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BBQ Rubs


BBQ Fool's Rub Recipes
Other Rub Recipes
Rubs for Sale



BBQ Fool's Rub Recipes


"Green Rub" for Pork & Chicken recipe by Blackmare.


C.J.V. says, "For Beef or Pork, I'll usually make up a mixture of 3 teaspoons of Creole seasoning, one teaspoon granulated garlic, a heaping teaspoon or 2 of coarse ground black pepper, a teaspoon of sugar and 3 or 2 teaspoons of Hungarian (Pride of SZEGED) sweet paprika. If DW wouldn't fuss at me (she would), I would use the hot paprika.

For Salmon, I'll make up a mixture of ¼ cup dark brown sugar, a heaping teaspoon of salt, ½ teaspoon each of freshly ground pepper and coarse ground (almost cracked) black pepper. I'll rub it on the flesh side of the fish, allow it to sit, flesh side down, in the refrigerator overnight and grill it the next day over charcoal with hickory. I did that last night and I had to beat off the cats with a baseball bat. ;-)

For Chicken, I don't use a rub. I'll just brine it with assorted herbs and spices in the brine and smoke it over charcoal with hickory wood. I'll also add rosemary and/or black pepper to the charcoal pan as the bird smokes.*


Cajun Rub recipe by ColonelCAF.


Heavenly Devilish Multi-Meat Spice Mix recipe by JGBFool.


SmokinLizard says, "Good on Brisket, Butts, Ribs, Chicken, Whatever..."

3/4 cup paprika
1/4 cup ground black pepper
1/4 cup salt
1/4 cup sugar
2 tblsp. chili powder
2 tblsp garlic powder
2 tblsp onion powder
2 tsp. cayenne

Makes about 2 cups.

Mix thouroughly in a bowl. Store covered in a cool, dark pantry.

E-Z proportions to remember, but if you use 2 tblsp of cayenne instead of 2 teaspoons, you'll know it! (and just might like it better!)

Note: Most store-bought paprika have all the flavor of redwood sawdust, look around for a good Hungarian paprika. (think I found one at costco, believe it or not, and in a size that won't leave you lacking)*


Semi-Wet Rib Rub recipe by WhiskeyRiver.




Other Rub Recipes


The Greater Omaha Barbeque Society's Rib Rub - This recipe makes enough rub for three slabs of ribs. The recipe can be doubled.*




Rubs for Sale


Hawgeyes BBQ Spices & Rubs


The Dizzy Pig Barbecue Company - The Dizzy Pig BBQ Company was formed because we felt there was a need and a place in the market for a line of unique and diverse products created with high quality, fresh, wholesome ingredients. Our goal was to offer fairly priced gourmet products, hand-blended and freshly packaged that even the best of cooks would reach for on a regular basis. Feedback and demand has proven that we are right on target with that goal.*


Oakridge BBQ - Oakridge BBQ ~ Purveyor of award winning gourmet handmade barbecue rubs and grilling spices, made in micro-batches for the utmost quality, freshness and consistency. Home of the best wild game rub on the planet.*




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