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Herby Fish Rub - Spicentice

Herby Fish Rub - Spicentice

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40g of fishy know-how!

"We promise cooks of all abilities really can 'make it' at home with our spice kits, rubs & chutneys..."Spicentice

With their range of 24 spice kits, 7 spice blends & rubs and 3 tasty chutneys to choose from, Spicentice offer some spicy inspiration for everyone - including ideas for meat, fish, vegetarian and side dishes.

Introducing Spicentice's new RUBS, inspired by recipes from around the world, for a simple way to add flavour to your dishes.

Whether you want to jazz up your teatime cheese on toast with a sprinkle of 'Italian' or impress the neighbours with a full-blown Moroccan tagine, there's a rub to help you 'make it' every time!

RUB into dry or oiled steaks, meat joints, chunky fish or seasonal root veggies before roasting, grilling or BBQ'ing.
SPRINKLE on soups, sauces, stir-fries and casseroles for a real depth of taste. Try sprinkling over baked or roast dishes towards the end of cooking time, to add a burst of fresh flavours before serving.
PASTE mix with olive oil or butter and a little soy sauce/balsamic vinegar to make a useful paste that can be added to pasta, soups, sauces and stuffings or used to liven up rice and couscous recipes. Try melting over a grilled or BBQ'd steak or roasted white fish!
CRUMB combine with breadcrumbs to make a stuffing or a coating for meat and fish before frying (great with paneer & halloumi cheese too). Makes a lovely crust topping on everything from grilled lamb chops to salmon steaks and veggie bakes.
BASTE mix with butter or oil to baste a plump chicken or your favourite cut of meat before roasting, grilling or BBQ'ing. Herby Fish Rub baste is perfect on chunky white fish and fat juicy prawns - just add a squeeze of lemon to the juices for a succulent sauce.
MARINADE mix with oil and/or wine/soy sauce/ lemon juice, depending on your recipe, to make a delicious marinade before grilling, roasting or BBQ'ing. (The Tandoori Blend mixed with yoghurt before marinading and grilling is perfect with chicken and salmon).
GLAZE combine with honey and/or oil/ balsamic vinegar to glaze slow cooked meats or to perk up roast root veggies. Add lemon juice to a HERBY FISH RUB glaze for a sweet, sticky finish to grilled fish kebabs and fish steaks.

Use the Herby Fish Rub to add flavour to your favourite fishy dishes:

• great in creamy fish pies

• rub into fish steaks before grilling

• marinade king prawns or scallops

• mix with creme fraiche and a squeeze of lemon juice to make a dill-infused dip - lovely with fish fingers or mackerel fillets

Ingredients: Coriander, Salt, Parsley, Dill, Sugar, Fennel, Garlic, Black Pepper, Onion, Lemon Peel, Ginger.

As with everything they make, Spicentice promise NO additives, NO preservatives, NO colouring and NO waste!

Store in a cool, dry place

Produce of various countries, blended and packed in the UK

The smart-looking collectible tins come with a handy little booklet with ideas on how to Rub, Sprinkle, Paste, Crumb, Baste, Marinade and Glaze using the 100% pure herbs & spices in each blend.

If there are any allergens in the ingredients they are marked as bold.

•  Suitable for Vegetarians

•  Suitable for Vegans

•  No artificial colours

•  No artificial flavours

•  No artificial preservatives

•  GM Free

•  Gluten Free

•  MSG Free
Produce of UK / Packed in UK

•  Manufacturer (or, UK Distributor / Reseller) :

    SpicenTice Ltd
    PO Box 7950
    Leicester
    LE4 7WY
    UK
Testimonial:

"Dear Spices of India, Thanks for such a good service. My items arrived today and I am really pleased with them. I will be ordering from you again once I start running low. It does help to have a source like yours up here in Aberdeen. We do have a reasonable size Asian population but there are no shops that out rightly sell stuff for cooking here, which is hard if you are a beginner starting out learning about it, like myself? Anyway Cheers!"

- Ed Walker