16 Spice Poultry Rub Set (Set of 2) by Bobby Flay
Rub generously on chicken, turkey or fish before cooking to add flavor and spice. Nothing conjures up a better image of bold flavors and a fiery grill than the mention of chef, restaurateur, cookbook author and television host Bobby Flay. More than 15 years after awakening palates across the countr... See complete description »
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Rub generously on chicken, turkey or fish before cooking to add flavor and spice.
Nothing conjures up a better image of bold flavors and a fiery grill than the mention of chef, restaurateur, cookbook author and television host Bobby Flay. More than 15 years after awakening palates across the country and changing the way America thinks about southwestern food, Bobby Flay launches a new line of trademark sauces and rubs.
The Mesa Grill and Bobby Flay Signature Collections - each based on Flay's favorite spice and flavor blend - were created to punch up the flavor of meats, seafood and poultry with ease. These unique combinations of sweet and savory flavors can bring out the master chef in every home.
This cooking rub is amazing. I add crushed red pepper flakes to give my chicken an extra zing.<br><br>
Smelling this rub, I didn't think it would be my cup of tea, but my wife and I both liked it a lot. It's got the familiar Flay heat to it, but it doesn't overpower. I recommend it.
There was hardly any taste. I was expecting something pretty fantastic and what a disappointment. I would never waste my money on this ever again.
I thought this was so good!! Our dinner was spectacular when we used this rub on our chicken. MMMMM :)
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