There’s not a lot of prepackaged rubs that I love, because most of them are some form of paprika, salt, and pepper which anyone can make at home and tweak to their individual tastes. On the other hand, Kirk from AlbuKirky just keeps bringing it. I enjoy his Green Chile Rub just as much as his Red Chile rub – although it lacks the more exciting red color.
Outside the Bottle
The copywriting is simple and friendly and gives specific guidance on where it’s going to taste the best. I didn’t get a chance to try it out on fish, although I did try it on pork and poultry.
Ingredients are simple: Sea salt, garlic, black pepper, green chile powder, and other spices.
Inside the Bottle:
The middle one there had the Green Chile while the others had Red Chile rub.
This stuff was tasty and adds a lot to the taste of your food – focused on mainly white meats. It’s a lot more smooth of a taste and just gave enough of a chile flavor without overpowering the taste of the food (in this case chicken). Give it a shot.