Roast Turkey Rub

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(1 customer review)


This Turkey Rub is perfect for your Sunday feasting. With a delightful combination of Sweet & Spicy, it will be the tastiest Turkey you’ve ever served!

The Turkey Rub is part of our brand new Roast Range which was created with the intention to liven up your Sunday dinner.

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Roast Turkey Rub

We have launched our own original Roast range to help create the tastiest Sunday Roast ever! After some research we discovered that there was a sense of tiredness with the traditional Sunday Dinner. Therefore we have decided to liven up some of the trimmings and classic roast dishes with this new Roast Range.

This ‘Roast Turkey Rub’ is perfect for creating the ultimate Turkey for your traditional Sunday roasts!

How to use:

Rub onto meat at least one hour before cooking, but even tastier if left overnight to marinade. (There will be enough to do a big turkey and you could also use this rub for Game)

Season with salt just before cooking and then oven!

Roast Turkey Rub 50g

Packaging: Glass Jar

Dimensions: L – 6cm W – 6cm H – 6cm


Roast Turkey Rub Ingredients: Allergens are in bold

Sweet Paprika, Juniper, Coriander seeds, Nutmeg, Sea salt, Onion powder, Sugar, Celery seed, Tarragon and Sumac.

*Gluten-free / *Dairy-free / *Handmade, Natural ingredients / *Suitable for vegetarians
*Contains no Nuts, Dairy, Gluten, Egg or Soy


We have created the Ultimate Turkey Recipe for the ultimate Christmas feasting. If you’re up for the challenge then take a look here.

1 review for Roast Turkey Rub

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Chilton (verified owner)

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