Rub & Marinade Recipes
Marinades are an essential part of any cook's repertoire, inspiring rich and complex flavors from the outside in. Try our favorite rub and marinade recipes below.
Take the time to make a jar of this sweet, spicy and smoky chile seasoning paste and you’ll have an easy flavor booster on hand for marinades, spreads, soups, beans...
Blackened Merguez Chicken
This dish has a little heat, but the fresh orange juice and drizzle of honey not only tames the heat, but provides a sauce as well as the chicken rests.
Moroccan Grilled Chicken Thighs
Deliciously spicy Moroccan chicken marinated with orange juice and spices.
I use this with my "Pasta Toss" recipe which is also listed on The Spice House website.
Moroccan Eggplant Steaks
This piquant marinade works will with squash, zucchini, and even chicken.
Smoky Pork Chops and Spiced Apples
Apples and pork are an excellent combination, made better with a smoky spice rub.
Easy Grilled Mushrooms
The Maple-Garlic seasoning works really well with a mushroom's umami flavor. You can also add slices of onion between the mushrooms.
Harissa Lemon Grilled Shrimp
Spicy harissa and tangy preserved lemons pair together perfectly. This recipe makes a great marinade for chicken or other types of seafood.
Hawaiian-Inspired Beef Brisket
This is an easy and delicious way to prepare brisket. The anise seed gives it a distinctive flavor.
Adobo Skirt Steak
This skirt steak recipe is great for tacos and the marinade also works well for chicken or pork.
Truffled Tahitian Duck
Vanilla bean caviar and fine Italian truffle oil make for a delectable rub for raosted duck.
Maple Garlic Stuffed Pork Loin
Recipe submitted courtesy of Spice House Manager, Mike Kutka. Try pairing this pork loin with roasted potatoes and a sparkling fruit cider.
Perfect Turkey Brine
This is The Spice House's time-honored recipe for the perfect Thanksgiving turkey. You can also use this brining technique for pork or other poultry.
Peri Peri Chicken
For best results, let this marinate overnight. The longer you let the chicken marinate, the more flavorful, tender, and succulent the meat will be.