Use this blend in stews or pasta sauces, or as a rub for grilled meats. Key aroma is Marjoram, Oregano, Thyme, Garlic and a few more.
The Kebabi Masala is the Indian version of the traditional Middle Eastern Kebab rub. An exotic spice mixture for grilling. Add oil to make into a marinade, great for chicken, beef or any other meats. Make sure you marinate your meat overnight to get the most flavour out of your meal.
This homemade rub is best for chicken kabobs. This basic recipe will marinade the chicken to give it the middle-eastern flavours. BBQ it over
the grill for complete experience and you can add vegetables to the skewer if desired. We suggestonions, green peppers, tomatoes and mushrooms on the grill.
Montreal Steak Spice is a dry spice rub used to flavor steak that was made famous in Montreal and has become a marketing term for a number of commercial spice mixes. The recipe varies, but Montreal Steak Spice usually includes ingredients such as pepper, salt, coriander, dill, mustard seeds, dehydrated garlic and onions, red pepper flakes, rosemary, thyme, paprika and caraway seeds.
A most versatile seasoning to have. Add it to pasta sauces and forget about that jar of dolmio. Basil, marjoram and oregano as key notes, also includes allspice, thyme, sun-dried tomatoes, leeks, chives and much more…
This spice blend is known throughout India for its unique flavor. This masala is used to make homemade pickles. This spice mix is usually combined with oil and mixed with pieces of green mangoes. Good in all sorts of pickles using mango, lemon, bitter-gourd, cucumber, radish, and onion.
As it says this blend is full of piri piri chillies with oregano and garlic as the key notes. It can be used as a dry rub, or mix with oil and baste over chicken. If I want it milder I mix it with ketchup, honey and oil and baste over drumsticks. The kids love it that way!
Blend this mix with lime juice & coconut milk and rub over fish, then wrap the fish in banana leaves and slow-cook on the BBQ. Thats only one example! This spice mix is great to experiment with.