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Pot of No Salt Montreal Meat Rub

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No Salt Montreal Meat Rub

Based on a recipe for Canadian Steak Seasoning originating from Quebec in the 1940's, you'll find this blend is perfect for steaks and red meat.

Rub your steak or beef joint and marinade overnight (or for at least 2 hours), then cook in your preferred manner. As a general rule allow your steak to return to room temperature prior to cooking, then allow to rest prior to serving.

 

Recipe
Coat a steak or chicken breast prior to grilling, sprinkle on chips, baked potatoes, wedges, try a little on eggs, omelettes and cheese toasties.  Add as seasoning to soups and stews and enjoy wherever the salt free flavour of this lightly-peppery, subtle chilli blend will work.

Ingredients
Black Pepper, Paprika, Garlic, Onion, Chilli Powder, Coriander, Dill. Our No Salt Montreal Meat Rub is produced with herbs and spices from more than one country, blended here in the UK.

Allergy Advice
Can not guarantee free of allergens.

Storage
Our FoodFresh pots hold plenty of your favourite herbs and spices, have snap shut lids that really help keep ingredients fresh, they stack, you can see contents (keep them in a cupboard so unaffected by light), they are easy to measure from and make great gifts (get in touch, we can make a hamper for you). They're also microwave and dishwasher safe so become useful containers when you've emptied them.

Note that over time the essential oils, aromatics and colour of this spice blend will fade and the flavours change. Keeps for up to 2 years, but better when used sooner. Please keep your pot in a cool, dry location away from sunlight and use by the BB4 date on the label.

Any questions?
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