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  • 1 tbsp toasted, ground, Cumin seed

  • 1 tbsp toasted, ground, coriander seed

  • 2 tbsp dried Chilli (no to hot)

  • 1 tbsp black pepper corns

  • 1 tbsp white pepper corns

  • 2 tbsp dried Oregano

  • 1 tsp sweet Paprika

  • 1 tsp salt


  • 1.

    Mix and grind all. Leave a little coarse.

  • 2.

    Rub on meat and stand overnight.

  • 3.

    On a hot grill, grill on both sides, until medium rare, rest for a few minutes and slice thinly.

  • 4.

    Great with fresh lemon squeezed on top or Salad of spring onions, coriander, red capsicum and sliced cucumber.

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Posted by Melissa201Report
Have been looking for something to spice up some ordinary cuts of meat for a while, look forward to trying this during the week!
Posted by Melissa201Report
Tried this over teh weekend.It has a very distinctive indian flavour. The kids absoullutey loved it. Would go well with chicken too!
Posted by naesReport
That rub could be used on so many dishes, Adrian your starting to show the others up, ha ha big fan.