"A delicious rub for baby back pork ribs! Makes enough rub for 6 racks of ribs. Ground rosemary is almost impossible to find in stores. I grind up dried rosemary leaves in a molcajete, with a mortar and pestle, or a clean coffee grinder. Trust me, it's worth the few extra minutes it takes!" — Babel Phaedrus
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fine sea salt
ground black pepper
dried, ground rosemary
The overall flavor of this was fine but WAY too salty for us. It really overpowered all the flavors. Sorry I really wanted to love this rub.
Yummy! We made ribs today and this rub was great. After I put it on the baby back ribs I stuck the ribs on a rack in the pan, put them in the oven on about 225 degrees and cooked them low and slow. Once done,I generously brushed Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce on them and stuck them under the broiler for a few minutes. Great flavor!
This is the best rub I have found. Just made a fresh batch for ribs on the grill tonight.
This is a very good rub. It's good to see that someone else shares my opinion that BBQ rub doesn't need to have sugar in it!
This stuff is the shizz! I'll admit to cutting the amount of black pepper in half but left the cayenne as written. I used it on boneless ribs and it permeated the meat really well. Chicken is getting this rub next. Love, love, LOVE! :o)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Rib Rub
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 13
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