Snapping Tours Crocodile Jerky
- Code produit: Jerky
If you love the taste of jerky and need some now, well you have come to the right place. We will be selling locally crafted jerky from Ripsaw Jerky, who have provided us with different flavours of jerky to fancy your taste. Right here in Innisfail, on Snapping Tours, is where you can purchase the jerky. We thank Ripsaw Jerky for providing us with delicious jerky and below is a little description of the different flavours for you to choose from:
Lemon Pepper - Made with Lemon Thyme and Aussie Black Pepper sourced locally from a Pepper Farm located at Silkwood in Far North Queensland. This Pepper has a very sharp aromatic flavour and combines brilliantly with the subtle lemony tang of the Thyme.
Teriyaki - Get back to your Neanderthal roots and savour the flesh of the dinosaur with Aussie saltwater crocodile jerky, marinated in delicious teriyaki for a modern twist on a Jurassic classic. A sweet and salty combination that will leave your mouth watering for more.
Bush Plum- A Marinated & Smoked Crocodile Jerky that has a fruity flavour with a slight tang. What really makes this Jerky sing is the smoking, it really enhances the taste. The main ingredient in this very tasty Jerky is the locally grown Rainforest Bush Plum (Davidson Plum) sourced from a farm just down the road. This awesome style of Jerky is totally unique to Ripsaw Jerky..
What does Croc Jerky taste like.
Croc meat has a texture that is like a cross between fish and chicken. It is a white bland meat and will readily take on the flavours of the ingredients that it has been prepared in so it's important to be subtle in it's prep. Our Croc jerky has a consistency that is softer then Beef Jerky but is still quite chewy and the flavour lasts til the end.
Our Croc Jerky
We only use 100% Australian Saltwater Crocodile sourced from local Crocodile Farms in Far North Queensland in our jerky. Additionally all of our marinade ingredients are 100% Australian and do not use any additives such as Nitrites, MSG, Phosphates or artificial flavours.