Use the best BBQ rub to make Steak Mojo Biscuits - you won't regret it!

Yes, Steak Mojo can bake! These biscuits are based on a Martha Stewart recipe but over the years it's changed tremendously. It's a quite flexible recipe so add bacon if you want, a different type of cheese or increase the heat level with ghost pepper or more jalapeno. Ingredients: 2 C unbleached white flour 4 t baking powder ½ t cream of tartar 2 T sugar 1.5 T Steak Mojo ½ - 1 jalapeno pepper - diced 3 pieces of cooked bacon - optional Sprig or 2 of fresh thyme 1 stick of butter - chopped into small pieces 1 cup grated cheddar cheese - packed 2/3 cup soymilk - or milk, buttermilk or almond milk Heat oven to 450° Combine flour, salt, baking powder, cream of tartar, sugar and Steak Mojo in a b

BBQ Rubs - 5 Tips for Cooking Meat

#1 The best BBQ rubs can also be used for roasting and baking meat – so don’t limit the seasonings to grilling on the barbecue. An example of this is – put your chicken pieces in a baking pan, drizzle with olive oil and then liberally apply Sweet Inferno – and put in a 375° oven for about 30-35 minutes. Another example is cooking pork with our BBQ rubs. Rub the entire pork roast with Tuscan Temptation and put in the oven on either roast or bake. You can even poach salmon with our Mediterranean Bliss. By the way, do you know the difference in your oven settings? Most sources agree that for bake and roast the temperature comes from cycling through the upper heating element and the lower heati

BBQ Rub on a salad?

Yes, on a salad! Rubs are not just for meats and veggies. You can make delicious croutons with Tuscan Temptation. Don't be scared - it's so easy and it tastes great! To get the bread to soak up the oil and herbs - day old bread works best. But if you don't have old bread use your fresh bread and I'll give you a tip on how to make it work. Break up your sourdough bread into bite-size pieces. If the bread's fresh dry it out in the oven on warm before you add the oil and herbs. Once the bread has cooled your ready to make croutons. Next toss with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and using your hands squeeze the bread which gets the olive oil into the bread a bit better. Sprinkle with Tuscan Temptation a

Tempting Salad Dressing

The best BBQ rubs are versatile. Although Tuscan Temptation was primarily developed for use with pork and lamb it has also been used to make the best croutons and salad dressing. Here's how I make an extremely tempting salad dressing. The best part? It's easy and delicious too! Use 3/4 of a cup of good Extra Virgin Olive oil, about 1/8 cup of vinegar (I use either Champagne Vinegar or white balsamic vinegar) and 4 teaspoons Tuscan Temptation. Shake it up and you've got a sensational and tempting salad dressing! I don't like a strong vinegar taste so just add more if there's not enough for you in my recipe. For something different - experiment with using Avocado Oil in your salad dressing.

Smoking Meat on the BBQ yet?

Smoking BBQ Chicken with Rockin Rubs Dry Rubs: Sweet Fire! Smokin' meats is the best way to get a moist, tender and flavorful piece of meat with little worry or work. I was given a little Brinkmann as a gift - it's easy to use and the food comes out wonderful! Here's my recipe for smoked chicken. You can use any type you want - my family tends to like the dark meat better. 6 thighs 2 breasts Pecan wood pieces Apple juice Sweet Fire Take your chicken out of the refrigerator at least an hour before cooking and pat it dry leaving it out to finish air drying while it's warming up. I like to start with room temperature meat. When the skin feels dry rub your Sweet Fire into it. I butterflied the

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