This is a GREAT rub for pork chops, lamb chops, steaks, chicken breasts and fish fillets. I've used it twice on pork chops so far and I just loooooooooooooove it! My rub didn't turn out as hot as I expected it to be, but the flavour of all the spices is just wonderful. The amount given will be enough for six portions of meat. You may want to double the amount. It's great for gifts, too!
My mom made this every Sunday for as long as I can remember. I recall coming home from wherever I was and smelling this incredible sauce! I would immediately reach for the Italian bread to start dipping before dinner. My mom always said it wasn't done yet, but I didn't care! My brother would go through a half a loaf of white bread with this sauce before dinner...it was that good. Try to make it exactly as it is written out...you will be pleasantly surprised and your house will smell heavenly! The little bit of extra work is worth it!!!
This is Top Secret's version of Heinz's Premium Chili Sauce. I use it all the time and usually have to run to the store to buy it for a recipe. I am posting this so I won't have to run to the store all the time.
Per Todd Wilbur: you can make this into Heinz Cocktail Sauce by stirring in 2 teaspoons of prepared horseradish when the sauce has cooled.
This recipe is adapted from Texas Home Cooking by Cheryl and Bill Jamison. Think of a dry rub as the dry form of a marinade, and the ingredients are not set in stone. Change them to suit your tastes and needs. Use on almost anything you are barbequing.
I created this sauce after working for a Gyro stand..The sauce came ready made so I experimented a little til I found the taste I was looking for. This is good with Pastrami or thin sliced spicy beef in a pita too..
I haven't purchased tartar sauce in many years. We do not like any hint of sweetness, preferring the combination of dill pickle, lemon, onion and Worcestershire to flavor the sauce. This will keep a long time in the refrigerator.
Note to World Tour participants - this recipe is included in the British category. Similar sauce recipes (making the mayonnaise from scratch, of course) go back to Medieval times, and have been found in British books as early as 1685. It's also wonderful served with fish and chips, if you aren't very fond of malt vinegar.