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Thread: Rub recipes

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    I'm sure my rub is not an original, even though I came up with it myself.

    2 tbs. Seasoning salt (Lowery's)
    2 tbs. garlic powder
    2 tbs. onion powder
    1 tbs crushed oregano
    1 tbs. black pepper
    1 tbs. old Bay sea food seasoning

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwc565 View Post
    I'm sure my rub is not an original, even though I came up with it myself.

    2 tbs. Seasoning salt (Lowery's)
    2 tbs. garlic powder
    2 tbs. onion powder
    1 tbs crushed oregano
    1 tbs. black pepper
    1 tbs. old Bay sea food seasoning
    What do you use that on? Sounds good for fish, but do you use it on pork, chicken or beef?
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    Why bother with the Lawry's? Why not just add some salt and increase the onion and garlic a little?

    The Old Bay is unique to me as an ingredient in a BBQ rub.

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    This is the rub that I use on my chicken.
    4 tbl season salt
    1 tbl sugar
    1 tsp lemon pepper
    1/4 tsp ancho chili powder.
    It is sweet and savory and a little spicey and plays well with hickory or pecan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theclevingers View Post
    i combined 2 different rub recipes i found on the net as an experiment. my brisket turned out perfect. here it is incase someone wants to give it a shot. i take constructive criticism very well lol.

    6 tblsp ground mustard
    3 tblsp dried oregano leaves
    2 tblsp chilli powder
    2 tblsp ground pepper
    1 tblsp onion powder
    1 tblsp garlic powder
    1 tblsp salt
    1 tsp cayenne pepper

    used all of the rub on a 8lb brisket. set it up in the fridge over night in saran wrap. slow smoked with hickory
    I know that is a good rub as it is very close to mine. I either use that or just S&P and some mex oregano.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
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    Originally Posted by PigCicles
    LBJ’s Rib Rub


    6 tablespoons salt
    6 tablespoons sugar
    2 1/2 tablespoons black pepper
    2 tablespoons MSG (optional)
    1 tablespoon dry lemon powder
    1 tablespoon paprika


    You ever tried it? I like the MSG, but I'm missing onion and garlic powder.

    Spose it was the lemon powder that made him such a sour old fart?

    I'm also curious. Where do you buy dry lemon powder, and does it include the rind, or just the fruit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PigCicles View Post
    I've never made that rub. Mostly because I didn't have the lemon powder, and never remember to look for it. I figured if it didn't have the lemon then it wasn't the published recipe and I couldn't form an opinion of it.

    I would think that you should be able to find it in the Asian markets or other well stocked shopping areas. All you have to do is remember to look for it.

    As for what's in it - I just did a quick search and found that some are using lemon juice among other additives. Just read the label when you find it.
    Tim/Joe when I first started doin research on the net of BBQ info I found a few rub recipes that were using Koolaid lemonade in the packette (w/o sugar added) for lemon powder.

    I have never used it nor made the LBJ rub, just remembered that from readin this thread.
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    You can buy it at THE SPICE BARN , but you have a 1# minimum. It is dehydrated lemon juice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    You can buy it at THE SPICE BARN , but you have a 1# minimum. It is dehydrated lemon juice.
    It would take us 40 years to go through a #. I dunno what Koolaid is servin in their packets but maybe a bit cheaper.
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