Fall in love with maple flavor jerky, whether beef jerky or deer jerky. Add that sweet, woodsy taste to meat. You could also try making a batch of Teriyaki flavored jerky or use Cajun Style Jerky Mix. If you prefer a tangy barbecue flavor rather than heat from a spicy jerky, you should try BBQ Jerky Seasoning. The possibilities for different flavors of jerky are endless you just have to be brave enough to try something different—whether spicy or tangy.
Cut meat into stripes 1/4 to 3/8 inch thick. Put the meat, seasoning mix, worchester to taste, 1tsp tabasco if desired and 1 ouce pink cure for every 25 lb. of meat into a glass container and marinate overnight. Drape the strips on rack of oven w/ a drip pan. Set oven at 140 or lower for 6-8 hours.
Blended of Dextrose, Salt, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, 19.75% Sugar, Spices, Extractives of Onion, Garlic, and Spices, Sodium Erythorbate.