I’m always looking for a new way to spice up my barbecue. What if you could do that without breaking the bank?
Go Gourmet Without Making Your Wallet Cry
I recently discovered Pereg Natural Foods and their fantastic gourmet spices. I have always used marinades for my grilling needs, because I was under the assumption that it was easier than a spice rub. I was wrong! (Don’t tell my husband!)
Turns out, using spice rubs is actually easier than marinating meats. What I find interesting is that they actually pull the moisture from the air as your barbecuing, and that in turn gets absorbed into the meats. Leaving you with juicier, tastier, food. Another benefit is that you use only what you need, and save the rest. When you use a marinade, you have to dump it all out when you go to cook your meat. What a waste! Also, no refrigeration. Simply store you Pereg Natural Food Spices right in your spice rack!
Let’s talk about these rubs
If you want a delicious barbecue rub then check out Pereg’s mixed spices BBQ. It’s a mix of cumin, paprika, garlic, allspice, and coriander. This spice is one hundred percent natural, and Gluten Free. It has no MSG, additives or preservatives. Simply combine with a tablespoon of oil, and rub into your preferred meat.
Do you savor seafood? If so, Pereg has a spice mix for that. Their Seafood blend is perfect for grilling, rubbing, or broiling your favorite seafood. It’s a mix of paprika, cumin, salt, garlic, and turmeric. And it’s delicious!
We’re a chicken family. It’s our most preferred meat, so I’m always looking for new ways to cook it. I discovered Pereg’s mixed spices Chicken blend, and my family fell in love. It’s a blend of paprika, garlic, salt, and onions, and it’s so tasty! If you love chicken, you’ll love it more when it’s rubbed with this mix.
I’m a throw together cook and baker. So when I make meatballs or meatloaf, they don’t always taste the same. I always use the same stuff, but sometimes I get in a hurry and add more or less. Then I got some Meatball seasoning from Pereg. Now my meatloaf and meatballs are divine, and always taste the same.