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post #1 of 6
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I have done ribs many times but over the time of doing them and changing dry rub for a new and exciting taste I then look or create something different with many successes and a few good failures. So my question is would anyone care to share their best dry rub for St. Louis style ribs. I am looking for something that has a great amount of heat and finishes sweet like candy.
post #2 of 6

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/201589/st-louis-ribs-w-q-view

 

I just posted that today, it includes my rub recipe as well as my methods of prepping/smoking the ribs. This rub definitely has a good kick to it but also leaves a very sweet flavor to the meat as well.

 

Happy smoking!

post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
Thanks I am smoking 4 racks tomorrow so I will definitely try out your rib rub
post #4 of 6

No problem. If you want to add more heat just put in like 1 tsp of Cumin. My girlfriend doesn't like Cumin so I don't get to use it in there anymore :(

post #5 of 6
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Get this one. One of my best buds has asked if I can do some type of sriracha chili sauce on his rib rack?!?!? I'm up for a challenge but this is definitely different, so I have been in the kitchen trying to get a mop sauce with out covering up the meat flavor. So far I have Sriracha, honey, cider vinegar (mostly to cut the thickness down) and some fresh herbs. It's still reducing down so hopefully the taste will be okay it smells good
post #6 of 6

Damn, that does sound good! You should post a pic of it when it's done.

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