STEAK & BEEF
Rub Jake's Grillin' rub all over your steak or roast before you cook. When preparing your steak for your meal you may want to rub your steak or roast the night before for maximum taste. But don't worry if you don't have time to do that - even when used last minute, Jake's Grillin' rub will surely bring out the savory flavor of your steak. The coffee ingredient acts as a natural tenderizer, and also encrusts the steak to seal in natural juices. Can be used on the grill, in the oven or seared in a pan. Of course, we always recommend the grill whenever possible! Cook as desired.
CHICKEN & POULTRY
When rubbing a whole Chicken or Turkey, cover your bird with Jake's Grillin' Poultry rub before cooking! This also may be done the night before cooking your bird but it is not necessary. You may want to add a little oil or butter to keep the rub on the bird. When cooking skinless chicken breast you will need to add a little butter or oil before rubbing the meat. This may be prepared for the oven or the grill. Cook as desired.
Cover your roast with Jake's Grillin' Pork rub. Wrap in aluminum foil to keep moist. This may be cooked on the grill or in the oven. A really great idea is to use Jake's Grillin' Marinate on a pork roast or tenderloin. If you decide to go with the marinate, you can baste your roast or pork tenderloin as you cook... it may be the best pork roast you have ever tasted, If you have some ribs.. the rub or the marinate is awesome... do the same as if you are cooking a roast. Marinate or rub the ribs, and cook to perfection on the grill or in an oven.
I love Jake's rub on fish..A little oil or butter can be used to keep the fish moist and to hold the rub on the fish. Great on the grill or in the oven. Try frying the fish.. the different seasonings used to make Jake's Grillin' fish rub will enhance the flavor of your meal. You may also may want to try this on veggies... anything from patoteos to asparagus - cover with Jake's Grillin' rub after adding a little oil or butter to keep things moist and to hold the rub on the vegetables.