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by Brit + Viktor
introducing

BRIT + VIKTOR

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WHISKED AWAY KITCHEN
She’s from America. He’s from Russia. They met as students in Czechia, got married in Slovenia, and have been eating their way around the world together ever since! Now based in Lincoln, Nebraska, Brit and Viktor enjoy creating globally inspired recipes that allow you to travel the world without leaving your kitchen. On their blog, Whisked Away Kitchen, you'll find adventurous recipes that are flavorful, attainable and perfect for entertaining friends and family. Follow along at whiskedawaykitchen.com or on Instagram @thewhiskedawaykitchen.
Since our early days, we've been captivated by this husband and wife team’s culinary artistry. Their dishes channel cultural influences from a decade of global travel, creating intriguing yet approachable flavor profiles. Now settled in the Midwest, they skillfully incorporate the region’s comfort food and farm-fresh ingredients, infusing their worldly experiences with a homestyle touch.
— the team at Selefina

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Brit + Viktor 's
SPICE BLEND COLLABORATION

(Salt-Free)
1.8 OZ JAR $11.00
Five Pepper Cacao Rub
(Salt-Free)
Five Pepper Cacao Rub is the key ingredient to mouthwatering barbecue ribs and the perfect steak tacos. The cacao doesn’t yield an obvious chocolate flavor, but instead brings depth, complexity and a subtle earthiness to the blend. The richness of the cacao is balanced by five types of ground chile peppers, ranging from sweet and fruity to sharp and smoky. This versatile spice blend is moderately spicy and can be used to add bold flavor to pork, beef, lamb, chicken and even fish.

    How To Use
  • Replace your chili powder with this blend to create a hearty and flavorful bowl of beef chili.
  • Combine the spice blend with salt and rub on flank steak or top sirloin for steak tacos.
  • Rub pork shoulder with this blend to level up your favorite pulled pork recipe.
  • Brush your salmon with a bit of oil and this cacao rub before grilling.

    Tips & Tricks
  • Don't forget the salt! This spice blend does not contain salt. Make sure to generously salt your meat when using this spice blend as a rub.
  • Add a bit of brown sugar. Adding a bit of brown sugar to this spice blend will give you a sweet and salty rub and beautifully caramelized crust. We especially recommend a bit of brown sugar for pork and salmon!

ingredients in this spice blend

recipes with the blend
Five Pepper Cacao Rub

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by Brit + Viktor
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a dinner recipe using:
by Brit + Viktor
a dinner recipe using:
by Brit + Viktor