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rmay6850 06-15-2013 03:07 PM

Porcini Mushroom Rub
 
Hi all,

Does anyone have a good rub mix incorporating Porcini mushrooms? I have some in the oven drying and would like to put on a couple bone in rib eyes.

Maybe some sea salt (or Himalayan), garlic powder, onion powder???

rmay6850 06-15-2013 08:36 PM

Thanks for all your help

On my own, it turned out well

another site may be best suited for me:hand:

Woodmonkey 06-15-2013 09:16 PM

Have some patience. This is a great site if you like BBQ. I use porcini infused olive oil that is great on a steak after it is cooked.
Here is as site that I get it from. It is on a limited availability and because I live 20 minutes from there I ask everytime I am in the area. I am not affiliated with this company, just enjoy their products. Call and ask about the porcini if you really want it. IMHO it is great.

http://shopfromolivesandgrapes.com/i...show&ref=olive


This may work for your next attempt.

Veal, Chops, Porcini, Grilled, Rubbed, Beefer
INGREDIENTS:
2 Veal Chops
EVOO
2 Tbs. Porcini Mushrooms, Dried
2 Tbs. Turbindo Sugar
1 Tsp. Sea Salt
1 Tsp. Mustard Powder, Dried
1 Tsp. Garlic Powder
Procedure:
1. Rub the above into veal chops, marinate in the refrigerator for a couple of hours. Bring ribs back to room temperature. Trex as per normal.
2. I've never had better veal chops, but then again I've never paid $32 for a couple of milk fed veal chops!!
Recipe Type: Main Dish, Meat
Source
Author: Beefer
Source: BGE Forum, Beefer, 2005/11/07
Author Notes
Modified a Bonnie Stern recipe from the paper over the weekend.

boiler93 06-15-2013 09:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rmay6850 (Post 2517203)
Thanks for all your help

On my own, it turned out well

another site may be best suited for me:hand:

Glad to see it turned out well! Don't have any experience with mushrooms rubs but would love to know the recipe you decide on.


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