Recipes Index - page 3
Spicy Dry Rub
This is a fantastic dry mustard rub that gives a great flavor to almost anything. This rub is particularly good on lamb and pork.
Chili Wet Rub
This spicy wet rub can be toned down by using a mild chili powder if you so wish. It can also be heated up with an extra teaspoon or two of cayenne.
Best Odds Pulled Pork Rub
This traditional pulled pork rub will give you the best odds for making a great batch of Carolina Style Pulled Pork.
Chipotle Dry Rub
This spice rub has the great flavor of chipotle peppers. Just make sure that the rub is finely ground before using it.
Brisket Brown Sugar Rub
This is a good, sweet brisket rub that you will need only one measuring cup for. Of course, you can adjust the heat by using mild or hot chili powder.
This is a good general rub for any kind of pork, but specifically for large pork cuts. It can be used on a whole hog or pork shoulders to make great Carolina Style Pulled Pork.
This wet rub is heavy on the cumin and contains liquid smoke to enhance the smokiness of your barbecue. The olive oil will help to form the spices into a thick paste, which sticks well to any meat.
Heavy on the Garlic Pork Rub
This rub is mostly garlic so, for you garlic lovers this is a great rub. Work it well into the meat and try to mince the garlic as fine as possible. This is also a great base rub, add more ingredients to make it even more flavorful.
Porker's Rib Seasoning
This rub is perfect for all kinds of pork whether it's ribs or Carolina-style pulled pork. One tip: If you apply your spice rub too early before you start cooking it will cause the pork to develop a ham like flavor, and not in a good way. So apply this rub right before the pork hits the smoker.
Derrick's Hot Rib Rub
This is a very basic rub, but it's hot. Try using medium or mild chili powder to tone it down a little.
Beef Rib Rub
This rub combines the flavors of sweet and heat. You can adjust the heat by using mild or medium chili powder. If you really want to make spice it up, then add an extra tablespoon of cayenne. This is a perfect rub for great BBQ Beef Ribs.
A Carolina BBQ Rub
Chuck Ozburn sent me this fantastic, classic-style Carolina barbecue rub recipe. Try this rub next time you want to make a traditional Carolina Pulled Pork.
Walter Jetton's Dry Rib Rub
Walter Jetton was pitmaster to President Johnson during the 1960's. He prepared barbecue meats for leaders from around the world and this is his recipe for rib rub. This recipe calls for MSG, but you can certainly omit it.
Best Odds Brisket Rub
This traditional brisket rub is most commonly used Texas. Though simple to make, this rub contains what you need to make a delicious smoked barbecue brisket.
Spare Rib Rub
This is a sweet and savory rub works well on pork ribs. You can adjust the heat by changing the amount of cayenne.
Barbecue Brisket Rub
The cumin and cayenne pepper in this rub, adds a nice Southwestern flavor to brisket.
Texas-Style Brisket Rub
This southwestern-style rub is a great way to spice up brisket. Remember, when applying run to a brisket, work the rub into the meat anywhere it is exposed.
Basic Pork Rub
This classic pork rub is perfect for smoked pork roasts. This rub recipe is a particular favorite for pulled pork.
There's a big shaker of Magic Dust next to the salt and pepper in my own kitchen and at all my restaurants. I wish I could figure out a way to attach the bottle to the restaurant tables because, at my restaurants, it's the most frequently stolen item! To make it a little more hot and spicy, increase the mustard powder and black pepper to 1/4 cup each.
Passover Barbecue Coat
This wet rub is loaded up with fresh horseradish which really puts flavor and heat into meat. This rub is great on anything, especially beef.
Italian Parmesan Paste
Basically, this is a cheese rub that contains herbs and spices for flavor and olive oil and red wine vinegar to turn the mixture into a thick paste. Use this rub on any meat to add that great Italian flavor to.