Thursday, March 1, 2012

Char Crust Review....

"Looking to spice up the standard chicken breast or goof-proof the cooking of that prime beef tenderloin? Professional chefs and home cooks alike are ever searching for unique, simple ways to impress guests whether in a five-star restaurant or at a home party.   
Char Crust® dry-rub seasonings were originally developed in 1957 to give steaks a flavorful charred-like crust while sealing in natural, succulent juices. They are now used nationwide to enhance a variety of dishes from beef, lamb, and pork, to poultry and seafood. The premium seasonings have become a popular secret ingredient at restaurants and home kitchens.

Dry-rub seasoning flavors include Original Hickory Grilled, Roasted Garlic Peppercorn, Ginger Teriyaki, Hickory & Molasses, Smoky Spicy Southwest, Amazin’ Cajun, All American Barbecue, Sun-Dried Tomato & Garlic, and Roto Roast. Chefs simply rub the blends of premium herbs, spices and other natural ingredients onto the surface of uncooked meat or fish, then broil, bake, grill, pan-sear, roast, or sauté.

Char Crust® rubs also fit many food lifestyles, such as low-fat, low-carb, or low-calorie diets, as each three-gram serving contains zero fat, one or two carbs, and no more than nine calories. All Char Crust® rubs are also certified kosher.
Four-ounce packages retail at $5.49 and are sold online at Products can also be found at butcher shops, gourmet food stores, and grocery stores nationwide. The seasonings are also sold to restaurants primarily through Sysco's ChefEx program. Chefs at popular restaurants in all 50 states depend on Char Crust® rubs to prepare signature menu items."

What we thought:  We used our Roasted Garlic Peppercorn Char Crust on big, juicy rib eyes.  It was fantastic!!  It was easy to use, easy to clean up and really gave our steaks a delicious flavor.  This rub has a great combination of spices and really crusted up nicely.  I can't wait to try the other blends:)  ABCD Diaries gives Char Crust an A+!

Disclosure: ABCD Diaries was given samples for review purposes only. We were in no other way compensated. The opinions expressed in this post are ours and ours alone.

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