Chile Fennel Rub

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Chile Fennel Rub

This simple rub can be used to bring chile-anise flavor and a fair amount of spice to almost any beef, bison or pork cut suitable for dry-heat cooking methods (roasting, sauteing, broiling, grilling, etc). We used it on grassfed beef with delicious results.

Ingredients: (Makes 1/4 Cup)
2 Dried Ancho Chilies, destemmed & deseeded
6 Dried Serrano Chilies, destemmed & deseeded
1 tsp Salt
1 tsp Fennel Seeds

1. In a spice grinder, coffee grinder or small food processor, grind together all the ingredients.

2. Pat the rub onto your meat of choice.

3. Optional, but ideal: store the meat in your refrigerator for a few hours before cooking, to let the rub flavors start to work their way into the meat.

4. Grill, broil, pan-roast or otherwise cook the meat as you usually would.

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