Sunday, February 14, 2016

Dry Mixes in a Jar... Pork Dry Rub

Dry Mixes... these mixes are not for canning, but may be stored in canning jars.
Pork Dry Rub 

This dry rub recipe for pork ribs, Boston butts, loins, and chops is the perfect basic barbeque rub to start with. Use as is, or adjust the ingredients and quantities to make it your own special rub. ­ 

1/4 cup Paprika 

1/8 cup Fresh Ground Black Pepper 

1-­2 tablespoons Garlic Powder 

1-­2 tablespoons Onion Powder 

1 tablespoon or more Cayenne Pepper 

1/4 cup Coarse Salt 

1/4 cup Brown or White Sugar 

This will coat up to 6 lbs. Pork Ribs and 10 lbs. Pork Shoulder or Pork Roast.

1 comment:

  1. This looks really good! I have been looking for a good rub on a pork roast.


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