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duck jerky

Postby boontize » Wed Oct 12, 2011 6:38 pm

duck jerky ? anyone made it ever or tried it ever
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Re: duck jerky

Postby ncbufflehead » Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:14 pm

boontize wrote:duck jerky ? anyone made it ever or tried it ever
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Re: duck jerky

Postby boontize » Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:16 pm

thanks
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Re: duck jerky

Postby btharp2624 » Thu Oct 13, 2011 8:02 am

Duck Jerky is delicious!

We get a lot of jerky made at our local meat market. They do a fantastic job! We even had jerky made out of snow goose and it was surprisingly really good!

I've never made it myself, but If it's made right it's fantastic.
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Re: duck jerky

Postby huntnteen » Fri Oct 21, 2011 2:38 pm

Its about all i do with the stuff! If you have a dehydrator this is easy, if not you can make it in your oven.

first off breast the birds, and soak the meat in salt water overnight, then slice them about 1/4" to 1/6" thick and put them in whatever marinade you want to use (I use terryaki) and let it soak for an hour, and then put them on your sheet for drying them and it is okay to let them touch, just not overlap. Stick them in the dehydrator at 175 F for 8-12 hours, depending on how crounchy you want it. You can put them in the oven at the same temp, you just may need to turn them.

Another recipe i do is instead of terryaki i lather them in bbq sauce, and then stick them in the dehydrator, this carmalizes the sauce and it tastes like candy. Also have recently started putting a little liquid smoke in with the marinade.

I find it best to dehydrate them all night, make it before i goto bed, and wake up to eat it on my way to school/work/hunt
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Re: duck jerky

Postby Jones co Ducker » Sun Oct 23, 2011 9:20 am

huntnteen wrote:Its about all i do with the stuff! If you have a dehydrator this is easy, if not you can make it in your oven.

first off breast the birds, and soak the meat in salt water overnight, then slice them about 1/4" to 1/6" thick and put them in whatever marinade you want to use (I use terryaki) and let it soak for an hour, and then put them on your sheet for drying them and it is okay to let them touch, just not overlap. Stick them in the dehydrator at 175 F for 8-12 hours, depending on how crounchy you want it. You can put them in the oven at the same temp, you just may need to turn them.

Another recipe i do is instead of terryaki i lather them in bbq sauce, and then stick them in the dehydrator, this carmalizes the sauce and it tastes like candy. Also have recently started putting a little liquid smoke in with the marinade.

I find it best to dehydrate them all night, make it before i goto bed, and wake up to eat it on my way to school/work/hunt


I dont think i want crunchy candy duck jerky
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Re: duck jerky

Postby huntnteen » Tue Oct 25, 2011 12:07 am

you'd be surprised how good it tastes.
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Re: duck jerky

Postby Jones co Ducker » Tue Oct 25, 2011 8:59 am

huntnteen wrote:you'd be surprised how good it tastes.



Ill try it
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Re: duck jerky

Postby kydog » Sat Oct 29, 2011 1:52 pm

Soak duck or goose breast in Allegro overnight and that's all you need and then put in dehydrator!!! It kicks butt !!!! The kids will eat all you will feed them!!!!
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Re: duck jerky

Postby JuniorPre 360 » Tue Nov 08, 2011 8:17 am

i jerky most of my ducks all year. i actually kind of like the mud taste they have to them so i don't soak them in salt water. i get teriaki, a little bit of katchup and brown sugar, and let them soak for a full 24 hours. then throw them in the dehydrator. simple but pretty good.
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