Fifty Shades of Grey (130g Pouch)

This spice rub has subtle hints of fennel infused with zesty Earl Grey Tea and is guaranteed to whip your tastebuds into a frenzy
  • This rub was awarded a Great Taste ★ award in 2015.

    Fifty Shades of Grey is great as a seasoning for beef, pork, poultry, seafood and vegetables. This would make a great gift for a keen barbecue chef, an adventurous mum or an enthusiastic foodie.

    Uses:
    Superb with Beef, Chicken or Pork

    Use the seasoning as a crust on your favourite Beef Joint
    Mix with a little Olive Oil and rub into Salmon Steaks before grilling

  • Ingredients:
    Earl Grey Tea, Sea Salt, Rosemary, Marjoram, Pepper, Fennel, Garlic and Rice Flour

    Packaging:
    The rub comes in an attractive 23cm by 16cm black mylar pouch containing 130g of rub. It's best used within 2 years of opening as long as it's kept in the pouch.

  • Pork Chop with Fifty Shades of Grey, Honey and Mustard

    PORK CHOP WITH FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, HONEY AND MUSTARD

    by Annie M May 23, 2018

    Pork goes brilliantly with honey and mustard, but with the Earl Grey Tea and Fennel from the Fifty Shades of Grey rub, we get a fantastic combination of flavours. Here we serve it with charred green beans and a twist of lemon.


    Four Great Burgers

    FOUR GREAT BURGERS

    by Annie M March 13, 2018

    A simple burger can be a thing of beauty. Simply rub the Sweet Home Alabama into the steak mince and season the top and bottom of the burgers to give an extra zing to your burgers


    Pan Roasted Duck Breast with Plum Purée and Pommes Anna

    PAN ROASTED DUCK BREAST WITH PLUM PURÉE AND POMMES ANNA

    by Annie M January 28, 2020

    The acidity in the plum purée cuts through the richness of the duck breast to create a treat! Here served with our twist on Pommes Anna.


    Lamb Shanks with Rosemary & Fennel

    LAMB SHANKS WITH ROSEMARY & FENNEL

    by Annie M February 26, 2018

    Lamb shanks are the ultimate comfort food, offering really tender meat that falls off the bone. Lamb goes really well with rosemary and fennel, and the balsamic vinegar cooks down into a really velvety sauce.

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