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Discussion in 'Pork' started by Smokey Tucker, Oct 10, 2018.
Got any? Just got some for cheap and I want to try something new.
This is my GoTo and popular with other folks around here, followed by a couple others. All are adjustable to your taste. Add sugar for more sweet or reduce the heat...JJ
Cajun Rib Tickler
1C Tubinado or Dried Brown Sugar*
2T Kosher Salt
2T Garlic Powder
2T Onion Powder
2T Mustard Powder
2T Chili Powder
2tsp Black Pepper
2tsp Dry Oregano
2tsp Dry Thyme
2tsp Cry Celery Flakes
1tsp Celery Seed
Grind the Oregano, Thyme, Celery Flake and Seed. Mix all and store in air tight container, up to 3 months...
Notes...* Leave out the Sugar for a Cajun Blackening Spice.Spinkle a lot or a little, on whatever meat, dip in melted Butter or Olive oil and saute in a very hot pan until cooked to your desired IT.
** If you wish you can use Smoked Paprika in the recipe. This will give a seasoning that will add some "Smokey flavor" to Grilled, Sauteed, Fried or Roasted meat, not just stuff you smoke.
Mix and store in an air tight container...JJ
Chipot-i-le Desert Dust
1/2C Sugar in the Raw (Turbinado)
2T Sweet Paprika (Hungarian)
2T Chipotle Powder
1T Kosher Salt
1T Chili Powder (contains some Cumin and Oregano) Ancho Chile is same without cumin, oregano etc.
1T Granulated Garlic
1T Granulated Onion
1T Cocoa Powder
1tsp Black Pepper, more if you like
1/2tsp Grnd Allspice
Makes about 1Cup.
Run for the Border Rub
One for the Chili Heads!
2T Kosher Salt
2T Ancho Chile Powder
1T Chipotle Powder
1T Oregano, Mexican is preferred
1T Gran Garlic
1T Gran Onion
1T Black Pepper
1-2tsp Gnd Cumin
1tsp Cocoa Powder
2T Turbinado Sugar (Sugar in the Raw)
Makes 3/4 to 1Cup Rub.
This stuff is HOT and full flavored with touch of Smokiness. Feel free to adjust the heat to your taste by playing with the amount of Chipotle and Cayenne Powder. All the ingredients are available at the Grocery Store. This stuff will also Kick Butt as the seasoning in a batch of Chili. Start with 1/2C per gallon and adjust to taste...JJ
Oh dang you’re the man!!!!!!
Hi there and welcome!
I don't get to do both sweet and spicy because others cry about it lol. I like simplicity so when I DO get to do sweet and spicy I like to do Salt, Pepper, Onion, Garlic (SPOG) and Kashmiri Red Pepper!!! I smoke without sauce and then add a good BBQ sauce at the table or on my plate which will take care of the sweet component.
If you can find Kashmiri Red Pepper (Indian or Indo/Pak grocery store likely has it) it is kind like a spicy Paprika. To me it is like if Cayenne and Paprika had a baby so the flavor is great and you get some heat!
Again I usually go simple and then add from there. I often find that I don't have to stray too far from simplicity to get to amazing
Uh... dang Chef Jimmy. Looks like ribs are on the menu this weekend. Some great, fun sounding rubs here.
Thanks guys. To check out all my rub, sauce and other recipes, to the Test Forum and click on the first thread called Recipe Test. It has a lot to chouse from...JJ
Have u tried (chicken and rib) rub from Weber? It’s super good. More sweet tho and I could add your heat. Walmart’s are out of them tho. I’ve seen them at park rose hardware but a lot more spendy