Just Discovered This Secret BBQ Rub Ingredient !!

 

Latest Coffee BBQ Rub For The Coffee Frenzy……

Summer is in the air, which means it is the perfect time to spend your weekends in the backyard with barbecued food.

What we have just discovered is that coffee can be a very critical ingredient for your barbecued food, adding ground coffee to the seasoning takes it to another level altogether which you cannot obtain with only salt and pepper.

So you have to try using coffee in your rub to actually realise how it increases the flavor and taste of the food.

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If you are serious BBQ enthusiast, you would have definitely already tried more than couple of your very own Rub creations. And people can go wild with their innovation and imagination to create their own rubs. Coffee Rub3

Without a layer of seasoning, the outside of the meat chars up over heat, but a thick layer of mix creates a crunchy, salty crust on the meat which adds an intriguing twist to the experience. When rubs are made with just salt and pepper, only the pepper chars, but adding coffee can create a deeper more complex flavor. Herb-based rubs can’t accomplish this because herbs are more delicate and don’t shine when cooked that way. “The thing about coffee is that it’s already roasted, so it already has that deep complex flavor,” Midyett points out, which is what BBQ lovers are typically looking for in their summer steaks.

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Coffee, if it is too light or very little roasted, it is not very preferable for red meat; you could rather use it for fish or chicken. The best way to try out a new rub is, you taste it before applying it to your meat. And proceed with it only once you like the flavor. Aim for a medium coarseness, do not go for too fine or too coarse. It is also suggested that you do not leave the coffee on the meat for more than half an hour.Coffee Rub2

Try out this Coffee Rub Recipe and enjoy the enhanced flavors….

1 tablespoon salt
½ tablespoon black pepper
1 ⅓ tablespoon coffee (we used a medium-roast coffee from Panama)
1 tablespsoon brown sugar
1 teaspoon chili powder
Spread on a pork tenderloin, sear, then bake until the internal temperature reaches 145 degrees Fahrenheit

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So go ahead and experiment for your next backyard BBQ !

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