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    Spices & Rubs


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    29 Reviews |  By Tweeky

    Why pay big money for pre-made mixes when you already have these spices in your cupboard. Make your own seasoning salt for versatility in your cooking.

    Recipe #78572

    This recipe provides a quick way of jazzing up your meats and poultry. The rub lasts for up to one month in airtight container.

    Recipe #428280

    4 Reviews |  By A Shine

    Sweet dry rub for your barbecue needs. Chili powder can replace chipotle powder, but still try to make sure it's not a blend.

    Recipe #218839

    A rub that tastes very similar to Outback Steakhouse.

    Recipe #343448

    The Beau Monde Seasoning that I've used has a very basic yet tasty flavor. The substitution recipes I've seen so far online and here have called for cinnamon, cloves and other things that I know I don't taste from the Spice Islands jar. As I kept looking I came upon this one that sounded like it might be the one. I haven't tried it yet but thought someone else might get some use out of it. It calls for sea salt AND seasoned salt. I probably would adjust those so it wouldn't turn out too salty. Also I might try using celery salt instead of the combination of seeds and salt. This recipe only makes 1 tsp. worth of mix but it's a good starting point.

    Recipe #419161


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