Oh my what a rub!! Love that there was no sugar in it. Full of flavor - not too spicy and delish on the oven baked ribs. We did cut back a bit on the cayenne pepper but that was the only change I made. Thanks for 2 great recipes that fed us well tonight! I'll be using this rub again and again!
What a lovely rub Rosie, thank you for posting it. I love that it is made from ingredients always found in the pantry. It was quick and easy to throw together and tastes great. <br/><br/>I used the rub on chicken thighs which I baked then doused in your BBQ Sauce: Sweet and Spicy for a terrific dish. Made for Culinary Quest - for the Suitcase Gourmets.
Very good seasoning mix with great flavor. I made it to season rosie316's "Easy Oven Baked Ribs" and it came out fabulous. Good thing I have some more stored-up to season up more meats. Will try using this to season up meats for the grill this summer (which is right around the corner). Thank you rosie316 for a keeper. Tagged it for PRMR.
Simple store cupboard items come together to make a most delicious rub.<br/>I rubbed mine liberally all over some beautiful fat pork loin chops, left them for fifteen minutes, and then threw them onto the grill.<br/>The chops were sweet and smoky, with a nice herbiness about them, which we thoroughly enjoyed.<br/>Looking forward to trying it again on other meats this summer!<br/>Thanks Rosie.<br/>Made for PRMR.
You made me run out of paprika, waaaaaaah! ;) I used this on a roast for my husband's birthday. It was peppy without being too peppery--very nice. Thanks for posting!
I used this to season up a vegetarian chili and it gave great flavor! Thanks!
I two time this so I have on hand for the one I forgot about on the holidays (I use your notes step #2) I too like Noo am Looking forward to trying it again on other meats this summer! I use it today on some pork chops, came out delicious. THANK YOU! PRMR 2013....Grpa