What I love about making jerky for the dogs is that it’s as simple as slicing the meat, placing it in the dehydrator and plugging it up. No rubs or seasoning needed (or recommended).
Chicken Jerky Recipe:
Cut slices about 1/2 inches thick. One chicken breast yields about 5-7 slices.
Set your dehydrator to 160 degrees or on the highest setting.
Dehydrate for 4-8 hours. Adjust cooking time according to how thick your slices are.
These tend to get extra crunchy so I prefer to cook them for about 4-5 hours to keep them on the softer and chewy side.
This jerky keeps for several months (about 4-6) in the freezer and can also be refrigerated for several weeks or left out in a cookie jar. If you do plan on keeping them in a jar on the counter dehydrate longer so they’ll keep for a longer period of time.
Recommended: Nesco Snackmaster Pro Food Dehydrator FD-75A