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#1 Thu 24 Jul 08 12:25am

aplang

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Occupation Chef
From New York City
Member since Fri 11 Jul 08

Seven Spice Dry Rub

TOTAL TIME: 5 MIN
MAKES ABOUT 1 3/4 CUPS

ingredients

1/2 cup dark brown sugar
1/2 cup sweet paprika
1/4 cup kosher salt
1/4 cup chili powder
1/4 cup dry mustard
1 tablespoon freshly ground black pepper
2 teaspoons Old Bay Seasoning
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger

directions

1.In a small bowl, whisk together all of the ingredients.

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#2 Thu 07 Aug 08 5:11pm

chacha1103

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From Ottawa, Canada
Member since Tue 23 Oct 07

Re: Seven Spice Dry Rub

I just tried this last night on some pork. It was delicious! Thanks for sharing thumbsup

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#3 Thu 07 Aug 08 5:21pm

katiemarkham

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Occupation Secretary and amateur gardener
From Wigan, Lancashire, UK
Member since Wed 20 Feb 08

Re: Seven Spice Dry Rub

Please excuse my ignorance, but what is Kosher Salt?

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#4 Thu 07 Aug 08 5:27pm

Captain C

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From Essex
Member since Tue 05 Feb 08

Re: Seven Spice Dry Rub

I've nevere heard of either katie, I was just having a look at this : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kosher_salt

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#5 Thu 07 Aug 08 5:31pm

katiemarkham

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From Wigan, Lancashire, UK
Member since Wed 20 Feb 08

Re: Seven Spice Dry Rub

ah I see. Can you buy this kind of thing in Tesco do you reckon?

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#6 Thu 07 Aug 08 5:33pm

Captain C

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From Essex
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Re: Seven Spice Dry Rub

no idea, I will have a look when I'm next shopping.

I only buy our local "Maldon sea salt"

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#7 Fri 08 Aug 08 6:05am

aplang

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From New York City
Member since Fri 11 Jul 08

Re: Seven Spice Dry Rub

Maldon will work fine.  Kosher Salt is a common non-iodized salt here in the states

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#8 Thu 22 Jan 09 12:41pm

jollech

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Re: Seven Spice Dry Rub

All salt is kosher of course - strictly speaking it would be better to call kosher salt "Kashering Salt" (Yiddish) which is the verb, rather than the noun, which would make it clear that it simply the large grain salt used in the process of "kashering" meat - i.e. using it to suck out all the blood.

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#9 Thu 22 Jan 09 4:00pm

GeoffP

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Occupation Retired Clergy & Computer Consultant
From Bradford, West Yorks
Member since Mon 03 Jul 06

Re: Seven Spice Dry Rub

I love spice mixes and blends - absolutely essential.

I recently found a webpage referencing many traditional spice mixes:-

http://www.celtnet.org.uk/recipes/spices-recipes.php

Well worth a look!

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