Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Rich Glen Rubs and Dukkahs- A Review + Giveaway

Dinner in this house has been a bit of a chore lately. I have gone from actually enjoying cooking dinner every night to dreading even thinking about it. So a few weeks ago when I received some of Rich Glens Rubs and Dukkahs to try out I was feeling a little overwhelmed.

But I quickly got over this and pulled out a roast chicken to try the Big Red Olive Oil and Salt Rub with sweet chilli and garlic.

It was really easy to do. All I need to do was, well rub the chicken with the Rub and roast it as usual.


We served the chicken with a simple salad. I forgot to take a snap of the 'adult version' of the salad, but here is the what the kids dinner looked like.

We dressed our salad with some Rich Glen Olive Oil and both the chicken and the salad were delicious.

Now, I wasn't sure what to do with the Dukkah. I have heard about it before and wanted to try it, but never actually have. So I headed over to the website for some inspiration and decided to try it on toast with avocado and it will be a frequent on my breakfast menu from now on. I am also going to be trying it with salad this week too. 

If you would like a chance to try out some of the fabulous Rich Glen Products and win a Rich Glen Sample pack,  simply comment below telling me what you do to get over the dinner cooking blues in your house. 


For an extra entry simply head on over and like the Rich Glen facebook page and comment back here letting me know that you did.

Entries will close next Wednesday 28th of March 2012 and will be drawn on Thursday 29th of Match 2012 and announce on the MahliMoo facebook page and via email.

Edit: I can't believe I forgot to include this, but there was a question in the comments about where you can purchase these products. They are available for purchase through the Rich Glen Olive Oil website and you can also view where else they are available for purchase here.

I have just drawn the winner to the Rich Glen Sample Pack and it is Colleen with her comment:When cookings a breeze
Cook enough to freeze
When in the dinner cooking blues
Open the freezer, cookings a cruise!


I don't have your contact details Colleen, so please contact me through the contact tab on the blog to claim your prize. If I haven't heard from you by Saturday morning I will have to re-drawn. 


Edit: So I had to redrawn this giveaway. The new winner is Effie! Congratulations! Can you email me at amyrea @ rocketmail.com 



Disclaimer: I received these products for the purpose of review. No money was offered or received for this post. All opinions are my own.

21 comments :

  1. I try to mix up dinner by cooking different meats each night (eg. chicken, pork, beef steak, beef mince, fish, etc) and I try to cook different cuisines too (eg. Italian, Greek, Mexican). I use supermarket recipe books and cook books for ideas, and also look to ready-packed sauces and spices for inspiration!

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  2. I have liked Rich Glen facebook page :))
    I use alot of spices in my cooking and in turn that spices up my life♥♥

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  3. I also like your page and the Rich Glen page on facebook!

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  4. I ask my blog followers for ideas when I get stuck in a slump. I love to get inspiration from others. This is a fabulous prize!!

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  5. FB like Rich Glen and yours and i drink a few glasses of wine to get started on making dinner .mind you i planned what i was having the day before

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  6. Can you buy these at the supermarket? Might need to keep an eye out for some when I do my groceries. I love reading product reviews to see what others think of these products. I usually stick to the same old things until someone mentions they've tried and liked them.

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  7. I get hubby to cook. This always banishes my dinner cooking blues.

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  8. I liked the Rich Glen facebook page.

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  9. I make sure that I cook something new a couple of times a week so that I have to think about cooking, and enjoy it more- even a new twist on an old recipe!russellcathryn at yahoo.com.au

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  10. I liked Rich Glen on FB.russellcathryn at yahoo.com.au

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  11. I ask my hubby to cook!! Just wanted to let u know that the secret life of bees arrived this week - thank you soooo much. I am really excited to actually be reading a book again!!

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    1. Yay! Finally. Hope you like it!

      It is also a movie and it did translate quiet well on screen as well.

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  12. When cookings a breeze
    Cook enough to freeze
    When in the dinner cooking blues
    Open the freezer, cookings a cruise!

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  13. I liked the Rich Glen facebook page.

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  14. I cook something quick... the quicker it's cooked, the quicker it's eaten, the quicker it's cleaned up, the quicker the kids are in bed and the quicker I can chill out for the night!

    deaniee(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  15. I have a stack of old magazines like Good Taste, Mindfood, Delicious, etc, with recipes that NEVER go out of fashion, saved just for a "rainy, gloomy, dull cooking day". After flicking through them and drooling over a few recipes it soon gets my interest in cooking going again.

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  16. I have likd Rich Glen FB page

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  17. When I get the blues and bored with cooking, I get creative and think up other things I can make. Many family favourites have come about because of my boredom! :)

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  18. I have also liked the Rich Glen Facebook page :)

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  19. When I get tired of everyday cooking, I get myself inspired again - I read blogs, dig through my old cookbooks, tear things out of magazines and try something totally new. I doesn't always work our perfectly but it does get me out of my rut :)

    kate1485 at hotmail.com

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  20. I'm a fan of Rich Glen Olive Oil Yarrawonga on Facebook (Kate Ryan)

    kate1485 at hotmail.com

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