Carrington's Chilli Rub
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Carringtons create some fantastic flavours with their Chillichups, Sauces and Rubs, a great addition to any meal. Based in Faversham, Kent, Carrington believe in creating vibrant flavours from honest ingredients.
Chiilichip Rub, A mild chilli and tomato rub combined with Moroccan spices. Sweet to taste with a warm chilli hit. This rub is perfect for marinating meat or fish.
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Carrington Chillichup Rub - 50g
A mild chilli and tomato rub combined with Moroccan spices. Sweet to taste with a warm chilli hit. This rub is perfect for marinating meat or fish. To be used as a rub, marinade or in cooking to add spice to your food.
Carrington Chillichup Rub
Ingredients: Tomato Powder, Sugar, Salt, Chilli, Black Pepper, Coriander, Smoked Paprika, Cumin, Garlic. This product contains NO Allergens. Made in a factory using nuts.
Spicy Recipe Ideas
Carrington started in the heart of the home, the kitchen. With a belief in creating vibrant flavours from honest ingredients, Carrington's sauces can be used every day in lots of ways.
Slow Baked Chillichup Rubbed Ribs
1 Rack Baby Back Ribs
50g Chillichup Rub
Preheat your oven to 250ºC. Prepare the ribs. Most racks have a tough membrane, across the back side of the ribs. Use a spoon handle to loosen this membrane and peel it off. Add the rub to a metal bowl with the ribs and to coat both sides of the ribs well. Position the racks in a large baking pan. Leave to marinade for 30 min. Cook for 15 minutes then, without opening the oven, reduce the oven temperature to 150ºC and continue baking until the meat is nicely browned, about 3 hours or so. Serve and share with Chillichup.
Marinade With It
Infuse flavour and spice into meat or fish to make for a great bbq or oven baked dish.
Dress It Up
Mix with yoghurt or mayo for a fiery dressing or dip.