Easy, yummy and nutritious snack!
Put the steak strips in a bowl and marinated them (covered and in the fridge) for about 3 hours in the following mixture:
A few shakes of soy sauce
Another few shakes of Worchestershire sauce
A little bit of Jack Daniels Steak Sauce
About 2 teaspoons of minced garlic
Several sprinkles of ground mustard
Several sprinkles of dried parsley
Several sprinkles of dried tarragon leaves
A can of diced tomatoes ( would use tomato sauce instead if you have some)
Once they finish marinating lay them on the dehydrator sheet and set the fan for 155 degrees.
They were ready after about 6-7 hours and they taste GREAT!
Recipe from www.survivingthestores.com
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1/4 cup milk
1 tbsp whipping cream
3/4 cup Lucky Charms Cereal + extra for sprinkling on top
1/4 cup rainbow sprinkles + extra for sprinkling on top
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So pretty and really easy to make!
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