This unique fusion of Asian and American ingredients defies categorization. It can’t be pinned down as your standard pan-Asian flavor, nor does it fall neatly into an American profile. Scented with an array of Middle Eastern and Far East spices, you’ve never tasted anything like it. Probably the best description of it is, “Why is this so darn good?”
But while unique, the flavor certainly isn’t strange: The Dizzy Pig competition team has won countless chicken awards using this Asian fusion seasoning, including 2nd and 3rd at the Jack Daniels World Championships. With its overtones of sesame and ginger, it is the perfect seafood seasoning and poultry seasoning, especially delicious on grilled chicken and duck. It complements shiitake mushrooms beautifully, and enhances the flavor of pork, vegetables and shrimp like nobody’s business. Coat your meat with Tsunami Spin and grill it to a golden brown, this is a surefire crowd-pleaser.
No words to describe
Mark Wetzel –
Oh hi, it me mark, repeat customer, long time fan, your rub is the only ones I buy. Just wanted to reach out, no response necessary. Your Tsunami Spin, on chicken, coupled with this habanero pineapple marinade my wife bought at Costco. There are no words I can describe how well it makes barbecue taste on the the green eggs we have.
Your company is incredible. I’m gonna visit you people.
Thanks again for doing what u do. Feel free to copy paste my review on anything. I love Dizzy Pig.
Mike friend –
I live in Florida. I tried this for the first time at my daughter’s house in Mannassas. Loved it. Then they gifted me a 31.4 oz container of it at Christmas. It makes the best bbq or roasted chicken you ever had. It now occupies the pepper shaker on my kitchen table. I literally eat it every day. Just the right amount of kick and savory. Excellent on eggs. Put it on a ribeye before searing. Also use it to kick up a side dish like potatoes or cauliflower if the entree is bland.
Tsunami Spin kabob
I made the ginger lime kabob with your Tsunami Spin and they were incredible! I happened to have some Jasmine rice on hand as well. We love the Maple Salmon recipe, but this took the prize. Now I know I’ll kick ass next time I cook for guests. Thanks!