This was the first time I was making a rub on a grill pan. The pork chops got completely charred but the meat was rare in the middle so finally I had to cut it to pieces and grill like that. It got messy and the taste was so so. I am trying to think what the mistake was. Is brown sugar OK? Or maybe the flame was too high (it was on medium). Or maybe I should put some olive oil first. I will try doing it again because I still have some rub left but so far it didn't impress me much...sorry! Maybe somebody can give me some advice how to proceed?
Nice & easy and great tasting! I just rubbed it on chicken breasts and baked them (it's 36 degrees outside) and they still turned out great! A nice all-purpose rub that I'll use again and again! Thanks for posting.
We had this on chicken breast tonight and they were wonderful on the grill. My six year old ate more then my husband and I she loved it so much! This would be great packaged in little canning jars and given as hostess or teacher gifts!
This worked out real well for me as a rub for a pork roast. The high sugar content did result in some very crispy, crusty pieces but I liked that.
Awsome! Best rub I've used so far. I did cut back on the sugar and salt and we loved it. I think I've used this on every kind of meat and it works every time. Donna
Made for Christmas gifts to hand out in Australia. My DH loves it so hopefully others will. Did cut down on the sugar as suggested by some.
Excellent. Used it on ribs and it was great. Looking forward to trying it on other meats.
This is so simple to make, and it tastes so good!!! on everything. It makes a nice crusty finish on pork, fish, and chicken.
WOW! Simple and delicious - that's what makes recipes great. Thanks for sharing!