Jerky sauce recipe

If you're a fan of homemade style beef jerky, then you know that one of the key ingredients to any great jerky recipe is the sauce. The right jerky sauce can add depth of flavor, a hint of spice, and help to preserve the meat while it dries. At Moses Family Jerky, we've been perfecting our jerky sauce recipe for years, and we're excited to share it with you today.

First, let's start with the basics. A good jerky sauce should have a balance of sweet and savory flavors, with a little bit of heat to kick things up a notch. We recommend using a combination of soy sauce, brown sugar, and apple cider vinegar as the base for your sauce. These ingredients provide a depth of flavor that pairs well with the beef, and help to tenderize the meat as it marinates.

To give your jerky sauce a little extra kick, we recommend adding in some spicy ingredients like cayenne pepper, chili flakes, or hot sauce. These will give your jerky a nice bit of heat, without overpowering the overall flavor. Just be sure to adjust the amount of heat to your personal preference – you don't want to burn your tongue off with too much spice!

Once you've got your base ingredients mixed together, it's time to add in some additional flavor enhancers. Garlic, ginger, and onion are all great choices for adding depth of flavor to your jerky sauce. You can also experiment with adding in different herbs and spices, like rosemary or thyme, to give your jerky a unique twist.

Finally, it's important to remember that the key to great jerky is patience. After you've mixed together your jerky sauce, it's important to let it marinate for at least a few hours (or even overnight) to allow the flavors to fully develop. This will help to ensure that your jerky has a deep, rich flavor that will make it the star of any snack spread.

So there you have it – our secret jerky sauce recipe. We hope you give it a try, and be sure to check out our website at to try our great homemade style beef jerky. Happy snacking!

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