Dehydrating Meat: Chicken, Beef, and Turkey
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Chicken | Roast Beef | Turkey
Dehydrating meat that is pre-cooked and pre-sliced makes this task easy – we have the
perfect way for dehydrating meat safely! Are you ready to make lots of great
stews and soups!?
Meats are the building block of proteins for the body, and it's so easy to have your own dehydrated meats on hand.
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Don't Forget to Dehydrate your Leftovers
Fastest and Easiest Way to Dehydrate Meat:
Use Pre-Cooked Meats!
Meats can be preserved by smoke, freeze-dried, or cured by salt.
we're all about the 'easy' here as in 'easy'-food-dehydrating!
So for example, when preparing chicken for the family dinner, put
some extra chicken in the cooking pot and save it to dehydrate later
Or as my brother says, "I'm saving it for Ron" – "late...R on" !!!
(I can hear ya groanin')
So let's get some cooked meat dehydrated NOW before inflation hits big time – and meat prices start escalating (even more than they already have ...)
It's EASY to Dehydrate Food with our 6 Simple Steps!
Use Stock To Add Flavor
Check out our "re-hydrating" page – and consider using chicken/beef stock when re-hydrating meat! Adds more flavor, that's for sure!
Dehydrate Your Leftovers!
Important: While vegetables re-hydrate very well,I cannot say the
same for meats.
You may experience a more chewy texture than you'd like
... but it's better than not having any meat available at all, that is,
unless you are a vegetarian.
Feel free to experiment with longer
re-hydrating times for less-chewy meat!
What's The Ideal Temperature for Dehydrating Meat?
Cooked meats are best dehydrated at 160°F – but please consult your food
dehydrator's owners manual for their specific instructions.
Preparation for Dehydrating Your Cooked Meats
Your meat is already cooked, so that's one step saved – so no further
preparation is necessary for dehydrating meat this way.
The best meats to use are choice cuts – the
tender cuts – so they won't be chewy or tough. The less fat on the
meat, the better as it's the fat in meat that causes the meat to go
Learn which beef cuts are best for dehydrating at TheMeatSource. This site has tons of great info. on how to cook meats properly!
Dehydrated meats are perfect to use in stews, soups, or in a Beef
Stroganoff for example. (Recipe link just below).
Make sure the meat pieces are SMALL so they
re-hydrate more evenly.
Vacuum sealed dehydrated cooked meats can last up to 2 to 3 weeks
at room temperature.
Try out this tasty Beef Stroganoff recipe from The Salty Marshmallow!
Store in Refrigerator or Freezer Until Ready to Use
To maintain the quality of dehydrated meats,
please refrigerate or store in the freezer until ready to use. Dehydrated meats will stay fresh for up to six months in the freezer –
without freezer burn!
Check out some of our recipes like Beef Stew, Chicken Soups, and much more!
Great Tips From Easy Food Dehydrating Visitors:
One of our site visitors, Paul Bee, wants to add this:
Get Lean Roast Beef, 1/16" thick!
to the deli counter and get lean roast beef, turkey, or chicken and
have them slice it about 1/16 inch thick. When you get home, slice it
into strips and dehydrate. I use it for a quick snack or when camping.
As mentioned by Susan, freeze it until you are ready to use within the
time limit. Vacuum sealing keeps moisture from getting to the jerky."
– Thanks, Paul, for writing in!
Sarah in Australia wanted us to know this about canned chicken:
Get Low-Fat Canned Chicken
"I do a lot of dehydrating
for long hiking trips, and have found that the canned chicken (that
looks like canned tuna) in the supermarket (yes sounds gross) is the
only chicken I've been able to dehydrate that re-hydrates exactly like
it was prior. Taste and texture on re-hydration is perfect for chicken,
just remember to buy the low fat canned chicken".
Hi Sarah - that's really great to know! I actually have been known to use the 'canned chicken' in soups and chicken salad! :-) And yes, the low-fat stops rancidity when storing "long-term". Thanks so much for posting!
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Use pre-cooked, pre-sliced Roast Beef next time you dehydrate meat!
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