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Was delicious. I added a little lime juice and canola oil and turned it into a marinade. I marinaded boneless skinless chicken breasts for about 45 minutes - they turned out very flavorful and tender. Thanks!
Excellent blend of spices. I used mine on cut up wedges of sweet potatoes and then baked them in the oven. Delicious! Made for Zaar Cookbook Tag Game 2010.
The rub was great on chicken tenderloins! All spices I have in the pantry. Just a nice little kick of spice with the crushed red peppers. The chicken had a nice crust from the rub after being grilled. Bet this would be great on flank steak! Thanks for posting!
The was a perfect recipe. I was heavy handed in the rub and used double but what a great flavor! It was exactly what I was hoping for--thank you for sharing!
Excellent combination of spices. I use it more as a seasoning rather than an actual rub which may be a bit heavy. The heat is just right for me but I have a fairly high tolerance. When I cook chicken on the smoker I brine about 3 whole chickens overnight and season each differently, this rub is alwys on one of them!
Very good. Used it on grilled B/S chicken breasts and added a little olive oil and lime juice to make it a marinade for about 2 hours. I also added some cayenne and it was HOT!! YUM!!! Served with Sarasota's Cheesy Chipotle Hash Browns. Thanks for posting.
This rub was fine/tasty. I am still looking for WOW! and this was just good.
I'm not sure about loco but bueno, si! This was really good. I used it as a rub and I'd also like to try the marinade that others suggested. I used split bone in breasts. The skin was so deliciously spicy and crisp, gasp, I know, I ate the skin ;) Grilling marinating boneless skinless breasts with this sounds heavenly, I'll try that next. Thanks Pam!