Wednesday, June 23, 2010

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Dry Rub for your favorite meat

This is a simple dry rub that you can use on any meat.  Dry rubs are great because they add flavor without the added calories!

This recipe makes a bunch so I just half it when I make it and put the rest in a airtight container.  I 've used it 3 times already on chicken breasts.  A bit spicy so reduce the amount of cayenne pepper if you don 't want too much kick!


1/2 cup paprika

3 tbls. cayenne pepper

5 tbls. freshly ground black pepper

6 tbls. garlic powder

3 tbls. onion powder

6 tbls. salt

2 1/2 tbls. dried oregano

2 1/2 tbls. dried thyme


In a medium bowl, combine the paprika, cayenne pepper, ground black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, oregano, and thyme.  Mix well, and store in a cool, dry place in an airtight container. Just rub into your choice of meat and grill


Recipe Source: Unknown (But likely an old gem from Joi's recipe box)

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