If you visit Thailand and get a chance to go to an open air market, you might see beef jerky being made -- drying on a flat bamboo tray. While the ingredients are the same, the steps below differ from what people really do in Thailand: in Thailand, the beef is sun dried. However the jerky tastes just about the same. This is a very simple dish that you can make as a big batch and freeze for later.
When you eat it, like with western beef jerky, you pull the strands apart.
There is another Thai version with honey, dark soy, fish sauce and coriander called heavenly beef, sweet meat or sweet meat jerky. The steps are the same.
When this is served as part of a meal, it is either served with sticky rice and a number of other dishes. As a snack, it is just served with sticky rice.