Homemade Prime Rib Rub

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Homemade Prime Rib Rub
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Prime Rib Rub Recipe – Simply the best dry rub recipe ever! This prime rib rub is made with oregano, thyme, rosemary, garlic, salt, and pepper. It’s quick, easy to use, tastes wonderful. Use this prime rib dry rub for roasting or grilling. Enjoy!

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Ingredients list for the dry rub recipe

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Prime rib rub

Prime rib rub is a wonderful way to infuse a ton of flavor into your meat. This dry rub is a combination of spices, herbs, and sugar. Basically, it’s dry ingredients and spice ingredients mixed together for coating and flavoring your prime rib roast. 

How to use prime rib rub

Prime rib rub is used on meat to infuse flavor into the meat without having any additional sauces or condiments. Dry rub for prime rib is very simple to make. In just minutes, you will have an aromatic combination of spices ready to be applied to the meat. Once your prime rib rub is mixed, rub it on the meat using your hands and massage well, getting every nook and cranny filled with spices. If you have some time, refrigerate the meat overnight to let the flavors infuse into the meat.

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1. To make the prime rib rub: Combine all spices and herbs in a bowl or plate and mix well. You can also combine directly in a jar with a lid, and give it a good shake. ❤️ 

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Tips for making the best dry rub for prime rib roast

Use whole and fresh ingredients when possible. Grind the spice yourself because pre-ground spices tend to lose their aroma and flavor after a while. Herbs and spices are much more aromatic when freshly ground.

Can we use the dry rub recipe for other cuts of meat?

The homemade spice rub is delicious for flavoring beef prime rib but it also complements pork or roast chicken.

How to store 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. Date and label the bag or the jar for clarity!

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