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Dry marinade for meat

Dry marinade
You can also use my rubs perfectly for seasoning. Simply salt to your taste and sprinkle one of my spice blends on top.
Dry marinade
You can also use my rubs perfectly for seasoning. Simply salt to your taste and sprinkle one of my spice blends on top.
Preparation: quick & easy quick & easy
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Dry marination for meat

If you want an easy and delicious way to season your meat, try a dry marinade. This is a mixture of spices and herbs that you simply rub onto the meat and then let soak. You don't need any oil or vinegar and the meat will still be juicy and flavorful.

Dry marinade is particularly suitable for grilled meat, but also for roasts or stews. You can try different dry marinades depending on your taste and the type of meat.

A high-quality dry marinade consists of herbs and spices and only a little salt. Flavor enhancers or preservatives are taboo! These will ruin your meat rather than improve it.

Preparation

  1. Wash the meat thoroughly and dry it carefully with a cotton towel or kitchen paper. Remove silver skin or tendons if present.
  2. Provide the meat generously on all sides with a great amount of one of my rubs (e.g. Universal Dry Rub or Louisiana 18). Don't use any extra salt just yet!
  3. I recommend to leave the rub on the meat to infuse for at least two hours before preparation so the meat can absorb more flavor. I suggest overnight in your refrigerator for best results, but that’s optional.
  4. My rubs contain little or no salt at all. After your rub has finished the infusion period, you can salt the meat to your taste and roast or grill it as usual. You will taste the difference!

Notes about salting

  • Do not add additional salt to your meat during the infusion process as this can dehydrate meat if left on for hours.
  • If you plan to cook immediately you can salt and spice with a rub simultaneously.
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Louisiana 18 | umami seasoning
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Louisiana Sun | fermented chili sauce (350 ml)
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Dry marinade

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