“What are the best rubs for chicken?”
“What are some good spices for grilled chicken?”
“What’s the best seasoning for chicken?” If you’re looking for answers to some of these questions, then look no further. Many Americans strive to eat healthy diets. In fact, an American consumes an excess of 83 pounds of chicken per year- a number that has been steadily increasing since the 1940s. Chicken has been the most consumed protein in America since 2010, so it’s no surprise that questions involving cooking chicken are popular. If you’re tired of the same old chicken and want it to taste good, try a high-quality seasoning such as the Champion Habanero Mango Rub. This rub will be sure to surprise your palate through its different layers of taste and a refreshing change from your usual, bland chicken.
It’s easy to become used to the same old flavors and recipes within one’s household. Sometimes, it can be hard to think outside of the box and deliver a dish that stands out from the day-to-day rut of routine. That’s why we’ve made it easy for you to find new ways to spice up your meals. Through careful selection, we have chosen to distribute the best spices on the market for you to add to your spice rack. The best part is that these spices are a simple way to achieve a variation in flavors!
The Champion Habanero Mango Rub will give your taste buds a tart yet spicy kick that is rounded out by earthy and citrusy notes. Before using this rub, you’ll want to ask yourself how much heat you can handle. The Habanero results in a sudden heat that dies quickly and doesn’t leave your mouth aflame. Because cayenne pepper is hot yet lacking in the flavor of chile peppers, the chicken rub uses the more expensive Habanero pepper to achieve a flavorful heat. Hand-blended with habanero, ancho, onion, amchur (also known as dried mango), garlic, cumin, cloves, spearmint, coriander, and cilantro, the Champion Habanero Mango Rub is a quality product that will result in a quality meal.
This blend has Caribbean hints due to the dried mango. This results in a subtle tartness that sets the blend apart from other chicken rubs. The Ancho chile is used as a base because its mild yet fruity flavor pairs well with dried mango, and it also balances some of the heat from the habanero.
As a helpful hint, we recommend that you start using this spicy chicken rub with caution until you know how much heat it packs. One teaspoon per pound is a safe starting point. If this isn’t spicy enough for you, simply increase the amount of rub until you get the desired heat from your meals.
Looking for more ways to add flavor to your food? If you’re a fan of Habanero seasonings, then you’ll also enjoy the Champion Habanero Hot Salt, which adds salty spice to your dishes of choice. If you’re looking for additional seasonings to transform boring chicken into tasty dishes, then also try the top-selling Champion Jamaican Jerk Seasoning, the Champion Smoky Citrus Salt, and the Champion Smoked Sweet Paprika that we carry.