Jack Link's Original Beef Jerky copycat recipe by Todd Wilbur

Ratings and Reviews of Jack Link's Original Beef Jerky

Score: 5.00 (votes: 5)
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Dec 12, 2021, 21:49
Made this a few days ago, Awesome taste. I used my dehydrator set for 160.f / 71.c 7 to 8 hours and turned out great. The meat I used was a 2 pound vacuumed packed raw corned beef = just under 1 kg here in Australia and that marinade was good for 2 pound or 1 kg of meat, it was enough to just cover, And when done has that red color as if it was done in a smoker. Making more this weekend. I used to make my jerky with Todd's honey BBQ chicken wing sauce, but I like this one better. And it was all gone in one day! CHEERS FROM DOWN UNDER
Gary Adler
Nov 26, 2021, 17:48
I’ve never used this website before so I was a bit cynical about it… Nonetheless I love this jerky and it’s very expensive down here in Australia. Thought I’d give it a try – wow it is absolutely spot on! And even better when it’s fresh and you use higher quality meat than the Jack Links product! Well done!
Shirley Runyon
Jun 30, 2021, 21:04
Holey moley!!!! Jack Link's is my favorite convenience store jerky, but I never thought it was "all that" or anything. BUT MAKING IT FRESH IS SO AMAZING!!! I substituted Bragg's Aminos for the soy sauce, so without all the salt it was slightly sweeter, which I liked more than I thought I would. Adding black pepper next time, and then the time after that, teriyaki sauce instead of soy! I've been following TSR since it was an email newsletter, and I don't think I've ever had a recipe make me so happy, lol.
Tyler Rosenquist
Jun 20, 2021, 07:37
Did this with Moose--unbelievable, and then we took the marinade and used it for BBQ chicken the next day.
Zachary Schuette
Jun 7, 2021, 16:35
I used top round instead of flank, but the jerky is absolutely phenomenal!