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Halibut being prepared with a coffee spice rub
Halibut being prepared with a coffee spice rub
A pork shoulder rubbed with a spice rub before cooking
A pork shoulder rubbed with a spice rub before cooking

Spice rub is any mixture of ground spices that is made for the purpose of being rubbed on raw food before the food is cooked. The spice rub forms a coating on the food. The food can be marinated in the spice rub for some time for the flavors to incorporate into the food or it can be cooked immediately after it is coated in the rub. The spice rub can be left on or partially removed before cooking.

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Warning. The following recipe contains non-specific amounts. Terminology such as "parts" and "smidges" will be used and you will be expected to fine tune your own rub. BBQ with Franklin does not condone or promote such seriousness regarding BBQ. You know a rub is an integral part of BBQ. You can go to the store, you can buy all kinds of different rubs. or you can just make your own! They're really not very hard. So today we're gonna kinda make an evolving rub. Onion powder, garlic powder, paprika, salt and pepper. some sugar. so I'm going to start with a base pepper We're going to do the same amount of kosher salt. So this is my basic brisket rub: half kosher salt and half black pepper. What makes it "evolving" is you can actually add onion powder, garlic powder, some savory aspects if you want. so for brisket got a little bit of onion powder here. I put just barely enough where you can just taste it. A little bit of garlic powder. So this is becoming more of a "Texasy" brisket rub. Might also be good for some other things. Put a little bit of chili powder in it. And this would be great for brisket OR it'd be good for shoulder butt. AKA pulled pork. If I was going to make pulled pork I'd add a little Hungarian paprika. This will add some color. Not a lot of flavor. But it's great for pulled pork. Give you a nice red mahogany color. I would also add a little bit of dry mustard This gets you a little more on the savory side. A little bit of balance in there. But if I was going to make pork ribs I'd add a little bit of pepper. Since ribs are really thin, you don't want too much salt. So I'm going to double up the black pepper. So this is a great rub for pork ribs. But to turn it to a chicken rub just add a little bit of brown sugar. adds a little molassesy flavor to it. You can also add white sugar. I prefer brown sugar So here's why I wouldn't add any sugar for brisket, pulled pork or ribs, since those are really long cooks sugar has a tendency to burn. But Chicken is a quick cook and I think chicken could really benefit from a little sweetness too. So this is an "evolving rub." It starts off with salt and pepper really good for brisket, but as you add other things it also becomes good for other cuts of meat. You could use as much of this rub as you like. I prefer to go a little bit lighter

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Ingredients

The spices are usually coarsely ground. In addition to spices, salt and sugar may be added to the rub, the salt for flavor and the sugar for caramelization. The simplest rub is just coarsely ground black pepper as in steak au poivre.

Spice rubs can also have ingredients such as herbs, crushed garlic or oil added to make a paste.

Less common ingredients can include coffee beans.[1]

Foods

Spice rubs are mainly used for preparing meats and fish. There are many different recipes for rubs and most of them are targeted towards a specific kind of food. The exact combination of spices that makes a good rub for a particular kind of food varies from region to region and culture to culture.

Cooking methods

Cooking with rubs is almost always done using the dry heat method of cooking where almost no water based liquid is used in cooking. The most popular cooking method for food prepared using a spice rub is grilling. Baking and pan roasting are other dry-heat methods. Sautéing is another method, especially if the spice rub includes flour or bread crumbs.

When water is used for cooking, it is usually after the food has already been partially cooked with the dry heat method.

See also

References

  1. ^ Ozersky, Josh (2013-05-18). "The New Barbecue - WSJ". Online.wsj.com. Retrieved 2016-06-01.

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