Make Your Own Organic Herb Rub and My Grilled Pork Chop Recipe!

Greetings Friends! There is something about food cooked on the grill that just tastes better! Today I'm sharing my easy herb rub recipe sure to complement your grilled favorites...

Etsy: Secret Garden Herbs


For herb rub, I prefer dried herbs because they are more potent than fresh. I have used this rub on fish, chicken, pork, steak and even grilled corn on the cob! All you need is one tablespoon each of organic dried thyme, oregano and rosemary, plus one teaspoon of culinary lavender. I use a mortar and pestle to blend, which also releases the herbs' natural flavors, but don't worry about getting the pieces too small. About an hour before grilling, the herbs can be rubbed into the meat or veggie of your preference.

Etsy: Secret Garden Herbs

For my grilled pork chops:  Add one tablespoon herb rub to one tablespoon Blood Orange infused olive oil and brush on before grilling.  Grill on medium heat about three minutes on each side.  Enjoy! 

Etsy: Secret Garden Herbs

Have you made your own herb mixes or spices? Share the love! 





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8 comments:

  1. Yummy ... love grilled pork chops. Looks so good and I know you grow all your organic herbs in you "secret garden".
    Thanks for sharing.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  2. I have never made my own rub before. This is the first year that I have planted herbs, so I am looking at be able to use them soon. Thanks for inspiration! Hugs, Jo

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  3. Will be sure to do this. Sounds delicious!

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  4. Yum! Can I come over for supper? :) I will have to try making my own rub sometime - thanks for the inspiration. Hugs!

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  5. That looks amazing! Thanks for linking up to our #EBTKS link up!

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  6. You had me at Blood Orange Infused Olive Oil...YUM!!! I will definitely be giving this rub a try before the warmer temperatures fade away! But i bet this would be really good on the stove, too!

    Thanks for sharing this with us at the Everything But the Kitchen Sink link up!

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  7. I love using rubs and make one from Paula Deen. I will be giving this a try. Thanks for sharing it with SYC. Pinned.
    hugs,
    Jann

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