Andouille Jerky Seasoning 25pk.

Andouille Jerky Seasoning 25pk.
Item Number: AJ-25


$19.95


Availability: In Stock

Available Color/Flavor: Andouille

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$19.95
Color/Flavor/Size: Andouille, 25- Pack ($19.95)
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Description

Andouille Jerky Spice has the outstanding taste of Louisiana-style creole sausage. Turn your favorite meat into a delicious tasting treat to share with family and friends.

Can't decide? Want more choices? You can also try the Variety Pack! It includes an assortment of flavors, so you can choose a favorite! Just click on the Variety Pack on the menu bar on the left.

Make great tasting Beef Jerky or Venison Jerky at Home!

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Features
• Each 25 pack includes 25 Spice Seasoning packs of the same flavor. 25 Cures packs are also included.

Make homemade jerky?

Create superior flavor and texture over processed jerky!

Great tasting satisfying snack, or you could eat potato chips?

It is Great for watching the game!

Look after your health, it is a nutrient dense, high-protein food.

Pack as a Camping staple.

Jerky is the choice of many as a healthy, protein packed energy snack.

Make delicious beef jerky, venison jerky, poultry jerky or wild game jerky with Nesco jerky spices and jerky kits!
Customer Ratings and Reviews
3 Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5
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5 out of 5
JACK P
McKeesport, PA
BEST6 SUPPLIES EVER Jan. 15, 2016
I HAVE BEEN USING THESE PRODUCTS FOR YEARS =MANY MANY COMPLEMENTS
5 out of 5
Ryan B
Gillam, MB
Love this one May 30, 2013
I love mixing this with original. I dont use as much cure as the package says makes it less salty and alot more yummy.
4 out of 5
Mike G
North Prince George, VA
My favorite flavor Oct. 30, 2011
I've tried three flavors (this one, teriyaki and original) and this one gets the best comments from friends. Its spicey and flavorful. Have a drink near. There is a little heat to the flavoring but I also add a few drops of Habanero sauce per pound and some dried crushed red pepper flakes to up the heat. While directions call for one packet per pound, I've had best results using about 3/4 pound of meat per packet. Further, I do not use ground meat but 1/8" strips of lean London broil or nice venison cuts.

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