Probably my best selling blend at Portland Spice Co.
Using ancho chili as the base really adds an earthy depth and a true chili flavor that you just can't find in a paprika (the base of many BBQ blends)--in my opinion! The mellow flavor of the maple sugar marries well with the smoky heat of the chipotle.
Use Sweet Smoky Fire as a dry-rub for traditional bbq or to really bring out it's maple sweetness without charring the spice, sautee in butter or olive oil. In either case let the spices rest on the meat until they appear moist.
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ingredients available. Below please find a list of ingredients for Sweet Smoky Fire:
100% Pure Maine Maple Sugar
Celtic Sea Salt
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Caroline’s Sweet Smokey Fire Chocolate Bark
- 1 lb Semi-Sweet Chocolate
- 1½ - 2 tsp ReginaSpices: Sweet Smokey Fire
- ½ Cup Dried Tart Cherries
- ¼ Cup Pepitas/pumpkin seeds (raw, unsalted)
- ¼ - ½ tsp medium coarse Celtic Sea Salt, or Kosher Salt
Line an 11 x 7 baking sheet with parchment paper.
cherries onto parchment. Melt the chocolate on the stove over low heat
stirring until it’s completely melted, remove from heat, then mix in 1 ¼
tsp of Sweet, Smokey Fire.Don’t over heat the chocolate.
Pour chocolate over cherries (I swirl and shake the pan to distribute the chocolate).
Sprinkle the remaining Sweet, Smokey Fire over chocolate, then sprinkle the pepitas and finally the sea salt.
Chill in the freezer for 15 min or until set and breakable.
Break chocolate into pieces and refrigerate for a couple of hours.
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