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Perhaps I applied it too liberally but WAY TOO MUCH salt. The meat under this rub was awesomely cooked - falling off the bone tender. Made for CQ 14.
This is a really good, all-around spice rub. I used it on grilled chicken.
Really great! I just added a few chilli flakes. its wonderful and leaves plenty of rub for me to use again, I did not Barbecue it, as there is snow on the ground! I used my George Foreman Grill to cook for just 4 minutes in total, turning it once. Thanks so much for posting this. its going to be on my menu in future for sure!
Yummy rub! I added 1/4 cup granulated garlic to mine and it was awesome. I put some of it in a fancy little jar to give to my Dad as a gift. I know he's going to love it. Thanks, Lauralie!
This was good. I added some hot pepper flakes. I used it on my BBQ boneless chicken breasts. Made for Cooking With Kids Forum Tag Game.
I made this expressly as a humburger rub. You ain't tasted nuthin' till you've eaten a grilled burger with that's been rubbed! Made for Everyday is a Holiday.
I used this as the dry rub for a half a rack of babyback ribs. I cut the recipe to make only a 1/4 of the recipe. I added garlic powder in the same amount of the pepper and this was a wonderful rub. This is similar to a rub my DH makes for bbq but I think he adds cayenne pepper to the mix. I still have enough for at least one more bbq. Thanks for sharing Lauralie!! Made for 123 tag.
Very Very Good!! I used just a little less Kosher salt and added a tsp of cayenne. A great rub! I rubbed it on our chicken in the morning, grilled in the evening! Thanks Lori!
Excellent basic rub to which you can add other spices according to what type of meat or dish you are making. Next time I will use fine salt since the coarse is difficult to rub in.