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Chives, thyme, oregano, and other tasty spices combine in this delectable low-sodium rub. Crushed red pepper flakes give the spice half its name.
Sweet brown sugar matched with cayenne pepper will satisfy both the sweet and savory sides of your appetite. Try the barbecue blend on pork loin or a pork chop.
Orange, lemon, and lime peels make an appearance in the recipe for this tart spice. Sprinkle it on top of green beans, carrots, and other vegetables for a side dish even the kids will go for.
Ground habañero chilies give this spice rub its kick. You can store it in an airtight container for up to one month.
Sweet spices such as allspice and cinnamon line up against curry and chili powder in this tasty rub. Try this one on white meats and seafood.
instead of using prepared packets of taco or fajita mixes, make your own and save a full teaspoon of salt each time. This recipe includes garlic powder, minced onion, and chili powder.
Tip: Use 1 to 2 tablespoons of this mix to replace one packet of the commercial taco mixes.