PEACH TEA BBQ RUB
The origins of this recipe stem from Certified Master Chef Rich Rosendale’s time at the Greenbrier in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia. This was a popular barbecue rub he used at Kate's Mountain Lodge, a rustic venue at the Greenbrier. It is a little expensive to make, given the amount of tea that goes into it, but it is worth making a batch. Luckily, a little bit goes a long way!
- Servings 4
- Dish Rubs
- Time 30 minutes
- Skill Home Cooks
Peach Tea BBQ RUB ingredients
Peach Tea BBQ RUB
Place all ingredients inside a food processor (preferably a Robot Coupe) compartment and pulse until ingredients are completely blended and homogenous.
If desired, you can pass the mix through a strainer to make sure you eliminate any remaining lumps.
To reserve, place mix inside a mason jar with a secure lid (optional).