Coffee Spice Rub. This homemade coffee rub is the ultimate rub when you want to bring a savory and slightly spicy flavor to your meat. The ingredient that ties this rub all together is the earthy flavor of the coffee, making it a perfect rub for beef. Coffee rub is a wonderfully versatile rub.
Use to caramelize and sear a tasty steak. Try on other meats like pork and chicken. Add to chili, sauces, and more. You can cook Coffee Spice Rub using 8 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Coffee Spice Rub
- It’s 2 tsp of Onion Powder.
- It’s 2 tbsp of Granulated Sugar.
- It’s of Whole Spices.
- It’s 3 tbsp of Coffee Beans or Grounds.
- It’s 1 tbsp of Sea Salt.
- It’s 2 of Cardamom Pods.
- It’s 2 of Cloves.
- You need 2 tbsp of Coriander.
This Baby Back Ribs With Coffee Spice Rub are made with a unique coffee rub mixture that features a hint of cocoa. If you're a sauce fan, we've also included an option for a "mop" sauce. Good ribs don't need sauce, but this Coffee Mop Sauce gives that extra zing of flavor. While the meat is cooking, you brush the sauce onto the ribs with a mop or basting brush.
Coffee Spice Rub step by step
- Add all whole spices to a spice grinder and grind until a fine powder is reached..
- Pour ground spices into Ziploc bag and add onion powder and sugar. Shake vigorously until mixed..
Allow the coffee rubbed steaks to rest until they reach room temperature. The amount of coffee spice rub was just right for the meat, and it provided a highly seasoned result that was pretty to look at and really tasty. The coffee provides a deep, pleasantly charred quality that is a really interesting background flavor. Tried and True: Kona Coffee Spice Rub This sweet and savory Kona Coffee Spice Rub is the ultimate coffee rub for your favorite steaks, burgers or grilling recipes Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links of products that I adore. Omit the chile de árbol if you want a milder rub.