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Last Christmas, my brother-in-law gave everyone in the family a jar of his homemade BBQ seasoning. It's great to use on chicken, beef, fish and even vegetables.
12 people made this
IngredientsMakes: 50 grams (approx.)
- 1 teaspoon garlic granules
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
- 1 teaspoon dried ground sage
- 1 teaspoon dried ground oregano
- cayenne pepper (to taste)
- 1 teaspoon sweet paprika
- 1 teaspoon celery salt
- 1 teaspoon dried ground rosemary
- chilli powder (to taste)
- salt (according to taste)
- 1 teaspoon dried ground thyme
- 1 teaspoon ground cumin
MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:5min ›Ready in:15min
- Mix all the ingredients and store in a jar or airtight container.
Mix the seasoning with a few tablespoons of olive oil, rub onto meat and allow to marinade for a few hours for loads of flavour.
Check out our BBQ how-to guides and videos for easy tips on how to BBQ to perfection!
Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(3)
Reviews in English (1)
You really do not need to add the oil. Simply rub with a little of this and let it sit. Barbecue, cook in the oven or whatever. Rubs are great !-02 Dec 2011(Review from this site AU | NZ)
Texas BBQ Chip Seasoning
Make your own homemade BBQ Chips! This simple throw together seasoning offers lots of flavor and is great on homemade fried or baked potato chips.
First, you’ll need a batch of freshly made potato chips, whether they’re baked , fried or otherwise.
2 tbsp Light Brown Sugar
1 tbsp White Sugar
1 tbsp Kosher Salt
1/2 tsp Smoked Paprika
1/2 tsp Garlic Powder
1/4 tsp Onion Powder
Mustard Powder (to taste)*
Chili Powder (to taste) *
Measure all of the ingredients into a 1 gallon zipclose bag, seal and shake to completely combine them. Then, open the bag, add your freshly made chips, seal the bag, shake gently to coat the chips.
Remove the chips from the bag and enjoy.
* We generally don’t measure the mustard or chili powder, just give them each a quick dash.
Absolutely! This works great for chicken wings, chicken thighs, Instant Pot Pulled Pork, Air Fryer Ribs, and more.
If you are making a large batch of the Taco Seasoning, store it in an airtight container. I love to use these glass jars for storage. Ground spices usually last for 6 months. After that they will start to lose their flavor. I check this by giving the jar a whiff. If the smell is still potent it&rsquos probably still good.
Easy, versatile, and flavorful barbecue dry rub for almost anything you want to grill. Burgers. Ribs. Pork Chops. Chicken. It all goes with this awesome homemade seasoning mix. Pretty much anything you find in our Traeger Recipes collection would be better with some of this on it, so don&rsquot be shy!
What Should I Use Dry Rub On?
All the things, including but not limited to:
If you need some other ideas for just what to put this rub on, I have some great ones for you!
Our Grilled Pork Tenderloin is perfect for this, and while you are at it, make it with my Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes, and this Perfect Grilled Asparagus.
I finally convinced my husband to share his &ldquosecret&rdquo bbq seasoning mix that he uses on almost ALL of our grill-bound meats, and I can&rsquot wait for you to try it!
We really don&rsquot have any secret recipes &ndash just to be clear. The entire reason I started this blog way back when in 2010 was because I was tired of writing and re-writing my recipes to share with friends and family, and wanted somewhere central to point them to.
The rest, as they say, is history! 6 years, hundreds of published recipes, several children, a new career, and many many adventures later, you&rsquore all still stuck with me here.
Barbecue rubs are so easy to make, and very easy to customize. If you want this one a little spicier, you can increase the cayenne pepper in the mix.
Have a favorite seasoning that is omitted from this mix? Toss some in.
Experiment with your cooking, and have fun with it! I know next time I&rsquoll be throwing in some bacon salt that I just found at the store today. YUM.
Keep scrolling down to the recipe card for a list of FULL ingredient amounts and instructions or click the “Jump to Recipe” button at the top of the page!
- Brown sugar – Dark or light. Granulated sugar can be used as well.
- Smoked paprika – While you can substitute regular paprika, I highly recommend using smoked.
- Salt & pepper – Season to taste.
- Chili powder – Any type you like best. Give this homemade recipe a try!
- Onion powder – If you use dehydrated onion, double the amount called for.
- Garlic powder – Use more or less as you prefer.
- Cayenne – This is for some heat. You can use more, less, or none at all.
- Dry mustard – This will add a bit of tang. You can use less if you don’t love mustard.
THE BEST HICKORY BBQ SEASONING RECIPE
This hickory barbecue seasoning is great for pork, brisket, ribs, chicken, all kinds of meat! It's also good on vegetables If you are grilling, baking, frying or smoking you don't want to miss this fantastic Hickory barbecue seasoning recipe with one secret ingredient
Stay tuned! Instead of buying all those different spice rubs and seasonings why not make your own at home This homemade Hickory barbecue seasoning is delicious as a seasoning, marinade or rub It has the perfect blend of spices and I will soon show you the secret ingredient I have one-and-a-half tablespoons of kosher salt and you can use up to two tablespoons in this recipe to your taste and you want to use kosher or sea salt One teaspoon of sugar and if you're making this right away or using this for grilling or smoking you may want to substitute with brown sugar
One teaspoon of dry mustard, and here is the secret ingredient a half a teaspoon a hickory-smoked powder And I'm not sponsored by this company but it just happens to be the product that I ordered and it works really well in this recipe
I will leave my Amazon link in the description box below this video One teaspoon of lemon pepper, one teaspoon of celery salt, 2 tablespoons of chili powder, one tablespoon of paprika, one tablespoon of granulated garlic and one tablespoon of granulated onion I'm combining all the spices in my food processor and processing for about 20 to 30 seconds This makes about a half a cup of Tess's Hickory barbecue seasoning and you can store in a lidded container The hickory smoked powder really gives this seasoning a nice background Hickory taste
Many Hickory spice blends use hickory smoke salt which adds a lot of saltiness You can see the hickory smoke powder will go a long way so you can make lots of Tess's Hickory barbecue seasoning If you want to spice it up you can add some cayenne pepper for a kick! I've had this recipe for a number of years and I've tweaked it to my taste I use it mainly for baked chicken and chicken wings but I know my grilling and smoking friends out there might like to give it a try on some of their cooking magic! I hope you give my Hickory barbecue seasoning a try and leave a comment below on how you used it and how you liked it And enjoy! If you like this video recipe please hit the like and subscribe button
Remember to hit the bell next to the subscribe to make sure that you get my future video recipes You can also find me on Facebook and at my website Feel free to share this recipe and my channel with your friends and family And until next time Much Love!
Neely's Barbecue Seasoning
In the South, we have a tradition of ushering recipes from era to era and family to family. Secret sauces are passed down from generation to generation. That's certainly the case here. Our Barbecue Seasoning and Barbecue Sauce have evolved over time, and the versions that follow have benefited from the contributions of countless kin through the years.
Now that we are passing our family secrets along to you, it's your job to share them with others. We enjoy changing up recipes ans seeing what happens, and we encourage you to do the same. Who knows? You may come up with a secret sauce or rub that's better than our own!
Of course, the keys to full-flavored barbecue—indeed, one of the keys to any great-tasting dish—are fresh ingredients and spices. Don't be reaching in the back of the cupboard for some tired old tin of paprika. You want great ribs? Start with fresh spices.
Everyone down South knows that a good grill seasoning (or "dry rub," as it's called in Memphis) begins with paprika. We use the basic paprika that is not labeled "sweet" or "hot." The flavor is subtly sweet, rich, and yet mild, so it blends beautifully with grilled meats. Sugar and onion powder provide a sweet and savory counterpoint.
Keep in mind that you will be cooking over charcoal and hickory (or your preferred wood), which will add tremendous flavor to the meat. For that reason, this seasoning blend is fairly simple and straightforward.
For the best flavor, marinate the spice-rubbed meats overnight in the refrigerator, so they can absorb and "breathe in" the flavors.
1. Take out a medium-size saucepan and add into it the soy sauce, 1/2 cup of brown sugar, distilled mineral water, and molasses. Bring these ingredients to a boil, while stirring the spice mixture together frequently. Once a boil has been reached set the pan aside to cool down to room temperature.
2. Generously rub the entire surface area of the pork ribs with the Butt Rub Barbeque Seasoning blend. Be sure that you cover the bone and fat portions as well. Once the ribs have been seasoned, place them into a sealable baking bag. Pour your saucepan ingredients over the ribs in the bag and seal it tightly. Place the bag into the refrigerator so that the ribs can marinate for 4-6 hours, occasionally turning the bag over so that the ribs are able to evenly soak up the flavors.
3. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit or 190 degrees Celsius.
4. Once marinated, remove any excess marinade liquids from the baking bag. Next, cut four long slits in the top of the bag for better airflow. Place the bag into a baking pan and completely cover the top of it with tinfoil. Let the ribs bake for 2 full hours at the aforementioned heat setting.
5. To make your rib bbq sauce, add all of the sauce ingredients to a medium size saucepan and heat it over medium heat. Bring the contents to a boil while stirring the sauce frequently. Once the rib sauce is smooth and consistent you can remove it from the stove top. It is advisable to conduct this step while your ribs are baking in the oven.
6. Once your ribs are tender and juicy you can remove them from the baking bag. Handle the hot ribs with a strong pair of metal BBQ tongs. Lower your oven temperature to 350 degrees Fahrenheit or 175 degrees Celsius.
7. Brush your rib sauce on the meat rack, making sure that you completely cover the entire surface area of the meat. Once the sauce has been applied to the ribs, set them back into your baking pan. This time do not use a baking bag, as you want your ribs to cook uncovered. Slide them into the oven and allow them to cook for 30-45 minutes. Once they are done, place them under the broiler in order to char the ribs a bit.
Pro Tip - In order to ensure that this recipe has the absolute best flavor possible, be sure not to skip the marination process. It is strongly recommended that you allow your ribs to marinate for the full 6 hours, as it takes time for the pork meat to open up and accept all of the seasonings and sauces. Not marinating your ribs will likely result in much of the delicious flavor burning off in the oven during the cooking process. The end result will be ribs with a much less delicious flavor than they would otherwise have. So please, take the time to marinate your ribs for a lengthy period of time and you absolutely will not regret doing so.
Sweet & Smoky BBQ Dry Rub Mix
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Dry rubs: Not just for meat anymore! Although – this Sweet & Smoky BBQ Dry Rub Mix can totally be used for meat. This stuff can be used for everything. Except maybe bread. Or … ice cream. Okay, so maybe not everything. But it can be used for a whole lot.
This versatile dry rub recipe starts with a good dose of brown sugar. Then it’s loaded up with smoky spices like smoked paprika, chili powder mix, and dried chipotle chile. Then we throw a few more herbs and spice in there for mega flavor goodness. Mega Flavor Goodness – totally an awesome new blog name. But I digress.
Thyme and rosemary. Mustard powder. Even a smidge of ground allspice. Do it!
Just rub it on and grill away. Or sprinkle it over the top of something you’ve already grilled. Or make a marinade with it. This Sweet & Smoky BBQ Dry Rub Mix is your oyster! (Hmm. It would probably be good on oysters, too, if oysters are your thing.)
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BBQ seasoning recipe - Recipes
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