Combine with some olive oil for a yummy marinade or use as a meat rub. This reminds me a little of souvlaki flavours. Sorry for the mix match of using grams and spoon measurements. Some were hard to get a weight.
This has been a favourite of mine for many many years as its so versatile. It's quite expensive to buy compared to most blends so I thought I would give it a whirl in the tmx. It took awhile to get the right texture. I found table salt or fresh ground salt from the grinder worked best. You may need to change your quantities to suit your tastes.
Here is a spicy version of my Krispy Fried Chicken. I'm a big baby with spice so you may need to add a little extra chilli to the mix. If you are worried it will be too spicy just add bit by bit, tasting along the way.
The other day I posted my Krispy Fried Chicken and have already had so many people rave about it. I'm also uploading the coating part separately as it would make a good coating for veggies as well as chicken. A spicy version is also available. This is enough for three batches of ten strips. Keep remaining flour in an airtight container. It will last for up to 12 months.