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How to make A Simple and Delicious Dry Rub for Meat

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A Simple and Delicious Dry Rub for Meats.
A Simple and Delicious Dry Rub for Meats
I wanted to make more to have on hand to use as well as put into jars for stocking stuffers, or little thank you gifts. I came up with this rub last summer. We used it up actually and I had to make more, it is great.

I had read many, many recipes for dry rubs. Each of them had great reviews and seemed wonderful when you think of the combination of ingredients coming together. However, I kept coming back to the same thought, with so much heavy flavor from herbs and heat from dried chilies; how could you taste the meat?

So I came up with my own...............

Our 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* (see below, this is great to keep in a shaker on the stove.)
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.
I made double recipes, in order to have some for gifting. And I also made a batch substituting smoked paprika to spice things up.

* Paula Deen House Salt
1 c salt
1/4 c pepper
1/4 c granulated garlic

Combine and store in a cool dry area.


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