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DIY dry rub: brown sugar, paprika, garlic, onion, salt, pepper, cumin, chipotle, mustard powder, cayenne

Dry Rub fo chicken is great for the grill or the smoker. Mix up a batch and use it next time you are grilling rather than using a BBQ sauce. This dry rub will easily keep in an airtight container in a pantry for months! www.leavingtherut...

*** I used this 'BBQ Dry Rub' recipe on some steaks last night... Best. Steaks. Ever... Ingredients: 2TBSP Paprika, 1TBSP Kosher Salt, 1TBSP Fresh Ground Black Pepper, 2TSP Garlic Granules, 2TSP Onion Powder, 1/2TSP Cayenne, 3TBSP Brown Sugar (packed), 1TSP Celery Salt

BBQ/Grilling Dry Rub for Ribs | Kansas City Southern Rib Rub | Dry Rub for Pork | 4 oz tin on Etsy, $6.50

Rubs should coat foods lightly. Use your fingers to rub the mixture on the meat, using about 1 teaspoon for every 3/4 of a pound. Unlike marinades, which often require soaking overnight, rubs can be applied just before cooking or up to several hours ahead.

Best Ever Chicken Dry Rub Recipe! ~ from ~ great to use when cooking chicken on the grill! #recipes #thefrugalgirls

Dry Rub for Ribs | “I have made this over and over again. It is wonderful. With only five ingredients, it tastes too good to be true.” Surprise a friend who loves to grill and reap the benefits!