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Discussion in 'Grilling Pork' started by jrollins, Dec 5, 2006.
I need help. I have to cook for the xmas. dinner. Pork tenderloins would yall use a rub .
I noticed your post was in the grilling section, jrollins.
This is a good rub for "grilled" porkloin
I just do 1/2 of it in a more conventional manner (Prepared seasonings with powedered garlic and onion a little paprika and what ever suits you.
At my house the "Chicago" style is always the first to be eaten.
If you are going to smoke it most any rib rub would be pretty darn good too.
Just my 2cts!
idont know how to get it in the smoking sec. sorry. but i am going to smoke them
Then I would go with a prepared rib rub from the store or mix one up
that you find and like here on the forum.
I personally would go lite with the sugars though
ok i will try that i dont have any rec. but i will look for some thanks
Look on the left side of any page on this site and scroll down to the Search box
type in Tenderloin
You will find a plethora of recipes.
Here's one I like (from Jack's Old South BBQ Team)
Jackâ€™s Old South BBQ Rub
â€¢Â¼ cup brown sugar
â€¢Â¼ cup sweet paprika
â€¢Â¼ cup kosher salt
â€¢3 tbsp black pepper
â€¢2 tsp garlic powder
â€¢2 tsp onion powder
â€¢1 tsp cayenne pepper
â€¢1 tsp dried basil
Here is a link to my pork rub.
links not working man