7 Reviews

DH gave this a 5-star rating - and he's stingy with his 5-stars! The only change I made was adding 2 tbs crushed red peppers. I used 1/2 cup dry rub on 4 lbs bone-in chicken breasts, and it was delicious! Next time I'll try it on ribs, as suggested, but didn't have any this time.

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BeachGirl August 03, 2003

Yum! This was really good. I used it on Halibut fillets. The only change I made was due to the fact that I didn't have quite enough chili powder. My mistake was coating both sides of the fish with it. It was a little overpowering and there was no flavor of fish left. But I'll make it again and again, with the rub only on top. Thanks!

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Shawnee TX September 11, 2008

I must admit that I was skeptical about using the plastic wrap .... but you haven't steered me wrong yet! I did use my own sauce but made the rub verbatim & followed your directions. The ribs were moist & tender with just the right amount of spice, almost falling off the bone. My dinner guests were suitably impressed - thank you Rita!

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CountryLady December 26, 2007

I have made this for the 06 WT and will be back with my rating when I make my country style pork ribs next week. It smells really good

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~Nimz~ July 14, 2006

Great rup. I'll definately add this to my collection. Cook up country style ribs and slow cooked them with hickory chips. Thanks for posting

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Pokey in San Antonio, TX June 29, 2006

I used this rub on ribs and they were absolutely delicious; very tender and juicy. My husband took seconds, which is rare for him! I will have to try this next time on salmon. Thanks for sharing.

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Irmgard September 05, 2005
Sweet and Spicy Dry Rub on Ribs or Salmon