With less than half the salt content of most commercially available seasoning salts, about half the heat of the commercial "CAJUN" seasonings and a wonderful balance of salt, pepper, onion, garlic, paprika (for color) and chipotle (smoked sweet red ripened jalapeños), RBH Old Fashion Meat rub enhances everything in the kitchen!
Old Fashion Meat Rub @ Roasted Oysters
- Fresh Oysters on half shell
- Lemon Juice
- Hot Sauce
- Old Fashion Meat Rub @ Barbeque Seasoning
- Parmesan Cheese
Shuck oysters on half shell. Squeeze lemon juice on top of oyster in half shell. Add a dash of hot sauce to taste. Sprinkle Old Fashion Meat Rub @ Barbeque Seasoning on top. Top with Parmesan Cheese. Roast in 475 degree oven approximately 10-15 minutes until cheese is brown and liquid is almost evaporated.
Old Fashion Meat Rub @ Ears of Corn
Soak 4 ears of corn in cold water for 1 to 2 hours. Pull back husk, but do not remove, and remove silks. Rub butter or margarine onto ears. Sprinkle with Old Fashion Meat Rub . Pull husk back over ears and secure at the top with a small piece of husk. Cook on BBQ 30-35 minutes. Remove outer husk and enjoy.
Old Fashion Meat Rub @ Pulled Pork
5-7 lb Boston Butt
Apply a generous amount of Old Faashion Meat Rub and massage thoughly into meat. Place in plastic food bag. Refrigerate overnight if possible. Barbeque at 225-250˚. Approximate cooking time: 1 ½ hours per pound. Using your favorite wood, cook till you reach an internal temperature of 170-180˚, then wrap in heavy foil and continue to cook, taking the temperature to 190-195˚. Open a corner of the foil and let the meat cool down. Pull with hand or fork. Re-season with Old Fashion Meat Rub to taste and add your favorite BBQ sauce to taste.
Old Fashion Meat Rub @ Southern Fried Beer Chicken aka Deep Fried HeavenTake 2 whole chickens, remove the gizzards and stuff from the inside. Take a large trashbag, put chickens inside, pour 4 cans of your favorite beer in with them. Let them soak for 2 hours, refrigerated. Do not drink the beer afterwards. Take the chickens out, rub generously with Old Fashion Meat Rub, refrigerate for at least 3 hours. Peel 2 large Vidalia onions, shove inside each chicken, along with 2 cloves of minced garlic. Get a Cookers fill with peanut oil, bring to 275 degrees, lower chickens inside and let em' fry for about 35 minutes.