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In a large ... into a clean dry mason jar and ... the amount required. Rub and press the ... Beef you may add 1 tsp. crushed red pepper for an extra kick.
Combine all ingredients ... for next time). Rub and press the ... meat. Wrap meat in foil and store in refrigerator overnight. Try sprinkled over popcorn.
Sauté onion and garlic in olive oil until translucent, but do not allow to brown. combine brown sugar, chili powder, salt, mustard, and remaining ...
Mix all ingredients ... in plastic bag or jar until ready to use. Use as you would any seasoned salt. Rub into meat before putting on grill or in smoker.
Mix all seasoning ... Wash and pat dry your meat of ... Cook meat on the grill for best results, but I have used this in the oven and it was really good.
Combine ingredients in ... top is perfect.) Rub on ribs, pork ... as you normally would. This gives the meat a delicious barbecue flavor without the mess.
Mix together and rub into meat 3 ... or use brown sugar to make a sweeter taste. Any leftover rub can be stored in air tight container for 3 to 4 weeks.
In a food processor or blender, combine ingredients. Process until bay leaf is pulverized and mixture is thoroughly blended. Store in airtight ...
Combine all ingredients, ... of meat and rub in well with fingers. Let ... at room temperature for 2 hours or lightly covered in refrigerator overnight.
Mix together and place in closed container to keep on hand. Sprinkle generously on meat before placing in smoker or barbecuing.
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