This bbq rub recipe to spice up your recipes shows you do not need the summer to fire up the grill or to use this bbq dry rub. You can grill every day and a good bbq recipe needs the best rub. This barbecue rub seasoning is a great example. Ready to learn how you can make the best bbq rub recipe? Lets get started!
Besides the die hard grillers who barbecue all year round more people tend to fire up their barbecue in the fall and winter.
And for good reason because nothing tastes like barbecue prepared meals. That smoky flavor is an all time favorite.
So if you love bbq than I’m sure you will love this bbq rub recipe. After sharing my seasoning series this mix recipe is a great addition.
What is important about a spice mix is that it is complementary to you main ingredients
A seasoning mix or a rub should never over power a recipe but support it. Every ingredient plays an import part.
The combination of the best spices bring out the best result. If you buy your rubs in the store or think it is difficult to make your own, give this barbecue rub a chance.
This recipe has much less salt but much more flavor. You can adjust the ingredients to your liking. To get the best bbq rub recipe you only need a limited number of ingredients.
BBQ rub ingredients
If you want to make this bbq dry rub recipe put the following ingredients on your shopping list:
- Dark brown sugar
- Chili powder (preferably homemade)
- Garlic powder
- Smoked paprika
- Garlic powder
- Onion powder
- Cayenne pepper
- Ground mustard
- Black pepper
How to make bbq rub seasoning
Making this brown sugar rub is so easy. You only need 10 ingredients and a storage container. I prefer glass storage containers because they keep my seasonings fresh.
Making a rub or seasoning it is very important to measure your ingredients with a proper measuring cups and tools.
Put all of the ingredients into a large bowl and make sure you stir them for at least a minute. The main reason you stir this long is to distribute all ingredients evenly.
As this bbq rub recipe contains cayenne and black pepper you want every teaspoon or tablespoon to have the same amount of heat.
Done with stirring the spices all you have to do is transfer the rub into a glas jar and you are ready to start grilling.
Store your bbq rub
To store the bbq seasoning rub put it in a air tight glass jar. You can put the jar in your pantry or kitchen cabinet. It preserves very well and you can use it for many months.
Keep it close at hand for the next time you fire up that grill.
BBQ recipes to use with this seasoning mix
There are a number of recipes on the Tortilla Channel that you can use with this seasoning. Literally rub your pork, ribs or chicken with this spice mix.
Take a look at the following recipes:
- Slow cooker BBQ ribs – a recipe without tortillas but with great flavors.
- BBQ chicken hamburger – add a tablespoon to the ground chicken when you make the chicken patties
Other Seasoning blends
Want to learn more about my other seasonings take a look at:
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The best bbq rub recipe to spice it up on the grill and rub your chicken, beef and fish for grilling. On the barbecue or under the grill.
- ¼ cup dark brown sugar
- 2 teaspoons homemade chili powder
- 2 teaspoons paprika
- 2 teaspoons garlic powder
- 1 ½ teaspoons onion powder
- 1 teaspoon ground mustard
- ½ tablespoon salt
- ½ teaspoons cracked black pepper
- ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper
Pack the brown sugar in the measure cup and put in a bowl
Measure the remaining ingredients
Stir through for at least a minute to evenly distribute the ingredients
Store in glass jar for use
Add the salt and pepper to taste. If you like a spicy bbq rub increase the amount of cayenne pepper. Be careful once you add to much you can reverse. So add small increments.
Calories: 54; Fat: 0.7g; Carbs: 12.5g; Protein: 0.9;