Who would have believed that while strolling through the local Shopright last night that I would come across the afore mentioned product. Needless to say, I picked up a bag of the original hickory and also a bag of the smoky spicy southwest. Now whilst I was merely out to gather some milk for the young one, this prompted a detour to the butcher. Picked up 3 nice new york strips and the adventure was about to get underway. I dredged the 3 cuts in the mixture, coating evenly on all sides and placed them in the broiler for 5 minutes the first side, and 4 minutes the other. They came out to a nice medium. I must say that I was thoroughly impressed with the outcome- sweet, spicy, sour, everything was present. Nice color and texture as well. Highly recommend this one. Thank you guest. As for the ingredients:
Original Hickory- Processed wheat, salt, sugar, spices, caramel color, hydrolyzed soy & corn protein, paprika, mustard, natural hickory smoke.
Spicy Southwest- Processed wheat, salt, sugar, chili peppers (red, ancho, chipoltle), spices, onion, garlic, cilantro, caramel color, natural mesquite smoke flavor, hydrolyzed soy and corn protein, paprika.
Good luck with the "spices" portion. it shouldn't be too hard for the vets out there to figure it out. Cheers
No, it ain't burnt- it's barbecue