The Absolute Best Chicken Rub For Smoking

The Absolute Best Chicken Rub For Smoking

Introduction

It's about that time of the year when everybody starts spending more time outside cooking their preferred meats. Everybody knows that you're not smoking or barbecuing unless you're using a rub. So, let's get to it!

Why Make Your Own Rub?

Rub makes the meat taste delicious and without it, you might as well be eating lumps of tasteless fat and muscle. It brings life to the dullest of meats and once you try rub, you'll never want to go back.

However, not many people know how to go about making their own rub at home and simply resort to buying store-bought brand rub.

Why buy it pre-made with who knows what in it, when you can make your own that's not only cheaper but more delicious than anything you could ever buy from a faceless company?

Chicken Rub For Smoking Video

Ingredients

There is an explanation on how to make your own rub involving several different ingredients. These spices all combined together create something that the video maker swears by.

The ingredients called for are: 

  • Salt
  • Sugar
  • Brown Sugar
  • Cumin
  • Chili Powder
  • Black Pepper
  • Cayenne Powder
  • Paprika

You simply rub the mix all over the chicken and get to barbecuing! It's just that simple.

The meat will turn out delicious with tons of flavor and anyone who has some will keep going back for second and third helpings.

Your Secret

Making a rub is incredibly easy and there's no reason not to when the meat turns out perfect and delicious every time. Anyone who eats at your barbecue will be coming back for more, wanting to know your secret.

If you want to know more about how to make your own delicious Carolina barbecue rub and the absolute best chicken rub for smoking, check out the video above. You'll never cook the same again!

Frequently Asked Questions

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Conclusion

Once you go rub, you'll be in love!

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