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A Simple and Delicious Dry Rub for Meat, recipe rewind because some things are too good to miss!

We are finally coming out from under the effects of a very difficult to shake, upper respirator virus. And I for one could not be happier, it seemed like it was never going to end! We have a few more chores to get done before the rains start, namely the chimney needs to be cleaned, and we have plants to get into the ground in the flower beds.

We are looking forward to wood stove fires, books and music in the evenings. A little more time to settle in and enjoy the company of the other. This dry rub is very good, and it was posted in a time when I believe it got like 3 "clicks" which to not really enough considering how tasty it is! So that calls for a recipe rewind, if I do say so myself...........let's get started shall we?

Simple and Delicious Dry Rub for Meats
by the seat of my pants
makes about 1/2 c
1/c c Paula Deen house salt*
2 T brown sugar
1/2 t chili powder
1/2 t dry mustard
1 T paprika
dash cayenne
1/2 t oregano
1/2 t basil
1/2 thyme

Grind your dry herbs in a pestle, combine all ingredients and mix well. Store in labeled bags in a cool dry place.

* Paula Deen House Salt (I usually only make a half recipe at a time....)
1 c salt
1/4 c pepper
1/4 c granulated garlic
Combine and store in a cool dry area.

To use, rub generously on meat, let rest 30-60 minutes, grill or bake as preferred.

Tip:  to make is a bit more rustic, use smoked paprika.

Recipe rating:  Oh Yes! (will make again)

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3 comments

  1. I like dry rubs! This one looks like it would be good on pork or maybe lamb chops. Adding it to my collection now! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. 1/2 cup of Paula Dean house salt? Thx, will try this!

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  3. So glad you are feeling better. I also love making my own spice blends. --Rocquie

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