Love BBQ; after all about 5% of our DNA is Neanderthal. Made for Alphabet Soup Tag.
Since buying Mike's "Peace, Love, & Barbecue," I have not been without his Magic Dust in my cabinet! I can understand WHY Magic Dust is the "most stolen" item at 17th Street Bar and Grill! As a complex rub for meats you plan to BBQ by any method... or for his Tangy Pit Beans or his SIL Judy's "From Scratch" Baked Beans... it is a "must use" ingredient! Don't know how I got along BEFORE I found out about Magic Dust! I have NOT used it on SEAFOOD... but then... seafood is NOT MEAT! You're on your own there... I'll stay more traditional with Old Bay, Old Savannah, Coach's, or Zatarain's seasoning blends.
This stuff is awesome! We put it on EVERYTHING!!!!!
Yum! This recipe rocks. Added 1/4 t. ground cinnamon which took it over the top for beer can chicken. Highly recommended rub for almost any grilled meat.
I was going to post my "Magic Dust" recipe and saw yours first- my is identical! For those not familiar, this is a GREAT spice blend. It is well worth making. I keep 1/2 the recipe in a jar and the other half in my freezer until I need to replenish.
I made up a batch and split it with my sister. She used it on our steaks and it was delicious. My B/I/L doesn't usually eat all of his steak, but he didn't leave one bite. That's a high compliment indeed! Made for Alphabet Soup Game. Thanks for posting Gerald.
Delicious! I use this on my rotisserie chicken all the time.
I reduced the recipe to make 1 cup to use on some sirloin steaks. I thought the cumin was a bit overpowering for steaks, but I think this would be terrific used on chicken or ribs. Also, I sprinkled the steaks about 2 hours before grilling so that may have had something to do with it too. I have lots of BBQ Dust left over and look forward to trying it again. Thanks Tish!