Talking about a duck that Jim prepared this weekend using the Poultry Rub Blend, Brian says this particular blend is, of course, great on any kind of poultry. However, just because the label says “poultry” doesn’t mean you are limited to using it in that way only. The Poultry Rub, as well as the extensive line of other Hi Mountain Seasonings products, can be used to season different meats, fish, veggies, eggs and more. The flavor profiles are universal, and they work well across the board in a lot of different preparations. Brian also highlights the Hi Mountain Bacon Seasonings. Fact: Bacon is delicious. It’s hard to make bacon any better than it already is. However, you might as well put your fat pants on now, because when you dress that bacon up with some Black Pepper and Brown Sugar Bacon Seasoning, Pineapple Sriracha Seasoning or Sticky Bun Bacon Seasoning you won’t want to quit eating! Brian talks about a quick and simple recipe he threw together last year on a spring turkey hunt where he wrapped a hotdog in bacon and then shook on some of the Hi Mountain Bacon Seasoning. The result was delicious, elevating the flavor of the hotdog. This particular dish has become one of my kids’ favorite dinners. If you are a steak lover, then you need to get your hands on the Hi Mountain Steak Rub. Perfectly mixed to get just the right amount of heat, salt and savory notes, the Steak Rub can be easily shaken on the cut of meat you’ll be grilling. Once it hits the grill and sears, you can enjoy the crunchy outer crust it creates, plus one serious punch of flavor that complements the meat, without masking the flavor.
Because spring is upon us, people frequently ask how to prepare the wild turkey(s) they’ve scored. Turkey is a meat that can be rather unforgiving, drying out and ending up bland if you aren’t careful. Brian says he often makes Turkey Jerky using the Hi Mountain Wild Turkey Bourbon Blend Jerky Kit or the Wild Turkey Apple Blend Jerky Kit. Jerky is a huge hit with virtually every human being, I’ve never met someone who didn’t like jerky. If you don’t want to make jerky, Brian says he’ll often debone the turkey separating the breasts, drumsticks and thighs so they can be prepared in any number of ways. In order to avoid dryness, brining is a handy tool to use. A brine replaces the blood in the animal with great flavor and helps the meat retain moisture through the cooking process. Turkey nuggets are also a fun and delicious way to prepare your turkey. Brian says he makes turkey nuggets and it’s super simple. All he does is cube the pieces and then drop them into a flour dredge that is also spiced up with Hi Mountain Chipotle Burger seasoning and then fry them on a flat top griddle. They hold their moisture well and taste phenomenal. Yet another delicious preparation for wild turkey is by turning it into sausage using Hi Mountain Spicy Apple Maple Breakfast Sausage.
The great thing about the wide variety of seasonings from Hi Mountain Seasonings is their versatility. Each seasoning medley is expertly crafted with a variety of flavors in just the right quantities. You don’t need a pantry full of individual spices and herbs, instead Hi Mountain Seasonings puts the time into perfecting different flavor profiles to help you add a huge punch of flavor to your food. Taco Seasonings, Fajita Seasoning, Venison Rub, Steak Rub, Rib Rub, Italian Herb and the list goes on - using Hi Mountain Seasonings you can flavor virtually any dish and know that it will come out tasting the way you want it to. Bottom line, they make cooking easier. Listen in as Brian Tucker of Hi Mountain Seasonings talks about the large selection of flavors they have to make cooking awesome dishes a breeze.
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