There are many different ways one can use rubs in the preparation of grilling vegetables.
When preparing vegetables and meats using Rubs, you need to take this time to add flavor as well as tenderizing. When deciding on how to use a rub for your vegetables, you can look to some of the same spices and seasonings for your vegetables as you do the meat. Sprinkling the vegetables with rub, you get an overall coating, which guarantees more even taste.
You will find a variety of ingredients you can use, and turning your dry rub into a paste rub can be accomplished with a small amount of liquid added. Why a liquid rub on vegetables? Well its simple a paste ensures that the rub stays on the vegetable giving it a real flavor. If you use sugar in your rub then do so in small amounts since sugar melts and burns.
Proper Preparation of Rubs, What Marks a Great Rub From a So, So One.
When preparing a great rub, you need to start out with the dry ingredients first blending them well and it is a paste rub add your liquid to it then. Remember that the seasonings you use can change the taste from good to either great or good to bad. Experimenting and tasting the rub is important and should be done before you place it on the vegetables.
Proper Preparation of Vegetables for Rubbing and the Rubbing Process.
Make sure your vegetables have been cleaned thoroughly and any bad places on them removed. When preparing the vegetables for heavy-duty foils or kabobs, you should consider using the rub first and then dicing them accordingly. Make sure you have extra rub on hand to cover any newly exposed places on the vegetables.
How Long to Rub Your Vegetables Before Cooking.
I know this might seem silly but it is important. Knowing how long to rub your vegetable is important in getting the flavor just right. Depending on the toughness of the vegetables and the type of you could end up applying the rub the night before grilling. You should rub the seasonings on the vegetable for an average of 5 to 10 minutes. When applying the rub make sure it covers the vegetable.
Pro’s and Con’s to Letting Rubs Stay on for Long Time Compared to Short Time.
If the vegetable is tougher or you want more of the rubs flavor permeating the vegetable then longer is better. Yet the con is that you have to start earlier and the longer it stays on the stronger the flavor of the rub.
Once you have made the rub, you need to store it in an airtight container or use immediately. If you are storing the rub measure out how much you believe you will need from the container to your work area; by doing this you will ensure that the rest of the rub does not get contaminated by the food. Use plastic bowls, plastic bags or glass containers only, never use metal or paper to store your rub.
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