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Chisholm Trail Rub has a flavor reminiscent of the Old West. The sweetness of brown sugar, the heat of three different hot peppers, and a tanginess that pulls all the flavors together. This seasoning was made for ribs and birds (that’s chicken, for you city slickers).
Rub the spices liberally on the meat. If possible, let the meat sit for several hours (in your refrigerator) while the flavors penetrate the meat. Then grill or bake them to your liking.
This blend of spices is almost mandatory in stir-fry’s. The flavor of Chinese Five Spice is very versatile and blends well with both meats and vegetables.
For a nice marinade, mix ¾ tsp. of Chinese Five Spice with¼ cup vegetable oil, ¼ cup rice vinegar, 2 T. soy sauce, 2 T. orange juice, 1 tsp. onion powder, 1 tsp. black pepper and ½ tsp. garlic powder. And for those who counted, yes, we use seven spices in our Chinese Five Spice.
Our original Apple Pie Spice is great in more than just pies! Try this blend in batter for sugar cookies, waffles, pancakes and French toast.