Looking for a way to spice up your dinner plans? This Butt Kickin’ dry rub will do just that. With a chipotle kick, this flavorful spice can make any meal take your breath away. The Butt Kickin’ Babe dry rub will spice up your protein, veggie, or side dish. You can use it sparingly to add a little spice or dump it on for a big kick. In addition, you can make an accompanying remoulade using our recipe. This sauce will go great to top your protein or veggie and can double as a dipping sauce for crackers, chips, or bread.

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    1. Hi Kathleen,

      There are recipes in Tips and Techniques.

      I add 1-2 Tablespoons of Butt Kickin to my spaghetti sauce.

      Butt Kickin Hamburgers

      1 pound hamburger, ground turkey, or ground chicken
      2 Tablespoons Butt Kicken
      1 Med onion diced and sauteed
      1 Beaten egg
      Dash of salt

      Let onions cool, mix all in a mixing bowl. Shape into hamburger patties; if desired, add cubed quarter-inch cheddar cheese if an extra cheesiness is on the taste buds. Grill or fry burgers, and for an added layer of tastiness, serve the burgers on garlic toasted buns, lettuce, tomatoes, and onions.

      Lamb kebab’s

      1 Red Bell Pepper cut into 1 1/2 cubes
      1 Yellow Bell pepper cut into 1 1/2 cubes
      1 purple or yellow onion cut into 1/8th quarters
      1 Pound lamb cubed
      2 zucchini cut one inch thick rounds
      1 tablespoon Olive oil or Avacado oil
      2 Tablespoons or to taste Butt Kickin Seasoning
      4-6 Skewers

      In a large bowl, put all ingredients together toss to coat. Skewer meat, onion, bell pepper, and zucchini repeat till you fill the skewer leaving at least a 2-inch handle at the base of the skewer. Grill the skewers till the lamb reaches 160 degrees for well done.
      Serve with rice or a fresh salad.

      Butt Kickin Chicken

      Dry rub chicken parts with Butt Kicken and let sit for 45 mins. Roast or BBQ chicken till the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees. Serve as a main entree or over salad or shredded into a wrap containing lettuce, tomato, swiss cheese, and a salad dressing or guacamole.

      I hope this helps, and I will check on the website to ensure more recipes are posted to help your food imagination turn on delicious thoughts and ideas.

      Happy cooking!


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