Hawaiian Pineapple Rub
Our Hawaiian Pineapple Rub has the flavor you expect when you think of Hawaii, namely Sweet Pineapple. We crafted the rub with Brown Sugar and Maple Sugar for the sweetness, with Pineapple Juice Powder for the pineapple flavor. Along with other spices, we have created a seasoning which can be used as a rub, a sprinkle, or made into a marinade or glaze for your dishes.
One of our ideas was to create a rub which would make a delicious rub and glaze for a ham or ham slices. Pineapple is a traditional flavor paired with ham as a glaze or rub. You can also us it in the same way on Pork Chops or on a roast. Rubbed or glazed it adds a wonderful flavor to your Chicken dishes.
Use approximately 1 Tablespoon per pound on your meat. Refrigerate for an hour or more to let the flavors develop.
To use as a glaze, mix 1 Cup of Hawaiian Pineapple Rub with 1 to 2 Tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar, adjusting the vinegar so that you have a thick, honey-like consistency, so it sticks to your ham or other meat. You can also add to a sauce pan, and heat on medium-low until the rub melts to a honey consistency.
We also have a Korean BBQ Rub, which can be substituted for the Hawaiian Rub. The Korean BBQ Rub has the traditional soy sauce, sesame flavors, along with the brown sugar.
Brown Sugar, Maple Sugar, Pineapple Powder, Chile Powder, Sugar, Smoked Paprika, Salt, Citric Acid, Spices