Homemade Dry Rub Recipe for Pork Ribs

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Homemade Dry Rub Recipe for Pork Ribs
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Homemade Dry Rub Recipe for Pork Ribs - #dryrub #pork #ribs #recipe #eatwell101 - This amazing homemade rub recipe is easy, and quick to make, perfect for making BBQ ribs, pork ribs, or giving your meat an extra burst of flavor.

Dry Rub Recipe for Pork Ribs – This amazing homemade rub recipe is easy and quick to make. It’s perfect for making BBQ ribs, slow-roasted ribs, or giving your meat an extra burst of flavor. It takes less than 5 minutes to throw together and holds up great stored in your pantry. Made with simple spices you probably already have on your shelves, it’s the perfect seasoning mix to flavor up your pork ribs. Enjoy!

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Ingredients list for the homemade dry rub recipe

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Pork Ribs Dry Rub Recipe

There are many ways to season pork ribs, but this dry rub recipe consistently gives amazing results at every of our outdoor party. Feel free to customize around this base, and prepare to receive constant acclamations for your pork ribs this Summer! We recommend massaging the rub on a nice slab of pork ribs using your hands and fingers so the seasoning fills up any crevices in the meat and infuses it with flavor.

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Homemade Pork Ribs Rub Ingredients

Salt: It is the base of this rub! Salt helps remove some of the moisture from the meat while keeping it tender and forming a nice crust when grilling or searing.

Black pepper: We prefer using freshly ground black pepper because it is more fragrant than pre-ground pepper.

Chili powder: Usually a blend of several chile varieties, this is the flavor backbone of the rub.

Garlic powder: What could we do without garlic powder? Its robust flavor rounds out this rub’s flavor profile.

Onion powder: Sweet and aromatic to balance with all other ingredients.

Cayenne pepper: gives your rub a kick of heat. You can omit It if you don’t like spicy food and substitute it with more chili powder.

White sugar: Pork meat combines very well with sweet flavors, and sugar helps caramelize the surface of the meat when it is grilled.

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How to make the pork ribs dry rub:

1. Mix all ingredients in a large bowl.

2. Use the dry rub immediately or store it in an airtight container such as a Mason jar with a tight lid on for up to 6 months. Enjoy!

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Tips And Tricks for Dry Rub Recipe 

  • This dry rub recipe is flexible. Feel free to adjust quantities or add your own twist.
  • Use brown sugar instead of white sugar for even more depth of flavor if you like.
  • Use whole spices and grind them yourself when possible, especially with black pepper. Pre-ground spices tend to lose flavor when stored on grocery store shelves for a while. We like using a mortar and pestle to grind our spices.

How to store the dry rub

You can store your dry rub for up to 6 months in an airtight container or mason jar in a cool, dark place. For clarity, date and label the jar!

How to use the ribs rub

Rub your homemade seasoning mix all over the ribs, getting the spices into every nook and cranny. We recommend marinating the ribs in the refrigerator overnight so the meat is deeply infused with flavors.

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