I'm really excited about this post because I've always wanted to make biltong while I was in South Africa.
The recipe below is really simple and just about anyone can make it. I've included the steps below and the recipe details.
Hope you enjoy making the biltong as much as I did.
Step 1. Pour and mix the vinegar and the Worcestershire in bowel
Step 2. Mix the spices together
Step 3. Pour the brine over the meat
Step 4. Roll the meat so it mixes well with the brine
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Step 5. Add and rub the mixed spices into the meat and reserve a handful of spices for later
Step 6: Let the meat rest in the spice for at least 4 hours or up to 2 days in the fridge
Step 7. Remove the meat from the fridge and add some more spices :)
Step 8: Place the meat in food hydrator and leave for 4 days
Step 9: Enjoy your homemade biltong with family and friends
Tools in the video
The Melleware food hydrator is used in the above vidoe, you can check it out here Food Hydrytor
1.2 KG of good quality meat - Silverside or Top Sided Beef
- 60 ml brown vinegar
- 45 ml Worcestershire sauce
- 125 ml Coriander seeds, toasted and coarse
- 45 ml semi coarse sea salt
- 45 ml brown sugar
- 60 ml BBQ spice
- 5 ml ground black pepper
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Here is the link to the recipe and more expert tips. How To Make Biltong
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