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Unread 09-05-2006, 03:43 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever tried this. I bought some over the weekend and tried it in a spicy rub on chicken wings & a porterhouse. I didn't do much for me on the wings but the steak was really good (seared & smoked).
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I've used this a few times, I find the flavour can be a little over powering.
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Is it similar to turbinado sugar?
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No it looks like really dark brown sugar with a similar high moisture content
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To use it in rubs you have to dry it out first otherwise it clumps.

If I've got my Fark together I thinly cover a couple of baking trays with it and pop it in the airing cupboard for a few days and dry it out and then pop it in an airtight jar, otherwise put it in an oven at a (really) low heat on the trays and keep an eye on it.....
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Thanks for the advice, has anyone ever seen dried tomato (not sun dried)?
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you can buy it here. Not that I ever did mind you but it sounds interesting

http://www.spicebarn.com/tomato_powder.htm

or here's a better link...

http://www.harmonyhousefoods.com/tom...FSxuGgoduz_xtw
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Rob, thanks for the sites, did you use it in a rub?
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Rob, thanks for the sites, did you use it in a rub?
I experimented with it for a while, it's just tastes a little milder that liquid Molasses. You have to make sure you have a strong meat to counteract the slightly earthy taste it adds to the rub.

I'll have a dig about in my books as I think it was a Paul Kirk Salt recipe that started my experiments. I didn't post them here as I didn't think the results were that good!!!
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