Best Food Dehydrator Jerky Recipes (Paleo Friendly too!) –

The best food dehydrator jerky can be a great on-the-go snack.  These two Paleo jerky recipes are my favorites because they do not have any added sugars or questionable ingredients that you can find in a lot of homemade beef jerky recipes.

Original Paleo Food Dehydrator Beef Jerky

Ingredients:

3 lb flank or skirt steak, as lean as you can find
1 cup coconut aminos  (this is the kind I love!)
4 cloves garlic (minced)
1 1/2 tsp black pepper
1 tsp salt
1 tsp paprika
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp chipotle powder
1/2 tsp garlic powder

Directions Using a Dehydrator:Dehydrator trays with jerky

  1. Freeze meat for about 2 hours until it is almost frozen but still able to be cut with a knife.
  2. Carefully slice meat into 1/8th inch think strips (try to be as even as possible)
  3. Mix the coconut aminos with the pepper and minced garlic in a bowl.
  4. Toss sliced steak with the coconut aminos mixture.
  5. Marinate jerky overnight (wait 24 hours if you can) in refrigerator.
  6. Lay strips of beef on the dehydrator sheets and sprinkle with remaining spices
  7. Cook according to the dehydrators instructions (usually approximately 145 degrees for 6-7 hours.)
  8. Closely monitor meat to make sure it looks done but it doesn’t dry out too much.
  9. If you didn’t keep the thickness consistent, some pieces may need to be removed before the rest is done.

This will product about 2-3 pounds of delicious jerky.

Paleo BBQ Beef Jerky:

Ingredients:

3 lb flank or skirt steak, as lean as you can find
1/4 cup olive oil
3/4 cup Paleo BBQ sauce
1/2 tsp garlic powder

Directions Using a Dehydrator:

  1. Freeze meat for about 2 hours until it is almost frozen but still able to be cut with a knife.
  2. Carefully slice meat into 1/8th inch think strips (try to be as even as possible)
  3. Mix the olive oil and BBQ sauce in a large bowl
  4. Fold in the meat until fully coated with the sauce
  5. Marinate jerky overnight in refrigerator.
  6. Lay strips of beef on the dehydrator trays and sprinkle with the garlic powder.  (You may want to use dehydrator sheets if you have them because this can get messy if you don’t!)
  7. Cook according to the dehydrators instructions (usually approximately 145 degrees for 6-7 hours.)
  8. If you didn’t keep a uniform thickness, some pieces may need to be removed before the rest is done so watch closely.

This will product about 2-3 pounds of yummy Paleo BBQ jerky.

Note:  Some people think it makes the best food dehydrator jerky if they add a little (like this all-natural one) to the marinade.  Try it both ways and see which dehydrator jerky recipe variation that you like best.

Enjoy the Best Food Dehydrator Jerky Recipes We Could Find! 🙂

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