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Rib of beef with coffee rub.


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Looks great, did you make the Chimichurri yourself from scratch? Bought a dried version that you added red wine vinegar to the other week. Was very flavoursome, but a little salty for my taste. Looking for a decent pre-made or homemade recipe as it really livens a good piece of beef up.

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18 minutes ago, sotv said:

Looks great, did you make the Chimichurri yourself from scratch? Bought a dried version that you added red wine vinegar to the other week. Was very flavoursome, but a little salty for my taste. Looking for a decent pre-made or homemade recipe as it really livens a good piece of beef up.

I did yes, and the rub. For the chimichurri I didn't follow a recipe as there are so many variations on it, all chopped by hand though and not done in a whizzer, prefer the texture that way. This was quite a bit of parsley, some dried and a bit of fresh oregano, 1 long red chilli, 3 cloves of garlic, olive oil, red wine vinegar, a squeeze of lemon juice and some salt and pepper. 

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5 minutes ago, smash said:

How does the coffee rub taste with the meat? Looks beautiful 

It's quite a nice rub, no sugar in it so not sweet and has a nice bitter back note with savoury flavours, you can't really taste the coffee in it. Slight kick with the chilli but no overly so. I'll definitely be doing this again.

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8 minutes ago, tedmus said:

It's quite a nice rub, no sugar in it so not sweet and has a nice bitter back note with savoury flavours, you can't really taste the coffee in it. Slight kick with the chilli but no overly so. I'll definitely be doing this again.

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Thank you I will save it, I don’t really get a lot of time to smoke or grill lately but when I do I will be sure to try it.

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The thai chicken sate from book with thai peanut sauce served in lettuce leaves was great. Very tasty and easy to make. I used a foil shield too to protect the bamboo sticks. Sorry no photo as was in field no phone no camera loving the moment. At least I am getting some tailgate time in even if mine is the only bbq there so far. #dogwalkers bbq.

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