- 1 brown onion
- 50 g chives
- 10 g Garlic Cloves (about 3-4 cloves)
- 1/2 Capsicum
- 15 g Fresh Flat Leaf Parsley
- 4 fresh basil leaves
- 2 Bayleaves (Dry or fresh)
- 1 Red Chili (Optional), About 5g
- 20 g 4 colour mix Pepper corns
- 1/4 tsp ground cloves
- 1 tsp smoked paprika
- 1/4 tsp ginger
- 100 g rock salt
24h 10minPreparation 10minBaking/Cooking
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Blend all ingredients for 10 sec on speed 8. Repeat if necessary. A wet paste should to be created.
Spread thin layer of paste on Thermomat and put in 60ºC oven until dried. This can be 10 to 24 hours, depending on oven settings and thickness of the spread. Best that all is dry before placing back in Thermomix.
Dry out in Dehydrator - place paste in dehydrator for about 8-12 hours on 60ºC. Ensure it is completely dry before placing back in Thermomix.
Once dried, place back in Thermomix and mill for 8 sec on speed 7. Repeat if necessary to get a powder which can be sprinkled over meat (or other food).
Place steak on BBQ. While on BBQ, sprinkle BBQ salt generously on steak. Rest meat as normal and serve hot.
BBQ Steak (Serving Suggestion)
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Use a flavouring salt for roasted potato, chips or stir fries
Use generously in meatball mix or burger patties
Can be used on beef, lamb, pork and vegetables.
Less salt (e.g. 80g) can be used, but remember the salt helps with preserving the mix as well as compliments the flavour. The mix tastes very salty when completed, but once used on the food, it does not taste as salty.
While storing in container, place moisture absorbent sachets in the container as well (I use the ones which I get in some medication containers). This will help keeping it dry for much longer.
Please share your tips and ideas on other uses of this this BBQ spice.
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