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I used smoked paprika and cooked the chicken on a Showtime Rotisserie. It turned out to have lots of flavor and a beautiful color.
This was amazing! the chicken was tender and the flavor ran throughout, some rubs just season the skin, this went into the chicken, definitely a favorite from now on!
Yum! This was so simple and so good. I made 1/2 of the mix since I cook primarily for myself. I used this on some baked chicken thighs and loved them. Such a great mix of flavors. Thanks Binxi for sharing this great recipe. Made for Fall PAC 2012.
what a surprise this was and so easy to make.I followed the directions exactly except for the salt I only had regular salt,so i used it but just a little less and believe me when I tell you this was absolutly fantastic my 3 daughters and my ball and chain (wife) loved it.was rubbed on a chicken what was cut in half and i let it sit in the fridge for about 90 minutes then into a 300 degree oven for 90 minutes and the flavor was increditable and meat just fell off the bone...
AMAZING is the correct word for this!!! I made the whole mix except cut the salt way down. I'm so glad I did since I will be using this ALL the time on my chicken. Made for Best of Cookbook Tag Game 2013.
Was looking for a good rub recipe for chicken to put in my "Set it and Forget It" and this looked like it would have a lot of flavor. It did! The only thing we changed is the salt. We do not cook with too much salt and we cut it down to 1/4 of a cup and it was still a little too salty for us. Used the two tablespoons of cayenne because we love the heat and it had just enough. Will make again with a little less salt.
I just made this with out the salt and I did not have all the ingredients in the house. I had to omit the dry mustard and dry Thyme as well . But let me tell you it was still awesome!!!! I might just have to make more chicken for the rest of the family. It will be gone before they get home to have some. It looks so good and taste good. This is a must try you will not regret it. I'm defiantly going to try this with the smoke Paprika. From a non cook
Very delicious and simple. Really adds to the flavor of skinless chicken breasts...even when sprinkling a little on top of a chicken sandwich. Great stuff.
I was really surprised that as others have mentioned the seasonings did indeed penetrate the meat. This was the first time I had ever used my new rotisserie and it was a big hit, thanks to this recipe. I did make a few slight changes due to our palates. I reduced the amount of cayenne and black pepper in half and substituted sage for the thyme since I don't care for thyme. The internet says that sage is one of the herbs which can be substituted for thyme which is why I chose it, since I really like the milder sage. Those were the only changes I made, and I have filled a good sized glass spice jar with the remainder for the future. This will definitely be used again. Even the young DGD loved it. Made for PAC Spring 2013.
Great combination of flavors! Super easy to throw together and it makes a tasty rub for chicken. I cut the rub recipe into a third and I still had some leftover after using it on a whole chicken (which I threw into a crock pot). It's nice to know I have some leftover rub for more chicken. I think this would work great with grilled chicken, too. Thanks for posting!