Pork Rib Rub Recipes - All kinds of rubs for all kinds of pork ribs
Top 10 Rib Rub Recipes
The starting place of great barbecue ribs is the rub. These rib rub recipes give that authentic barbecue flavor while bringing out the most of the ribs. Some of these are spicy hot, some sweet, and some savory. Read through to find the perfect rub for your ribs.
This is a great, sweet rub that works really well on all kinds of pork ribs. Adjust the heat by changing the amount of cayenne.
Chipotle Dry Rub
This rub has the great flavor of chipotle peppers. These smoked jalapenos really add a lot of flavor. Make sure you get this rub ground very fine.
Best Odds Rib Rub
This rub is your best odds to smoking great ribs. This savory rub will add a lot of flavor without detracting from the flavor of the meat.
Derrick's Hot Rib Rub
This is a very basic rub, but it's hot. To tone it down a little try using medium or mild chili powder.
Kansas City Rib Rub
In Kansas City they know ribs. This is the rub recipe for traditional Kansas City style ribs. Finish them off with a good barbecue sauce and you'll have great ribs.
Memphis Style Rib Rub
In Memphis, ribs are traditionally served up dry. This doesn't mean that the meat is tough and dried out, it just means that there isn't a barbecue sauce. And that means that the rub needs to do all the work. This traditional Memphis rub is the base of a great rack of ribs.
A classic wet mustard rub that really sticks to meats. You can change the kind of mustard you use in this recipe to change the flavor of the rub.
Porker's Rib Seasoning
This rub is perfect for all kinds of pork whether it's ribs of Carolina style pulled pork.
Walter Jetton's Dry Rib Rub
Walter Jetton was pitmaster to President Johnson back in the 60's. He prepared his barbecue for leaders from around the world. This is his rib rub. As something of a sign of the times, this recipe calls for MSG.