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Excellent, me and the family had this rub tonight!
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Re: dry rub chicken recipes?

I did a whole filet Saturday night.

I find it best to let it rest uncovered in the fridge a day or so, to lose some excess water, then lubricate it with olive oil and either grill it or pan fry it (or eat it raw, thinly sliced).

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I did a whole filet Saturday night.

I find it best to let it rest uncovered in the fridge a day or so, to lose some excess water, then lubricate it with olive oil and either grill it or pan fry it (or eat it raw, thinly sliced).

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We tend to roast a whole (steak) fillet; my wife likes hers a little more cooked than mine, so we find this way works well, especially when it's thinner at one end, as is common.
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I did a whole filet Saturday night.

I find it best to let it rest uncovered in the fridge a day or so, to lose some excess water, then lubricate it with olive oil and either grill it or pan fry it (or eat it raw, thinly sliced).

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We tend to roast a whole (steak) fillet; my wife likes hers a little more cooked than mine, so we find this way works well, especially when it's thinner at one end, as is common.
I do a combination of these two if it's a whole fillet. I sear it first in a pan and then finish it off in the oven for a few minutes.
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This is the standard dry rub I always make up (usually 3x this batch at a time):

1 tsp ground habanero (I dry and grind my own)

2 tbsp onion powder

2 tsp dried thyme

2 tsp ground allspice

1 tsp ground black pepper

1/2 tsp ground cinnamon

1/2 tsp garlic powder

1/4 tsp cloves

Great on tuna steaks as well!

Tom

P.S. adjust amounts according to taste, I generally add more habanero and garlic.
Maybe it's silly but what is Habanero and what kind of spice is 'all spice' a mix of spices for chicken or what? Danke
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Maybe it's silly but what is Habanero and what kind of spice is 'all spice' a mix of spices for chicken or what? Danke
Allspice is a spice, (Pimento in German).

Habanero is a type of chile pepper.

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