Moroccan Rub & Seasoning Free Sample
Moroccan Rub & Seasoning Free Sample
Moroccan Rub & Seasoning Free Sample
Moroccan Rub & Seasoning Free Sample
Moroccan Rub & Seasoning Free Sample
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No Preservatives

MSG-free

Moroccan Rub & Seasoning Free Sample

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Recipe

Morocco is our inspiration for this beautiful, harmonious blend of 18 spices and herbs.  Sun-dried tomatoes and garlic create richness, lemon juice adds tang, honey--a tough of sweet, while chilies and peppers bring subtle warmth.  A full-flavored melody to hit every note.

Uses:  Amazing as a rub and marinade for all kinds of meat-pork, chicken, lamb or beef.  Swirl into hummus, season hearty stews or use to create sauces and dressings by mixing with olive oil or yogurt and fresh herbs.

Ingredients:  Unrefined sea salt, tomato powder, garlic, coriander, sweet paprika, mint, cilantro, Pasilla Negro chilies, chili powder, caraway, sun-dried tomatoes, honey powder, lemon juice powder, cumin, onion, crushed red pepper, cayenne

Grilled Casablanca Pork Tenderloin

  • ¼ cup olive oil
  • 3 TBS s.a.l.t. sisters Moroccan Rub & Seasoning
  • 2 park tenderloins, about 2½ lbs total, butterflied
  • Naan, grilled


In a small bowl, combine olive oil and Moroccan Rub & Seasoning.  On a baking sheet, rub mixture all over the pork, then cover and let sit at room temperature for 1 hour. Alternatively, you can refrigerate the pork for at least 4 hours and up to overnight.  Before grilling, let the tenderloin get to room temperature.

Prepare grill to medium-high heat and oil grates.  Grill pork, turning occasionally until lightly charred about 10-15 minutes or when a meat thermometer registers 135°.  Transfer to a cutting board, tent with foil and let sit for 10 minutes before cutting into thick slices.  Serve with grilled naan.

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