds so good, I have everything here except the dry- sherry and Im off to the store to get it, it sounds so easy to make. It looks so good.
    Thanks Deb

  2. by Nini

    This does sound good. Off to the store. I will post and tell yall how it turned out.


  3. by george

    what is spice powder?

  4. by Tricia

    Deb, Nini, George — I must affectionately tell you that you all are so funny. I came to read comments about this recipe (i.e. if anybody has made it and their comments), and all I found was you three who thought the recipe LOOKED great, but you haven’t provided any results. So….um….where are your comments? Did you try it? Was this recipe as wonderful as it sounds?

    I just bought my first dehydrator and am about to venture into the great, yummy world of jerky, and I’m going to try this recipe first. For anybody else out there looking for a true testamentary, I promise to bookmark this page and get back to you with my comments and results (LOL!)

    As for Deb, Nini and George, I’d love to hear about your experiences with this recipe. How did it come out for you? I’d really like to know and will be checking back periodically between now and the time I actually get to try the recipe.


    P.S. George, I’m not sure about “spice powder,” but it might be “Allspice.” I’ve never heard of just “spice powder.”

  5. by ML

    It might be Chinese 5 spice powder-available in most groceries.

  6. by Todd

    Fantastic Recipe! I’m glad to report to the above posters that it turned out great! I used wild turkey, marinated as directed (assuming, like ML, that the spice was Chinese 5 Spice), and smoked it on a Traeger grill-though I’ve made jerky on a dehydrator and I’m sure it’d be great.
    It was the perfect balance of sweet, salty, and tanginess from the ginger and 5-spice. I bookmarked it and will make it next time I get a turkey! Definitely recommended!

  7. by flo lord

    for how much meat does the marinade suffice?

  8. by Dave L

    This is a really good Teriyaki receipe, exceeded my expectations. I did not use the spice powder because I wasnt able to find it and not sure what spice this really is. I substituted cayenne pepper instead for a lil kick.
    I used eye round steak sliced 1/4 thick and wow did this turn out delicious.
    Thank you for a wonderful site and thank you all who post info for the rest of us.

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