Butt Rub Seasoning For BBQ At Home Recipe
For those of you that have never heard of Butt Rub Barbeque Seasoning products, you're missing out on meat flavoring that rises far above the rest. These masterfully crafted seasoning blends are used by expert BBQ pit masters, professional chefs, and culinary artists around the world. In this recipe tutorial article, we'll take you through an absolutely delicious barbecued pork ribs recipe that includes Butt Rub Seasoning as one of the primary ingredients. We guarantee that this will be one of the most delicious and the very best bbq rubs recipes that you have ever tried. Butt Rub Barbeque Seasonings are a multi-purpose product and can be used on not just pork ribs, but all sorts of meats such as pan-fried fish, steak, chicken wings, brisket, sausages, hamburgers, hot dogs, and even french fries.
You'll Need The Following Items to Complete This Butt Rub Seasoning Recipe
1. Non-Stick Medium Size Saucepan - When it comes to cooking any type of sauces, it is always best to use a high-quality non-stick saucepan. Burning or charing ingredients can absolutely kill the flavor of your recipe dish. For this recipe, we strongly recommend using a Teflon coated non-stick saucepan or a quality non-stick stainless steel pan. With a quality pan, you can bring your rib sauce ingredients to a simmer and not worry about ingredients burning, particularly at the edge of the pan.
2. Sealable Baking Bag - This recipe tutorial requires the use of a baking bag. It is extremely important to use a bag that is completely intended for cooking. Do not use any ordinary bag as it can melt and contaminate your food with potentially hazardous chemicals. A proper oven bag will be heat resistant and lock in all of the delicious flavors and juices that your pork ribs possess. Baking bags should only be used in your oven and be laid out in a baking dish. Never set a baking bag on to a hot grill or oven rack, as it can cause an oven fire or ruin your food.
3. The Best Seasoning in The World - As we'll illustrate quite clearly with this delicious and mouthwatering barbecued pork recipe, the best seasoning in the world is none other than Butt Rub Barbeque Seasoning. The mixture is made with only the freshest seasoning ingredients, such as paprika, chipotle, garlic, sea salt, onion powder, and more. The ingredient portions are perfectly created to give this seasoning blend a balanced and absolutely delicious taste. A generous amount rubbed on to your pork ribs will elevate the flavor to a heavenly level. Be sure to try out this seasoning blend the next time you fire up the oven, backyard barbecue, grill, or smoker.
4. Heavy BBQ Tongs - Any time you are barbecuing pork you need a heavy pair of BBQ tongs in order to properly turn the rack of meat. Always be sure that your tongs are adequately sized to handle the weight load of the rib rack, otherwise, you risk dropping the meat or burning yourself. The best cooking results always come through having the right tools for the job. Metal tongs are much better than plastic or resin tongs, as you don't have to worry about them leaching plastic particles or other chemicals into your meat and ruining the delicious flavors. It's also a lot safer to use metal as they don't lose their structural composure when exposed to high heat temperatures.
5. Sharp Carving Knife - BBQ and grilling experts will all agree that the best kitchen knife to use for cutting or trimming pork ribs is a super sharp carving knife. You want the knife to be somewhat large and very sturdy, such as an 8-inch carving knife. Using a small, dull, or poorly designed knife to cut or trim pork ribs can be quite dangerous and lead to a serious cut or injury. With a sharp and properly sized carving knife, you can trim and slice through your pork ribs with very little effort or force. When it comes to cutting meat, always have the proper knife for the job.
Butt Rub Seasoning Recipe For BBQ
In the expertly written recipe tutorial below we've taken the time to lay out an exact instructional on how to make world-class barbecued pork deliciously seasoned with barbecue rub's blend. While this recipe contains exact ingredients, portions, and preparation instructions, it can be customized using common sense. If you see a particular ingredient that you feel like swapping out with something more favorable to your particular taste palette then don't be afraid to do it. Also be sure to read through our list of items above that you will need in order to properly create this recipe. Without the correct tools for the job, you might end up with a rack of ribs that doesn't quite live up to the full potential of the ribs we've made in this recipe.
Preparation Time: 30 Minutes
Cook Time: 2.5 Hours
- 5 Pounds of Uncooked Premium Pork Ribs
- 2 Cups of Soy Sauce
- 1/2 Cup of Packed Brown Sugar
- 1 Tablespoon of Dark Molasses
- 1/8 Cup of Butt Rub Barbeque Seasoning
- 1 Cup of Distilled Mineral Water
Rib Sauce Ingredients
- 1 Bottle of Ketchup
- 1 Small Bottle of Hot Chili Sauce
- 1/2 Cup of Packed Brown Sugar
- 1 Teaspoon of Dry Mustard Powder
1. Take out a medium-size saucepan and add into it the soy sauce, 1/2 cup of brown sugar, distilled mineral water, and molasses. Bring these ingredients to a boil, while stirring the spice mixture together frequently. Once a boil has been reached set the pan aside to cool down to room temperature.
2. Generously rub the entire surface area of the pork ribs with the Butt Rub Barbeque Seasoning blend. Be sure that you cover the bone and fat portions as well. Once the ribs have been seasoned, place them into a sealable baking bag. Pour your saucepan ingredients over the ribs in the bag and seal it tightly. Place the bag into the refrigerator so that the ribs can marinate for 4-6 hours, occasionally turning the bag over so that the ribs are able to evenly soak up the flavors.
3. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit or 190 degrees Celsius.
4. Once marinated, remove any excess marinade liquids from the baking bag. Next, cut four long slits in the top of the bag for better airflow. Place the bag into a baking pan and completely cover the top of it with tinfoil. Let the ribs bake for 2 full hours at the aforementioned heat setting.
5. To make your rib bbq sauce, add all of the sauce ingredients to a medium size saucepan and heat it over medium heat. Bring the contents to a boil while stirring the sauce frequently. Once the rib sauce is smooth and consistent you can remove it from the stove top. It is advisable to conduct this step while your ribs are baking in the oven.
6. Once your ribs are tender and juicy you can remove them from the baking bag. Handle the hot ribs with a strong pair of metal BBQ tongs. Lower your oven temperature to 350 degrees Fahrenheit or 175 degrees Celsius.
7. Brush your rib sauce on the meat rack, making sure that you completely cover the entire surface area of the meat. Once the sauce has been applied to the ribs, set them back into your baking pan. This time do not use a baking bag, as you want your ribs to cook uncovered. Slide them into the oven and allow them to cook for 30-45 minutes. Once they are done, place them under the broiler in order to char the ribs a bit.
Pro Tip - In order to ensure that this recipe has the absolute best flavor possible, be sure not to skip the marination process. It is strongly recommended that you allow your ribs to marinate for the full 6 hours, as it takes time for the pork meat to open up and accept all of the seasonings and sauces. Not marinating your ribs will likely result in much of the delicious flavor burning off in the oven during the cooking process. The end result will be ribs with a much less delicious flavor than they would otherwise have. So please, take the time to marinate your ribs for a lengthy period of time and you absolutely will not regret doing so.
We Know You'll Enjoy These Heavenly Flavored Pork Ribs
Keep in mind that, even though this recipe is for pork butt seasoning, you can use this little butt rub for any other backyard cooks such as pork chops, outstanding steaks, as bbq seasoning, or even as seafood seasoning. With this best barbeque rub you can season meat and take it to the next level! Add a little black pepper or chipotle powder, granulated garlic or smoked jalapeno, customize it to your taste and surprise your guest with amazing dishes!
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Butt Rub Seasoning
Uncooked Premium Pork Ribs
Packed Brown Sugar
Butt Rub Barbeque Seasoning
Cup Distilled Mineral Water
Rib Sauce Ingredients
Bottle of Ketchup
Small Bottle of Hot Chili Sauce
Packed Brown Sugar
Dry Mustard Powder
- Take out a medium-size saucepan and add into it the soy sauce, 1/2 cup of brown sugar, distilled mineral water, and molasses.
- Bring these ingredients to a boil, while stirring the spice mixture together frequently.
- Once a boil has been reached set the pan aside to cool down to room temperature.
- Generously rub the entire surface area of the pork ribs with the Butt Rub Barbeque Seasoning blend.
- Be sure that you cover the bone and fat portions as well.
- Once the ribs have been seasoned, place them into a sealable baking bag.
- Pour your saucepan ingredients over the ribs in the bag and seal it tightly.
- Place the bag into the refrigerator so that the ribs can marinate for 4-6 hours, occasionally turning the bag over so that the ribs are able to evenly soak up the flavors.
- Preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit or 190 degrees Celsius.
- Once marinated, remove any excess marinade liquids from the baking bag.
- Next, cut four long slits in the top of the bag for better airflow.
- Place the bag into a baking pan and completely cover the top of it with tinfoil.
- Let the ribs bake for 2 full hours at the aforementioned heat setting.
- To make your rib bbq sauce, add all of the sauce ingredients to a medium size saucepan and heat it over medium heat.
- Bring the contents to a boil while stirring the sauce frequently.
- Once the rib sauce is smooth and consistent you can remove it from the stove top.
- It is advisable to conduct this step while your ribs are baking in the oven.
- Once your ribs are tender and juicy you can remove them from the baking bag.
- Handle the hot ribs with a strong pair of metal BBQ tongs.
- Lower your oven temperature to 350 degrees Fahrenheit or 175 degrees Celsius.
- Brush your rib sauce on the meat rack, making sure that you completely cover the entire surface area of the meat.
- Once the sauce has been applied to the ribs, set them back into your baking pan.
- This time do not use a baking bag, as you want your ribs to cook uncovered.
- Slide them into the oven and allow them to cook for 30-45 minutes.
- Once they are done, place them under the broiler in order to char the ribs a bit.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Butt Rub Barbecue Seasoning?
Butt rub is a combination of herbs and spices that are used by amateur and professional grillers alike. It’s the perfect all-purpose seasoning for everything from pork butt for shredded pork to smoked pork ribs. You could also use it on non-pork products, like chicken wings or turkey legs.
How long to ribs take to cook?
Depending on your cooking method and temperature, ribs can take anywhere from 2 to 6 hours. In this tutorial, we bake our ribs in an oven-safe bag in a 375 degree oven. Because the bag creates a sealed cooking environment and we’re using a hot oven, this recipe should only take about 3 hours from start to finish.
What’s the best way to cook ribs?
There are several different ways to cook ribs. In this tutorial, we cook them inside an oven-safe bag in the oven before finishing them uncovered to give them a nice char. You could also cook them directly on the grill or smoker, which would start to crisp up the exterior from the moment you place them on the cooking surface. No matter how you cook them, you want to pay attention to time and temperature so you get tender ribs without burning the outsides.
Can you cook pork ribs in aluminum foil?
Many times, people use aluminum foil instead of an oven-safe bag to cook their ribs. This method works, especially if you use two layers of aluminum foil, but steam is often able to escape out of the sides of the foil. That’s why we like using the bag: all the steam is trapped inside, making the ribs as tender and juicy as possible.
Do you have to marinate pork ribs?
We greatly recommend either marinating pork ribs or applying a dry rub before cooking them. They should rest for at least 6 hours before hitting the grill, giving the marinade plenty of time to penetrate the exterior of the ribs.