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Chilli Biltong (High Protein Air Dried Beef Snack): Min-250g

£11.50

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We can assure you of the highest quality when it comes to our chilli biltong, please visit our Facebook page and read our reviews and see why everyone loves our product.

Whether you are on a keto diet or you love having some biltong when you watch the rugby we are certain you will come back for more.

We also received a 5 Star Food hygiene rating in our last audit and you can visit the Food Standards Agency website for more info.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

Biltong is produced from different types of meat, which is air-dried, and originated in South Africa.

Like jerky, both are spiced and dried meats but because of the different methods used the taste will differ.

Even though biltong is relatively new, South African’s have been making biltong as a means to preserve meat for hundreds of years.

Because biltong is high in protein and has a low carb content it is good for a variety of diets.

Biltong is so popular partly due to its much more favorable nutrient composition compared to many other common snack foods, such as potato chips, cookies, and crackers.

Dried beef also serves as a good source of several other essential nutrients, including magnesium, potassium, and B vitamins

Please leave us a note on checkout if you like it lean or with a bit of fat. Whole biltong pieces are available on request.

  • We send overnight if your order is in before 11 am. Overnight Postage: Mon – Thu. Please make sure someone is home
  • You can also arrange for a pickup after hours we will do our best to accommodate you.

Phone or Whatsapp Mary on 07427602077 if you need more information on a product or if you want to discuss your order or have any special requests.

Ingredients: Prime Beef, Cider Vinegar, Flavouring, Coriander, Salt, Sucrose, Black Pepper, Preservative, Potassium Sorbate

Store in a cool dry environment out of direct sunlight. Once opened consume within 24 hours

We make the best biltong you have tasted

Please leave us a note on checkout if you like it lean or with a bit of fat. Whole biltong pieces are available on request.

  • We send overnight if your order is in before 11 am. Overnight Postage: Mon – Thu. Please make sure someone is home
  • You can also arrange for a pickup after hours we will do our best to accommodate you.

Phone or Whatsapp Mary on 07427602077 if you need more information on a product or if you want to discuss your order or have any special requests.

Ingredients: Prime Beef, Cider Vinegar, Coriander, Black Pepper and Flavouring

What is the difference between beef jerky and biltong?

Biltong is marinated, spiced and air dried while jerky is usually cooked at a very low temperature.

What is biltong made of?

Originally biltong is made using prime beef silverside that is spiced marinated and air dried. You can also use types cuts of meat like springbok, kudu and different types of venison.

What temperature should biltong be dried at?

It depends on the humidity. Industrial dryers usually dry biltong at temperatures between 25–30 °C. In conditions that are not humid biltong can be dried at room temperature in a biltong dryer. In very humid conditions use a biltong dryer that can fit a 50 watt light bulb to help with the humidity and prevent mould.

How do you know when biltong is ready?

The biltong will be quite hard on the outside and the longer you dry it will determine the wetness on the inside. Some people like wet biltong and others prefer it dry.

Can you make biltong without vinegar?

When you make biltong with out vinegar it is important to ensure that you have ade

Can biltong make you sick?

When you make biltong without vinegar it is important to ensure that you have adequate ventilation and air flow in your biltong case and that no pieces touch each other. You can also use Worcestershire sauce as an alternative.

Is biltong good for you or not?

Overall biltong is one of the healthiest and nutritious snacks you can eat. Because there are so many recipes to make biltong, it is important to make sure that no ingredients are used that you might be allergic to.

Can you eat too much biltong?

The quantities in which people eat biltong will vary from person to person. Overall, it is relatively safe to eat large quantities but like most things in life it is best when used in moderation.

What are the side effects of eating beef?

It will vary from person to person and it also depends on what ingredients have been used to make your biltong. Research suggests that a higher intake of processed and cured red meats may lead to an increased risk of certain cancers

Why does biltong go white?

In most cases the small little white spots that you see on biltong is the little pieces of salt trying to hydrate because of the humidity. If it bothers you dip a cloth in vinegar and gently wipe the affected area.

Can babies eat biltong?

Babies cannot actually eat biltong but South African parents have given babies that are teething a piece of biltong to chew on. Be careful that no piece can break of that might harm the baby.

Can biltong spoil?

Biltong will never go bad because of the way it is cured but it needs to be stores in a dry place and must be able to breathe or it will form mould. Use a brown paper bag or to help prevent mould you can add some food grade silica bags.

Can you freeze wet biltong?

You can freeze biltong but it will have an effect on the taste. When you vacuum seal and freeze biltong you will notice that it taste more salty. Try wrapping the biltong in a brown paper bag to help decrease this effect.

Is biltong allowed on Banting?

Biltong is the perfect snack for banting however some recipes do use brown sugar as well as Worcestershire sauce that contains sugar. Sugar is a big no if you are on a banting diet so always read the label or ask your supplier if you are not sure.

Is homemade biltong cheaper?

Because of the weight loss in the final product as well as the long drying time when you make biltong it is considered an expensive item. Making your own biltong at home can cost you 50% less than buying somewhere else.
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