By Lavender Lynn on June 19, 2008
Photo by Chocolatl
Photo by Chocolatl
"This recipe is from Kenya."
Serving Size: 1 (204 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Flavorful seasoned salt recipe and one to be used again. I was unsure of the sugar but it seemed to add a nice carmel hint when grilled on a nice sirloin steak for hubby and myself. The flavors blended well and this was easy to make from cupboard ingredients. Much nicer than the store bought as I can monitor salt intake. I bet this ould be grat as a rub prior to making soups and stews. I will use it thus when fall comes around again. YUMMY! Made for the Shady Ladies ZWT 2011"
"Great rub! Used it on chicken thighs which got rave reviews. Will definitely always have some of this on hand! Thanks for posting!
Made for Best of 2010."
"I was going to cut the recipe in half then decided why not make the full recipe. Glad I did. I used my own red pepper powder. Thanks"
"I have used this rub on Pork, Beef, and Chicken with great success. Usually message this rub plus plenty of minced fresh garlic on my Pork Ribs the night before I put them on the grill. Course sea salt adds flavor and the sugar caramelization. <br/>Thank you Lavender Lynn for a really useful and tasty Meat Rub."
"Very tasty seasoned salt blend. I used sea salt, and had this on a beef roast. You can't really taste the sugar as sugar, but it adds a lot to the balance of flavors. Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT Witchin Kitchen."
"I predict in my kithen there will be a "whole lotta shakin' goin' on." Much safer than "great balls of fire". Made for Best of 2009."
"superb! it really was. I used it on a huge boneless skinless chicken breast and am eating it as is, as well as plan to use some in a tortilla with diced tomatoes and some lettuce. Oh what a rub!"
"We used this spice blend on some chicken legs that we broiled in the oven. I did add a smidgen of dry mustard powder to the mix to go with the sweetness of the sugar. This is a great rub that we will be using often. Thanks for posting."
"I reduced the recipe by half and liberally sprinkled 4 chicken breasts with the rub. I baked the chicken to a beautiful brown. The spices were perfect and the sugar wasn't overpowering at all. Very tasty and an easy to make recipe. Made for ZWT4."
"We enjoyed this rub on chicken as well. I was a little leary of the sugar but it omplimented the spices nicely and was not too sweet. Thank You for sharing. Made for ZWT4"
"This rub is so good Lynn. I used it on chicken breasts which I baked in the oven. They were delicious, the skin was wonderful, crisp and oh so flavorful, you could taste all the different spices. What a lovely blend. I'm going to try this on baby back ribs for July 1st. Thanks so much for sharing."