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Bourbon Barrel Smoked Ribeye

USA Seasonings Bourbon Barrel Smoked Pepper Ribeye

Ingredients:2 - 1/2 inch thick ribeye steaks4 - teaspoons Bourbon Barrel Smoked Pepper4 - teaspoons Himalayan Pink Salt2 - Tablespoon Olive Oil2 - Tablespoons Compound Butter We selected a top-quality boneless ribeye with beautiful marbling and a cap and eye that are almost the same size. There are the requisite lumps of fat on the edges and in the middle of the ribeye, but most of the fat in the steak comes from the marbling. This renders into the meat while cooking and keeps it succulent. Look for steak that is a healthy red color and evenly sliced, for even...
by USA Seasonings on January 20, 2022
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Homestyle Ranch Dip Recipe

Homestyle Ranch Dip Recipe

This ranch dip is so easy anyone can make it. It only takes a few moments really, though the chilling process is a little bit longer. We left ours in the fridge overnight, but if you’re really in a rush you could make this before work and then have it with your dinner or nighttime snack. It’s good with vegetables, chips, or really anything else you want to dip. Our taste testers really enjoyed the cool flavor of the ranch. It was easily something that you could scoop up by the spoonful and eat it, curled up over the container...
by USA Seasonings on January 18, 2022
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nashville hot chicken chili recipe

Chunky Crockpot Chili Recipe

My wife has a list of kitchen equipment she just can’t live without, and in the top five, you’ll find her crockpot. As a mom of six, her crockpot is a timesaver and a stress saver. When she uses it, all she has to do is sip her wine and stir every once in a while. Her favorite thing to make in the crockpot is chili. She has TONS of recipes, but the easiest one is the one I like best. We call it Chunky Crockpot Chili. This recipe includes our USA Seasonings Nashville Hot Chicken. It’s not only awesome...
by USA Seasonings on March 12, 2021
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USA Seasonings - pork chop recipe

Florida Chops and Mixed Grub

We love cooking up pork chops on the skillet when the Florida weather keeps us from grilling outside. Many of our all-natural seasonings pair perfectly with pork, but the family favorite by far is our Sunshine State Seasoning. This salt-free blend was crafted for fish and chicken, but its savory citrus flavor just adds something amazing when it comes to chops. Our food loving munchkins gobble these things up like it’s candy Grandpa gave them right before bedtime, and their trying to devour it all before their mama sees. The best thing about our blends is you don’t really need...
by USA Seasonings on January 23, 2021
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USA Seasonings - white peppercorns

How To Use White Peppercorns

Tips From Our Kitchen White Peppercorns are often the pepper of choice in white- or light-colored dishes where they will blend in with the surrounding dish and not create a color contrast. Reach for it when making a bechamel, velouté, or hollandaise, or pork or chicken rillettes. It is a common spice in Thai cooking so try it in Panang curry or Thai-style baked chicken wings. It’s a great addition to light colored seafoods; have some with pan-seared halibut or crab fritters.White Peppercorns should always be creamy in color, not pure white, which indicates that they’ve been treated with peroxide to...
by USA Seasonings on January 09, 2021
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smoked applewood salt

How Our Smoked Salts Are Made

Are you wondering how our smoked salts are made? Here's how our applewood smoked salt is made. The flake salt used in this smoked applewood flake salt is produced by pressing sea salt with a large roller to compress the salt crystals into a flat, irregularly shaped flake. These "lamellose," or plate-like crystals, have a smooth surface and a low mass. This helps add to the crunch and the length of time that the salty flavor lingers on the tongue.After the salt has been flattened, it is cold-smoked in a process using hardwood that is both bark free and aromatic....
by USA Seasonings on January 09, 2021
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