Maple Habanero Rub


Maple Habanero Rub

Mae’s Seasonings Maple Habanero Rub is excellent on pork and chicken.  This Maple Habanero seasoning is a blend that includes (paprika, garlic, onion, habanero & spices) maple sugar, sea salt and lime. Mae’s Seasonings explode with robust flavours. Eliminate the guesswork and choose Mae’s Seasonings spice combinations that are made with no artificial preservatives.

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A BBQ Favourite: Maple Habanero Rub

Mae’s Seasonings Maple Habanero is a great rub for on or off the barbecue. This is excellent on pork, chicken, fish, and shellfish. Also, great addition to tacos, burritos, salsa, and BBQ sauces. This is a great rub when you like it a bit spicy. The habanero mixed with the maple sugar is a great combination for summer barbecues. Also great on corn on the cob or mixed in with a marinade. This can also be enjoyed by vegans or vegetarians by adding some to roasted veggies, yams, or chickpeas. Mae’s Seasonings is passionate about enhancing the flavour of your meals.

  • NO ADDITIVES OR PRESERVATIVES - Some brands put preservatives in seasoning blends to prolong the shelf life. Mae’s Seasonings doesn’t have any of these so that nothing comes between the pure natural flavours of the spices and herbs.
  • LOW SALT – Made with low salt so that you can taste the pure seasonings without all the sodium. Most seasonings are packed with salt, so they lack the flavour.
  • NATURALLY GLUTEN FREE AND VEGAN – This makes it possible for people with a wide variety of special diet restrictions to enjoy this divine spice. There is no animal products or gluten of in Mae’s Seasonings. All products are naturally gluten free but made in a facility where gluten is present.
  • PRODUCT OF CANADA – Mae’s seasonings is proudly made in beautiful British Columbia where we can screen the quality of our spices and confirm it maintains a high standard of excellence.

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Maple Habanero Rub is a blend of spices that is composed of spices common in Mexican   cooking. This is a great blend for your summer cooking if you like it a bit spicy. The maple sugar with the habanero pepper creates the perfect balance of hot and sweet and lime and savoury ingredients rounds out the flavours perfectly. This is a great addition for your summer cookouts for the person who likes it a bit spicy.

Habanero - is a hot variation of the chili pepper. When unripe, they are green, and they colour as they grow. The most common colour variants are orange and red. Typically, a ripe habanero is  1 — 3 inches long. Habanero chili peppers are very hot, rated 100,000–350,000 on the Scoville scale. Their heat, and fruity flavour make it a popular ingredient in hot sauces and other spicy foods.

The most familiar orange habanero pepper has a tropical, fruity flavour that make these peppers favoured among home cooks and chefs. These peppers are typically used in salsas, hot sauces, BBQ sauces, marinades, and chutneys. You could also make a peach habanero jelly or infuse into cooking oils or alcohols such as vodka, tequila, or whiskey. They pair well with fruits such as mango, peaches, and pineapple. When fresh, these peppers will keep for 1-2 weeks in the refrigerator.

It is important to note that gloves should be worn when handling these peppers as they can profoundly irritate the skin and eyes. The oil residue in these peppers will stay on your hands even after washing them with soap.

Another popular variety is the Caribbean red habanero. This type is easily 4 times hotter but also harder to find. In 1999, the Habanero was listed by Guinness World Records as the world’s hottest pepper, but it has since been replaced with the Carolina Reaper in 2017. And the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Pepper is a close second hottest chili pepper.

Maple Sugar - Maple sugar is maple syrup that has been boiled down until it forms a granular sugar. This is a great natural alternative to refined sugar.

Maple syrup is most affiliated with Canada, as Canada is its largest producer. The national flag of Canada also features a large red maple leaf. Most of the Canada's maple syrup is produced in Quebec. As the leading maple syrup producer in Canada, Quebec has by far the largest number of maple farms. Mae’s Seasonings does in fact get their maple sugar from Quebec.

It is believed that the harvesting of maple syrup dates to the indigenous people of North America that turned the tree sap into syrup and sugar. The production of maple syrup and sugar began between settlers in the late 1700s and early 1800s.

Maple sugar was the earliest form of sugar produced in Canada and remained the typical sweetener until the 1850s with the foundation of a cane sugar refining company in Montreal.

SUGGESTED USAGE:  1 – 2 tbsp per 1 lb of meat

Additional information

Weight .80 kg
Dimensions 14 × 9 × 2.54 cm


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