Middle East Spice Rub

Middle East Spice Rub created by Catnip46

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

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  • In small bowl, stir together sesame seeds, lemon rind, coriander, cumin, salt ; and cayenne pepper.
  • When using:.
  • For every 1 lbs of boneless / 2 lbs of bone-in meats mix 2 tbsp rub, 1 tbsp vegetable oil, 1 clove garlic or more. Spread on meat and let sit for 10 min.
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"This recipe provides a quick way of jazzing up your meats and poultry. The rub lasts for up to one month in airtight container."

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  1. Annacia
    Terrific flavor mix. I didn't use it as a rub but used the dry mix to season a pork strip stir fry tonight. I have black sesame seeds and they added a great look to the finished dish against the green, red and yellow of the veggies. This added a real spark to a quick dinner, just goes to prove that there is more than one way to use a seasoning mix. :D
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  3. Catnip46
    Good! All I can say is good, good, good. I didn't have sesame seeds so I used sunflowers seeds, it turned out delicious. I made it using chicken. Next time instead of using the George Foreman grill I'll bake it in the oven as every time I turned the pieces over the seeds fell off and I had to pat them back on. Made for Every Days a Holiday tag.
  4. Chocolatl
    Very nice. I like the complexity the coriander adds. This is definitely a keeper. Thanks for posting!
  5. nemokitty
    This turned out great. I didn't have any lemons and left out the salt. I used it on chicken and we both loved it. Made for 1-2-3 Zaar Hits Tag Game 2010.
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