Experience Columbus is happy to provide you with a taste of Columbus. Here are a few recipes to help make use of your North Market Spices.
Ingredients: Salt, Garlic, Onion, Black Pepper, Guajillo Chile, Oregano, Rosemary, Sage
Tri-Tip Roast featuring Columbus Rub
Season the tri-tip roast with Columbus Rub and let sit for about 45 minutes.
- Grill – Lightly sear the roast on all sides, move to indirect heat and cook to desired temperature. Place on a baking sheet and tent for 10 to 20 minutes. Slice and serve.
- Oven – Pre-heat oven to 325 degrees. Next, heat in a pan on the stove and lightly brown on all sides. Place roast on a baking sheet or roasting pan and place in the oven. Cook roast to your desired temperature, then remove from oven and tent for 10 to 20 minutes. Slice and serve.
Other seasonings great for this recipe are: English Rub, Prime Perfection, Mediterranean Seasoning, Mr. Bill’s Seasoned Salt, Chili Adobo and Puchero.
Ingredients: Maple Sugar, Smoked Salt, Black Pepper
Smoky Bloody Mary or Margarita
Pour Smoky Maple onto a plate. Wet rim of your glass and place in Smoky Maple to create a rim. Add your favorite recipe for a Bloody Mary or Margarita.
Also try our Bloody Buddy House Blend Bloody Mary Seasoning as a rim garnish for the Bloody Mary recipe.
Pork Sliders featuring Smoky Maple
Form ground pork into patties about two and one-half inches in diameter. Season with Smoky Maple and pan sear until cooked all the way through. Serve on a Hawaiian Roll, or with eggs and pancakes or waffles for breakfast.
Other seasonings great for this recipe are: Chorizo Seasoning, Dion’s Pork Rub, Mediterranean Seasoning.
Southern BBQ, Mild
Ingredients: Granulated Sugar, Brown Sugar, Paprika, Chile Powders, Garlic, Salt, Black Pepper, Cumin
BBQ Chicken featuring Mild Southern BBQ Rub
Season chicken legs (thigh and drum) with desired amount of Mild Southern BBQ Rub and let sit with seasoning for about 45 minutes. Preheat oven or grill to about 300 degrees.
- Oven – Place chicken on a lined baking sheet and cook for about two and one-half hours to three hours.
- Charcoal Grill – Arrange coals on one side of the kettle (if available, place soaked wood chips on coals), place grate on grill and arrange chicken on opposite side from the coals. Close the lid and let cook for about two and one-half hours to three hours.
- Gas Grill – Using medium flame, place the chicken on the top rack of the grill and cook for about two and one-half hours to three hours with the lid closed to partly open.
Other seasonings great for this recipe are: Hot Southern BBQ Rub, Smoke Spice & Everything Nice BBQ Rub, Cowboy Killer, Truck Dust and Asian Sensation.