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15 Spice Chicken Rub

Like many good chicken rubs our 15 Spice Chicken Rub has a bit of sweetness to it from the demerara sugar and cinnamon. The demerara sugar helps form a nice crust to keep the juices in. While I love spicy heat for this blend I went with a mellower subtle kick from the variety of chiles we used (ancho, pasilla, de arbol and cayenne). Finally you’ll note  very gentle hints of licorice from the fennel with some subtle fruitiness from the ancho.  Now we’re big believers in salt free seasonings but sometimes in order to make a good rub become a great rub you need a dash of  kosher salt and this was one of those times.

How to Use
For best results I like to season my chicken at least 2-4 hours prior to cooking to allow the seasoning to work it’s magic (place in the refirgerator and remove 30 minutes prior to cooking). I personally like to let it season for about 10 hours for optimum flavor and I only notice a tiny bit of difference in flavor when letting the seasoning set between 10-24 hours. I recommend using about 1 tablespoon of seasoning per pound of chicken. You can always add more if you feel that it needs a bit more.

What’s In It
Hand blended from ancho, pasilla, cinnamon, ginger, onion, garlic, cumin, sea salt, demerara sugar, mustard, black pepper, coriander, California paprika, cloves, allspice, fennel, cayenne and de arbol.

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15 Spice Chicken Rub

Like many good chicken rubs our 15 Spice Chicken Rub has a bit of sweetness to it from the demerara sugar and cinnamon. The demerara sugar helps form a nice crust to keep the juices in. While I love spicy heat for this blend I went with a mellower subtle kick from the variety of chiles we used (ancho, pasilla, de arbol and cayenne). Finally you’ll note  very gentle hints of licorice from the fennel with some subtle fruitiness from the ancho.  Now we’re big believers in salt free seasonings but sometimes in order to make a good rub become a great rub you need a dash of  kosher salt and this was one of those times.

How to Use
For best results I like to season my chicken at least 2-4 hours prior to cooking to allow the seasoning to work it’s magic (place in the refirgerator and remove 30 minutes prior to cooking). I personally like to let it season for about 10 hours for optimum flavor and I only notice a tiny bit of difference in flavor when letting the seasoning set between 10-24 hours. I recommend using about 1 tablespoon of seasoning per pound of chicken. You can always add more if you feel that it needs a bit more.

What’s In It
Hand blended from ancho, pasilla, cinnamon, ginger, onion, garlic, cumin, sea salt, demerara sugar, mustard, black pepper, coriander, California paprika, cloves, allspice, fennel, cayenne and de arbol.

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