New England Rub - Barbecue Spice Blend
The name New England was coined in 1616 by an English explorer named John Smith.
Today, this region includes Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Vermont.
Boston was making barbecued food decades before any other well-known barbecue cities. You have heard of Kansas City BBQ and Memphis BBQ, right?
New England Rub - is the real way to eat barbecue.
There will be no slathering of sticky, overpowering sauces. Our New England Rub is the way barbecued food should be. This blend has a distinct New England flavor, thanks to the addition of genuine Vermont maple sugar. It goes well with steaks, hamburgers, pork ribs, chicken, vegetables, and seafood.
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Ingredients*: Vermont maple sugar, brown sugar, kosher salt, chili powder, smoked paprika, cayenne pepper, thyme, garlic powder, black pepper, spices, onion powder. *all natural rice powder added to reduce caking
Packaged on equipment that also works with peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and wheat. Our facilities store packaged tree nuts, soy, and dairy items in common areas.
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How spicy ( hot) are your rubs/ seasoning mixes? Are there any that are mild, please?
Hello, thank you for your question. Many of our spice blends have no heat (no cayenne pepper or red chili flakes). So most are pretty mild when it comes to heat. Since we mixed all of our spice blends to order. we can also make something spicy or spicier or leave out the heat altogether. This blend, "New England Rub" only has a little cayenne pepper and is not spicy.
Do you use Monosodium glutamate in your blends?
Thank you for the question. No. We do not use Monosodium Glutamate in any of our spice blends.
How much salt is used in your spices?
The amount of salt and the type of salt vary with each of our spice blends as well as the amount of the spice blend 1/4c. 1/2c, or 1c. We have many spice blends that have no salt. There is a link to no-salt blends in the menu on the left side of the store page. https://bostonspice.com/collections/no-salt-seasoning-blends
We are unable to tell you the exact amounts due to our propriety recipes. In general, our ingredient list show in descending order of predominance by weight of each ingredient in their respective blend. Also, since we make no nutritional claims, we are not required to have nutritional information posted.
Since we freshly mix all spice blends to order, if there is a blend that you are interested in and it contains salt, we can always leave it out. That will affect the flavor, but we can leave it out if you want.
I hope that helps.