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Quick and easy. I needed a bbq rub for Pulled Pork BBQ Sandwiches. This worked great. Definitely would make this again.
I loved this quick, easy rub. I used it on Nif's Porkapalooza (Pork Loin Wrapped in Bacon) and it was the perfect rub for the pork. I plan on trying it on chicken next time. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe!
GREAT basic rub - we used on a whole chicken that we threw on the grill. So yummy!
I used this rub on pork chops for the grill and allowed the chops to sit over night, since we love lots of heat I added in a fair amount of cayenne pepper, loved the rub thanks Jen!
This is a very nice rub. Quick and easy. Thanks for posting.
This is just plain delicious! I also used the smoked paprika(Love that stuff!). I made the full recipe, and have put it on several things. I used it on some pork ribs, chicken(YUMMY), and I put some veggies on the BBQ while it was still hot. The veggies were out of this world! Between the smoked paprika and the rest of the ingredients, I was on rub heaven! Thanks so much Nif, for a wonderful recipe! Thankds for sharing. Made for a forum event in one of the great forums at KK!
This run was fantastically quick and easy, so much so that I thought it was going to be a bit 'dull'. I am very happy to report that I was wrong! I quartered the recipe and used it as a kind of 'shake and bake' for roasted root vegetables (Beetroot, Swede, Carrot and Parsnip) I used a combo of smoked and mild paprika and had plenty left over for another round of delicious roast veggies! Thanks for posting Nif. Made for PAC Fall '09
This was a great rub! I accidentally put too much on my chicken, but that was my fault, not the recipe's. I used smoked Spanish paprika. Made for the Epicurean Queens ZWT5: Australia/New Zealand.
Amazing how different culinary cultures in this big ole world are narrowing. A chef from Alberta, Canada meets chef from South Louisiana and their cooking has many similarities. This spicey-sweet rub is the twain we shall meet. Made for ZWT5
This is a delicious rub!!! I used it as the dry rub for babyback ribs!! I only made 1/4 of the recipe. This is very similar to our own made up rub except not cayenne pepper, which was fine with me. I put the seasoned ribs in a pan with some water and cooked them in the oven for 2 hours. Then transferred them to the grill and basted them with BBQ sauce. Thanks for posting a rub I will definitely use again. Made for Photo Tag.