Testing A New Dehydrator With Pepper Garlic Jerky Seasoning
Testing out our NEW Weston 9in Meat Slicer and Weston 10 Tray Digital Dehydrator
Now, we’ve got the dehydrator set to 155F and we’re just waiting for things to finish.
I haven’t tried our Pepper and Garlic Jerky Seasoning yet, but by the smell, I’m already dying to taste it and it is sure to be fantastic!
For a small kitchen slicer, the Weston 9in Slicer works really well! It’s a nice a small unit but easy to use, slices really well, and cleanup was easy. It’s a great small unit to keep around in the kitchen. We also sliced some bread and cheese on it and I was quite impressed at how well it sliced. Keep an eye out for the full video review from WaltonsTV coming soon!
Getting ready for a new video and slicing on the new Weston 9in Meat Slicer
Jerky meat is sliced, marinated, and ready to go in the dehydrator
Weston 10 Tray Digital Dehydrator is loaded up with 10lb of jerky and ready to go
The jerky finished and it turned out awesome! I’m so glad I tried the Pepper and Garlic seasoning!
I left the dehydrator set at 155 for what ended up being just shy of 12 hours, to reach the level of consistency and dryness I like.
I also did need to rotate the trays a couple times, just to keep it cooking as evenly as possible.
For anyone else out there making jerky at home in an oven and/or a dehydrator, I’d really recommend using some Hickory Smoke Powder. I normally don’t use it since I normally smoke jerky in one of our smokehouses, but since I didn’t add any natural smoke, I added the hickory smoke powder to try and imitate the smoke flavor and it worked out beautifully. Definitely tastes like I had actually smoked it!
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@Austin do you sell replacement trays for this Dehydrator?
@SamOller Currently, I don’t have any extra trays, but I think that I probably could get them. Are you just asking out of curiosity, or do you need extra trays?
I’ll have to contact our vendor and see what we can do…
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@Austin I have a Dehydrator that needs trays, and these look like the same ones.
If it held together in a patty and crumbled apart after cooking, could be as simple as it being overcooked. Venison cooks up rather quickly and is pretty dry but sounds like you added enough fat. Keep an eye on the internal temp with a thermometer for a patty or two and see if that makes a difference.
@lamurscrappy thank you