This South African dried, cured meat is something special to the family and a much requested favourite at Christmastime. Use any marinade - just prepare enough to cover your meat. You will also need string and a warm place to hang your meat.
Thanks for sharing your recipe. I'm a big fan of biltong, but not sure if I could make my own regularly. Just not that patient enough. I usually just buy it as there aren't any biltong shortages here in the UK. It's like every South African and their grandma opened up a biltong shop online. I like the ones that don't put bad stuff in it. I like Isle of Wight Biltong, Just Eat Biltong and British Beef Jerky. Your recipe was very thorough and delicious! - 10 Dec 2012
Before I got to this website I got a recipe which must have been written by someone who has no idea what they are doing because there is far too much salt. It has now dried but is almost inedible, is there any way I can reduce the salt taste or is it now too late - 02 Feb 2018
The meat should be placed in the Biltong King dehydrator for 2-3 days. Available from creativehomeproducts.co.uk - 12 Feb 2013