African Rub is a South African spice preparation from Orlandosidee. This successful and highly aromatic spice preparation refines not only South African cuisine, but also our native.
African Rub is a warm and powerful blend with the vibrant flavor of Africa. This spice preparation is as versatile and colorful as Africa and its people. You can marinate your grilled meat with African Rub, whether that be beef, chicken, lamb or even antelope. It gives your meat a unique, exotic flavor. To do this, place your meat the day before you like to grill it in a plastic bag. Add a little olive oil and 1-2 teaspoons African Rub. Leave the meat to marinate in the refrigerator overnight. 1 hour before grilling take the meat out of the fridge. You can also prepare stews, rice dishes or couscous with this spice mixture.
African Rub is made from 20 ingredients. That's what makes this mixture so delicate. Many different flavors come together, such as cinnamon, nutmeg, thyme and chili and they reflect the unique taste of South Africa.
The African cuisine is very spicy, but this mixture is not as spicy, so that we Europeans can eat it too. Please feel free, to add more chili. In our on-line shop you will also find a large selection of chili powder, chili flakes or whole chili peppers. Whatever your heart desires, for that certain sharp kick, order it and mix it the way you like it.
Ingredients: thyme, pepper, garlic, bay leaves, turmeric, cassia cinnamon, cane sugar, rock salt, cumin, cumin, coriander, cardamom, mustard seeds, ginger, allspice, parsley, onion, chili, nutmeg
May contain traces of celery and mustard
Consumption Tip African Rub
Spice mixtures are ideal for flavoring quark, which you can use as a vegetable dip. Add 1 - 2 teaspoons of African Rub from Orlandosidee in 250 gr quark. Stir and ready, also goes well with boiled potatoes.
You can also use this delicious mixture to conjure up a herbal spice butter for your next barbecue party. For this please add some African Rub to soft butter. Stir everything, roll it into baking paper and place it in the fridge until ready to serve.
With African Rub you can also marinate salads, just add some of the mixture in vinegar and oil