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Red Chile Teriyaki Beef Jerky

Traditional carne seca hand-made in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Red Chile Teriyaki Beef Jerky

Note: Contains gluten, fructose, and soy.

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Regular price $40.00 Sale price $8.00 per bag

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Far East Flavor Meets Southwest Spice

We combine an authentic teriyaki marinade with spicy red chiles grown in the Hatch Valley of southern New Mexico to give your mouth a flavorful kick!

Red Chile Teriyaki Carne Seca

We've Been Hand-Crafting Jerky for Over 30 Years

Each batch of red chile teriyaki beef jerky is made from lean, grass-fed beef that is carefully slow-dried in ovens engineered & built by owner/operator Matthew Chavez. This proprietary process creates a crisper, tastier beef jerky that's lightweight and doesn't require refrigeration.

Superior Ingredients for Intense Flavor

Our red chile teriyaki beef jerky a high-protein, low-fat snack that's low in net carbs.

  • Grass-fed beef
  • Purified water
  • Hatch red chile
  • Naturally-brewed soy sauce (water, wheat, soybeans, salt)
  • Wine
  • High fructose corn syrup
  • Vinegar
  • Salt
  • Spices
  • Onion powder
  • Succinic acid
  • Garlic powder
  • Sodium benzoate (Less than 0.001% as a preservative)

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We offer a 100% money-back guarantee on every bag of jerky sold. If you're not completely satisfied with your purchase for any reason, contact us for a full refund.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is New Mexico beef jerky?

Traditional carne seca, also known as New Mexico beef jerky, is a light, crispy meat-based snack with a different taste and texture than the greasy beef sticks often sold in grocery stores. Our beef jerky is thinly sliced and fully dehydrated, giving it a crisp snap when you bite into it. It is not soft and chewy like commercial brands.

How is beef jerky made?

We start with USDA Choice top round beef that gets trimmed by hand and thinly-sliced using a deli-style meat slicer. The slices are arranged in stainless steel trays and spices are applied to both sides of the beef to ensure consistent flavoring in each bite. The trays are then placed in our own custom-made ovens and cooked at low temperature to slowly draw out moisture, replicating the traditional sun-dried method of making New Mexico beef jerky (carne seca). The result is a thin, crispy, flavorful snack that can be enjoyed anywhere!

How long does beef jerky last?

Old Santa Fe Trail Beef Jerky is fully dehydrated and sealed in air-tight packaging, extending its official shelf life to 8 months after packing. While properly-stored jerky may stay fresh for much longer, we recommend eating it before the expiration date printed on the back of each bag.

Does beef jerky contain nitrates, nitrites, or other preservatives?

All of our beef jerky is free of added nitrates and nitrites; however, our Red Chile Teryiaki flavor does contain trace amounts (0.001%) of sodium benzoate as a preservative.