Texas

Texas Style
29 Point BBQ Rub
Price: $9.95

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  Howdy! Welcome to the Lone Star State! Deep in the Heart of Texas you’ll want to take the time to sit back, relax and enjoy some authentic Texas barbeque and it doesn’t get any better than this! Just like other styles Texas has different areas of the state each having their own unique BBQ flavor. Texas BBQ focuses on beef. Depending upon where you are there might be a little chicken or pork ribs, but primarily beef. We’re talking beef brisket, and beef ribs Y’all! It’s the smoke and the heat, not the flame that cooks the meat. Low and slow over coals and/or wood is the method used here. Sauces tend to be thin and bold; more like a basting or mop sauce. Dry rubs are used in generous amounts. Our Texas Dry Rub is bold in flavor from the various kinds of ground chili’s, and savory with a bite of heat. If you want your barbeque wet we have the perfect recipe for dunking your meat into the mop bucket prior to plating. 4.00oz. (113g)
Traditional Uses:

  • Beef
  • Beef Brisket
  • Beef Ribs
  • Chicken (Occasionally)
  • Pork (Occasionally)
Traditional Uses:
Mesquite and Hickory are the choice for a bold beef flavor. Try Oak and Pecan on pork products, or mix with Cherry, Apple or Alder wood for a sweeter flavor.

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Recipes

Texas Mopping Sauce

2 garlic cloves, minced
½ C. yellow onion, chopped
1 T. olive oil
½ C. Apple cider vinegar
½ C. tomato sauce
1/3 C. Worcestershire sauce
1 T. soy sauce
¼ C. olive oil
1 12oz. bottle beer
2 bay leaves
3 T. Zesty Moose Texas Style BBQ Rub

Method:

In a skillet, over medium heat add the 1 T. olive oil. Sauté the onion and garlic for 1-2 minutes until
onions are transparent. In a heavy duty sauce pan, add the onions, garlic and remaining ingredients.
Whisk until well blended. Cover and cook on low simmer for 30 minutes. Let sauce cool completely and
place into a squeeze bottle or jar. Sauce must be refrigerated.

Yields: 3 Cups

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