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red1691

A Good Dry Rub?

Who has some Good Dry Rubs Recipes for Ribs, Butts, Brisket and Chicken? Do you use the same rub on all your meats, or do you use different rubs for different meats?
I know everyone has different taste, I like Ribs to be a little sweet, and my yard bird a little spicy. I am still trying to learn how to do Brisket, the 1st one I cooked to long I think, it fell apart like pulled pork when I went to cut it. Will try to take off at 180 next time I guess.
animal

This is my favorite for ribs and pork in general, a pain to make if you cant buy apple powder, but well worth the work

Pigs Worst Nightmare AppleRub

6 Tbsp Ground Dried apple
3 Tbsp Brown Sugar
3 Tbsp Turbinado Sugar
3 Tbsp Coarse Salt
1 Tsp Sweet Paprika
1 Tsp Garlic Powder
˝ Tsp Ground Black Pepper


Dried apple is not available in a lot of places so you can make your own by doing this.

Take 3 apples, slices them VERY thin. Spray or butter a cooking sheet. Place the thin apple slices on the tray and salt the apples slices, add brown sugar to the apple slices. To dry them ourt put them in the oven at 150 degrees for 2-3 hours. They will not become completely dried out and crunchy in the oven, after it appears they are drying you can take them out and let them rest. I usually let them sit over night and they are very crunchy in the morning ready to grind up.

and spritz with apple juice while cooking
animal

I have a lot more, if you are interested in anything specific E mail me
Garyt32@excite. com and I can give what ever you want to suit your tastes in sauces and rubs, Have you ever tried a finishing sauce on pulled pork. if not you should
animal

I can send you a spread sheet with a ton of info
Bean

If you want you can keep a brisket rub as simple as just salt and pepper.
red1691

Sounds Good!

Animal that sounds good! It should be sweet with all that sugar. And email sent, Thanks!

And yes Bean you are right, some times it's best to just remember to KISS, (Keep It Simple Stupid) some times less is best, and let the wood do the flavoring!

Thanks Guys
davef63

hey animal, new user here, dave from minnesota, id be interested in seeing some of your rub recipies, tried to email you but didnt work. thanks,
dave
animal

Try this link http://www.crankybuzzard.com/CrankyBuzzardBBQWorkbook.xls  A ton of good info here, also check out Mike Mills magic dust, it can be found with a Google search
animal

Here is the magic dust recipe, but buy the book, It is the best, most entertaining BBQ book I own. It is not a recipe book but it has many, it is just a book you cant put down.

Magic Dust

From Peace, Love, and Barbecue by Mike Mills and Amy Mills Tunnicliffe
See More About:

   barbecue rub recipes
   mike mills

There's a big shaker of Magic Dust next to the salt and pepper in my own kitchen and at all my restaurants. I wish I could figure out a way to attach the bottle to the restaurant tables because, at my restaurants, it's the most frequently stolen item!

To make it a little more hot and spicy, increase the mustard powder and black pepper to 1/4 cup each.
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Yield: Makes about 2 cups
Ingredients:

   1/2 cup paprika
   1/4 cup kosher salt, finely ground
   1/4 cup sugar
   2 tablespoons mustard powder
   1/4 cup chili powder
   1/4 cup ground cumin
   2 tablespoons ground black pepper
   1/4 cup granulated garlic
   2 tablespoons cayenne

Preparation:
Mix all ingredients and store in a tightly covered container. You'll want to keep some in a shaker next to the grill or stove. Keeps indefinitely but won't last long.
red1691

Sounds Good!

Thank animal, that sounds good! I'll have to mix up a batch the next smokin!
KC25827

animal wrote:
This is my favorite for ribs and pork in general, a pain to make if you cant buy apple powder, but well worth the work

Pigs Worst Nightmare AppleRub

6 Tbsp Ground Dried apple
3 Tbsp Brown Sugar
3 Tbsp Turbinado Sugar
3 Tbsp Coarse Salt
1 Tsp Sweet Paprika
1 Tsp Garlic Powder
˝ Tsp Ground Black Pepper


Dried apple is not available in a lot of places so you can make your own by doing this.

Take 3 apples, slices them VERY thin. Spray or butter a cooking sheet. Place the thin apple slices on the tray and salt the apples slices, add brown sugar to the apple slices. To dry them ourt put them in the oven at 150 degrees for 2-3 hours. They will not become completely dried out and crunchy in the oven, after it appears they are drying you can take them out and let them rest. I usually let them sit over night and they are very crunchy in the morning ready to grind up.

and spritz with apple juice while cooking


Animal, LOL I tried to make your rub, but bombed out on the Dried Apple.  Tried to make myself but never got it dried where I could grind it.  Have you any locations on the internet for purchasing Apple powder?  Also would like some of those rubs.  Agree Mark Mills book is great.
Catfish

Hey, Animal,

I had tried your finishing recipe that you posted before for pulled pork.  Have you ever put any mustard in it?  Just curious.

That's a good finishing recipe.  More like Carolina sauce.

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