Quick Biltong
So, it is Wednesday and you are on your way home from work. You remember that the guys are coming over to your place on Saturday to watch sport on the box, and you decide to treat them with some homemade Biltong. You pop in at your local butcher for some good quality fresh meat, Silverside (London Broil), Topside, Steak or such, now:
  • 2kg good quality meat
  • Biltong spices
  1. Slice the meat into suitable strips, making sure that there some thin strips for those who like their Biltong a bit dry.
  2. Place the meat in a tray.
  3. Sprinkle 80 grams of dry Biltong spice (available from “Biltongmakers”) evenly over all sides off the meat.
  4. Protect the meat against flies and leave for 3-4 hours.
  5. Dry the meat with some paper towels and hang in the Biltong Maker (or a dry, drafty area).
Recipe Notes

In the biltong maker it will take 2-3 days to dry.
Under the rafters it will take a bit longer and watch out for flies!