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Forgot to bookmark a brisket rub recipe. Can you help me find it?

GreytQ

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Well, I could just kick myself! I mustered up the courage to tackle my very first beef brisket the other day. Searched the SMF and found a simple rub that worked out perfectly. I could not be any happier with the results. BUT, I forgot to bookmark the posting and now I can't find it! Augh!!

The rub contained only a few ingredients:
  • Salt
  • Black pepper
  • Granulated garlic
  • Onion powder
  • Paprika
But I don't have any notes on the proportions. Does this list of ingredients ring a bell with any of you?
 

Winterrider

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Did you use PC, laptop, phone? Can you go back in your history?
 

gmc2003

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Here's one used on chicken, but it uses only the ingredients you asked for: Post #4


Chris
 

gary s

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Pretty standard, I just use Salt and Pepper, about equal parts.

I would go with 50 - 50 salt and pepper and a little of each of the other ingredients.

doesn't have to be exact

Gary
 

smokeymose

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I'm with the 50/50 salt and pepper group. Nothing else.
 

bregent

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Does this list of ingredients ring a bell with any of you?
Folks commonly use just 50/50 salt and pepper, or SPOG which has onion and garlic.

Honestly, I used to mix my own, but you can find the 29oz jar of Montreal Steak seasoning for about $10 and it will last a long time.
 

schlotz

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I stick with the Texas style for all my briskets: 50/50 Salt & cracked black pepper.
 

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