Ankerkraut BBQ Rub "Pull that Piggy", Package, 750 g

For the US specialty dish "Pulled Pork"

£18.35

(£24.47 / kg, Price shown includes 5% VAT. - Excludes delivery costs)

Contents: Package, 750 g

Delivery by Monday, 22 April if you order by Monday at 00:00.

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Features & Advantages

  • Slightly smoky flavor
  • With Chipotle Jalapenos
  • Goes well with many meat dishes

Item no.: XPI-AK-4260347894601, Content: 750 g, EAN: 4260347894601

Description

The Ankerkraut Rub "Pull that Piggy" is a slightly spicy dry rub made for the well-known US BBQ specialty called "Pulled Pork". Pulled pork is characterized by slow, low temperature cooking. You take a piece of 2-5 kg pork shoulder or neck, drizzled it with oil or rub it with mustard or another moist dressing (helping the Rub stick better). Then you rub it generously with our Pulled Pork Rub and marinate it for 12-24 hours in an airtight wrap (best wrapped in cellophane). Then the meat is ready to grill or slow cook- there are hundreds of ways to prepare it!

Product Features: Vegetarian, Dye-free, Free from artificial flavours, Free from flavour enhancers
Country of Origin: Germany
Seen on:: Höhle der Löwen
Series: Series 3
Brands: Ankerkraut
Ingredients

Pull that Piggy

  • Sweet Paprika
  • Sea salt
  • Raw cane sugar
  • Onions
  • Garlic
  • Black Pepper
  • Cumin
  • Celery
  • Oregano
  • Smoked Jalapenos
    • Jalapeño chillies
    • Smoke
  • Bay Leaves

May contain traces of mustard and celery.

Nutritional Information

Pull that Piggy

Pull that Piggy per 100 g
Energy Content / Calories1089 / 260 kjs / kcals
Fat4,4 g
  from Saturated Fats0,7 g
Carbohydrates42 g
  from Sugar37 g
Protein7,2 g
Salt26,1 g
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