Exquisite Seasoning from The Spice House
A mix of onion and garlic powders, black peppercorns, cumin and Mexican oregano, adobo is a flavorful seasoning for meats and vegetables. Originally used in Spain and Portugal to conserve meat, today Uruguayans use it in mojo sauce, Mexicans in puerco Yucateco, and it is also the first dish every Filipino cook learns to make.
- 2.7 oz.
North of the South Branch of the Chicago River, and east of Ashland Avenue is the area known as Pilsen. Historically a gateway for many newly-arrived immigrant groups, it gradually became a neighborhood for Chicago's Latino community. We named this seasoning in honor of this population. It is a adobo-style blend that gets a nice bite from a few crushed red chile peppers. Rub on 1 teaspoon per pound for chicken, chops, steaks, fish or ribs. It is also great added to salsa or guacamole for a little pizzazz. Hand mixed from: coarse Kosher flake salt, garlic onion powders, Mexican oregano, ground Indian cumin, Tellicherry black pepper, cayenne red pepper, hot red pepper flakes, and sugar.