There are a few ways of making your own biltong using a specially designed wooden box and a specific lightbulb and fan, so if you would like the "recipe" for that, let me know! ;) My younger brother of 16 made one a while ago, they're quite simple and veeery useful, making brilliant biltong. He also experimented with different biltong recipes using all sorts of different spices and herbs.
Here's an idea of what you can do alternatively though:
What you need:
-5kg sirloin/rump steak
-1 cup of brown sugar
-1 cup coriander coriander seeds, cracked
-2 tablespoons bicarbonate of soda
-1 tablespoon cracked black pepper
-1 cup red wine vinegar
-Start by slicing the meat into strips, with the natural grain of the meat. We like our finished product to be a little moist inside so cut the strips about 5cm wide. You can cut them thinner if you prefer.
-Now mix the salt, pepper, cracked coriander, bicarb and sugar together in a bowl to form a rubbing mixture.
-Take a large glass or stainless steel container, rub some of the misture into each piece of meat make a single layer in the bottom of the container. Splash some of the vinegar over the layer of meat strips and then continue the same process until all of the meat is layered and you have no vinegar left.
-You now need to cover the container with cling film and leave it to marinade for 12-24 hours depending on the thickness of the meat and the intensity of the flavor you desire. 5cm thick strips and 18 hours is perfect.
-Now you need to find a cool dry and well ventilated place to hang the meat(we hang it high up in the garage covered with a mosquito net)
-Prepare s shaped galvanized wire hooks to hang the meat on and hang them until the outside is dark and the center is according to your taste.
-Depending on the dryness of the air and the ventilation, the time will vary. if you are in a hurry, use a slow fan to keep the air circulating around the meat.
I hope this works out for you!! If you would like to try any other recipes, either let me know or try looking up "South African Biltong recipes" on Google.
P.S: SO sorry for the late reply!! I didn't know about the message... I hope this was useful though!!