Ingredients

How to make it

  • Pound steak on both sided with mallet and cut into 1/2 inch strips
  • Combine marinade ingredients and marinate beef strips overnight. Place beef on rack in shallow roasting pan and bake at 150 degrees to dry about 4 hours. The timing is dependent on the thickness of your beef slices. You want to be able to bend it slightly and easily. You can actually use any type of inexpensive beef. I always make LARGE batches of this since the family can't get enough of it. So that being said....mix the ingredients to your taste. Play with it and have fun in the process!!

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    " It was just okay "
    yepitis ate it and said...
    Since I've never tried pipikaula before, I'm not sure how what I made would measure up to the real thing. I found this recipe uninspired for flavour. First, I would have thought with the Soya Sauce there would have been enough salt in the mix. After this though, I'm thinking the beef needed a bit of a salt hit, not to get it saltier, but to bring out more beef flavour at the start. Next, I was worried it could be pretty spicy, maybe too hot for us, given the ginger and all the red pepper components. Not so at all, I found it pretty tame in the heat department. If I ever made this again, I think I'd treat the ginger the same way as the garlic and thus get some ginger bits directly on the meat. As it was, I followed the recipe and ended up with "thumbs" of smashed ginger. Which I didn't throw out, I dried them just like the beef. A few nibbles of those ginger bits will certainly wake your taste buds up.
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  • zoe808 2 years ago
    am going to try this recipe and would love to send some to the mainland to my brother who loves it and used to get it packaged at long (they don't sell it any more) does any one know how or if it can be sent to someone with out spoiling if its a type of jerkey maybe it wouldn't spoil.Need so input
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  • suki 3 years ago
    I marinated the beef last night and its now in the oven (1 more hour to go). Its lookin' and smellin' gooood! Thanks for sharing this recipe! Once my old-man and family tries it, I'll post their comments. :)
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    " It was excellent "
    cookingfromthehip ate it and said...
    I haven't had pipikaula in like FOREVER,lol... I cant wait to try this one... Mahalo for sharing... Aloha, Jess
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    " It was excellent "
    annieamie ate it and said...
    An excellent recipe! Thank you for posting this one. I haven't made this in a long time!
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    " It was excellent "
    greekgirrrl ate it and said...
    perfect!!
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  • maulihiwa56 6 years ago
    Don't forget to serve with poi!:)
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  • haolewife 6 years ago
    Can't wait to try! I love this and was so sad that I can't get it here:-( Thanks!
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    " It was excellent "
    raelene1951 ate it and said...
    Again, a really really really great recipe!
    Thank you,
    Sister!
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  • arstielady 6 years ago
    Finally, a picture to go with the recipe!!!! My family likes the jerky on the thick side so it is full of flavor and chewy. Of course if you're going to make this much you will have to increase the ingredients. Me???? I just pour and add the ingredients to taste so I suggest you do the same. Make sure you marinade at least for 2 days in the fridge turning every half day. This way all the beef gets a good soak!!!
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  • ylokos 6 years ago
    Hey how you make dis one so eezy! Dis one too good to not make fo da nex family luau! Thanks a lot!
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  • brandyprz 6 years ago
    My husband is going to LOVE this recipe. Thank you very much!
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    " It was excellent "
    rml ate it and said...
    I have a similar recipe. I love the addition of sugar and the hot pepper. I've just been using pepper flakes. I have a smoker and a dehydrator. Your recipe has motivated me to make a batch. Thanks!
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  • zena824 6 years ago
    Yummers.... this is awesome....I like this for sure....
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  • arstielady 6 years ago
    Thanks Invisiblechef!! In Hawaii we had drying boxes. wood framed and enclosed with a wire mesh you would pick up at a home improvement store. This would keep flies and other bugs out. You would place the beef in the dry box and hang outside in the great warm weather. Of course this process took days but mmmmmm, I can taste it now
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  • invisiblechef 6 years ago
    I actually have a smoker, I mostly smoke salmon but this is something my husband would love to take to work with him, I've printed it out.

    Thanks so much.
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