Cooking with Boulton Spice
One Secret Recipe; fifteen quality ingredients; countless combinations and flavours to be remembered! Experiment with Boulton Spice All Purpose Seasoning and we're sure you'll find more than a few easy & delicious recipes of your own. Here are a few examples you may like to try at home:
... and one from the record books:
"Boulton Bones" - Pork Button Bones and Boulton Spice - "This is a mandatory try” and the reason Boulton Spice was created!
Button Bones are the tail section of pork back ribs. They are inexpensive, thin cut, bone-in strips. They cook fast, season well and can be served to hungry guests in less than 10 minutes!
Here’s what you need:
- 5 lbs. (or as much as you want) of “button bones”.
- a bunch of fresh lemons (or good quality lemon juice) and dried, crushed oregano - preferably Greek, for better ﬂavour!
- Boulton Spice - oh yeah!!
Here’s how you prepare them:
- the “bones” usually come frozen in strips, so get them thawed, straightened out and ready to throw on the heated barbecue.
- Put the beer down and pay attention; They cook fast! Braise & sprinkle lemon juice & Boulton Spice over both sides.
- Before they are fully cooked, pull them off the BBQ. Get your attending sous chef to cut them up between each bone then toss them in the wok.
- Now place the wok on the grill and stir them up with a “wok spoon”. This is where the additional ﬁnish cooking will happen.
- While mixing them, squeeze on more lemon juice & more Boulton Spice (the more the better, you will learn). About a minute or two before serving, throw on the Greek oregano. Don’t be shy. This recipe is all about “excess”.
- Place on a platter and have your 'staff' serve up this delectable appy with an accompanying napkin at hand!