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Turkey Rib Recipe - #turkey #rub #seasoning #recipe #eatwell101 - This turkey rub recipe is savory and rich in flavor. It is the perfect spice rub to season your roasted turkey.

Homemade Turkey Rub Recipe – Thanksgiving is right around the corner and this year we’ve decided to share our top-secret turkey-rub recipe. Savory and rich in flavor, this homemade turkey spice rub is made with pepper, paprika, thyme, sage, rosemary, and garlic. It’s the perfect turkey seasoning mix to flavor up your roasted bird. Enjoy 🦃!

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Turkey Rub Recipe

Want to cook a turkey dinner that’s sure to impress for Thanksgiving? Use this best turkey rub recipe to infuse the meat and bring up the flavors. It takes only five minutes to make, and you can make a big batch to use all year long. Aside from brinning, this is the best seasoning for turkey!

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How to make turkey rub

This turkey rub is super simple to make and we are 99% sure you already have most of the ingredients sitting in your pantry. Combine paprika, black pepper, thyme, rosemary, sage, garlic powder, and instant chicken stock (or salt) in a bowl. Keep the turkey spice mix in a tightly closed mason jar.

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Directions

1. How to make this homemade turkey rub recipe: Mix all the ingredients together in a small bowl, then rub (or sprinkle) over and/or inside your turkey. Enjoy!

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Tips for the turkey rub recipe

Feel free to adjust the amounts of ingredients for the turkey rub to your liking, or simply double the recipe if your turkey is gigantic! Some nice addition to this homemade turkey rub would be a teaspoon of brown sugar, Cayenne pepper for a bit of heat, or even dry mustard. This turkey rub recipe is very forgiving, you simply can’t go wrong with it! You can keep the dry turkey rub for months, stored in a tightly closed mason jar.

How to use the homemade turkey rub

Thaw your turkey or turkey breasts at least two days before Thanksgiving, and then rub it evenly with the homemade turkey rub mixture the day before Thanksgiving. Leave your seasoned turkey uncovered in the refrigerator overnight. This will allow to draw out the moisture in the turkey meat and infuse it with the flavor of the spice rub before being reabsorbed by the turkey. You’ll get a delicious, flavorful roasted turkey with crisp skin!

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  • Shelby

    2021-11-26 00:36:32

    This recipe was super flavorful without being over bearing. It was simple, easy and made with ingredients I already had on hand. Definitely became my go to seasoning for turkey and more...!

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