Here is a quick and simple dry rub for some tasty BBQ. I will be using it in tomorrow's post to make Crock Pot BBQ Beef but it is great using other cooking methods as well. This is a staple on my household spice shelf... because, no lie, it is a whole shelf in my pantry. I love experimenting in the kitchen with my cooking so there are always a large variety of spice jars and mixtures lining my shelves at any given moment. As I already explained my reasons why I make a lot of my own spice mixtures, including rubs, at home in a previous post (saves money and there are no harmful additives or added sugar) I'll keep it short and sweet and just pass along the recipe. Happy cooking!
1. Mix all spices together well. You can use a spoon, a whisk, or (if you want a really fine powder that is more consistent) you can even use a Magic Bullet or other processor.
2. Store in an airtight container.