Monthly Archives: April 2011

Marinated Pork Loin Steaks

We hope everyone had a fabulous Easter with your friends and family! For Easter dinner we decided to do a deep fried turkey using our Rack Ragin’ Cajun Seasoning and kosher salt as a rub. It was a big hit! Our blends are so versatile so I’m always excited when we come up with new recipes for our blends! I know everyone doesn’t have a deep fryer so I have another favorite recipe for you using our Cajun as a liquid marinade for pork. This is so easy, and it is one of our “Timer Saver” recipes you will here me talking about.

2-4 1/2 inch thick pork loin steaks
¼ Cup Olive Oil
¼ Cup Red Wine Vinegar
¼ Cup Water
3 Tbls. Rack Ragin’ Cajun Seasoning

In a bowl, whisk together the olive oil, red wine vinegar, water, and Cajun Seasoning.

Place pork loins in a dish and cover with the liquid marinade. Marinade in the refrigerator for 2 hours or overnight. Over night is better, but I want you to make the dish so if you only have 2 hours it will still give you great flavor! Remove the pork from the refrigerator 30 minutes before cooking, as cold meat directly placed on the grill will tend to be tough.

You can bake this in the oven as well. We like to grill it at medium heat, depending on the thickness of the cut, you’ll want to grill 5 min, turn over and cook on the other side for 5 min, repeat if necessary.


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Mediterranean Pizza

We just love pizza, and we have come up with a new recipe using one of our newest products that we have just released, Tuscan Herb and Garlic Bread Dipping Blend. It is really easy, healthy and full of flavor. Here is the recipe. The product is now available for purchase on our website:

1 11oz. pkg. Pillsbury thin crust square refrigerated pizza dough
1 C. spinach leaves
½ 14oz. can artichoke hearts chopped
½ C. green bell pepper sliced
1/3 C. black olives sliced
6-8 mushrooms sliced
1/3 C. red onion sliced
4oz. feta cheese
2 tsp. Zesty Moose Tuscan Herb and Garlic bread dipping blend mixed with
¼ C. olive oil. Let stand for 30min. for flavor to develop.

Line a rectangle pan with aluminum foil, spray with cooking spray. Lightly sprinkle corn meal, covering sheet pan to prevent dough from sticking. Spread out pizza dough, and brush with Tuscan Herb and Garlic oil blend.

Top pizza with remaining ingredients

and bake in the oven at 375 degrees for 22 minutes.

Cut into 12 equal squares. Serves 4-6

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