When you season food, a little can go a long way! Some foods only need a bit of salt and pepper. Others taste better if they’ve been floating in a tasty sauce. This is especially true of meats that are not very flavorful without a good “rub” on them. In this cooking with tea recipe, I’ll be sharing a cooking with tea rub that is sure to spice up any meat you decide to serve at your table. Ginger, paprika, garlic powder, yum!
When you think about a meat rub, you probably think of ribs. But because it is merely a mix of spices, a rub can go with any meat (and even veggies.) In this cooking with tea blog, I’m covering a cooking with tea rub made with oolong tea. There are so many benefits of including oolong in your diet that I won’t have time to write about in this cooking with tea blog, but you can read about them here.
For this particular cooking with tea rub recipe, there are only seven basic ingredients. The first is your tea leaves. This cooking with tea recipe calls for two tablespoons.
Then you’ll need:
Once you’ve gathered all of these ingredients, finely chop them in your blender. Then and add to fish or veggies of your choice!
Applying Your Rub
If you’re not sure how to apply your cooking with tea rub, follow this guide:
After trying this cooking with tea rub, reach out to me on social media and let me know what you think. I’d love to hear about other cooking with tea recipes you have as well.
Have a beauTEAful day!
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