Rub recipe...

Discussion in 'Just Good Food' started by atdalake, Jun 2, 2009.

  1. atdalake

    atdalake New Member

    918
    Feb 4, 2009
    Missouri
    This is a great recipe. Good flavor and the sugar carmelizes to make it even better. Great on about anything. Only drawback is that the recipe makes a huge amount. So unless you cook a LOT you'll either want to reduce the recipe or share it.

    10 lbs. sugar
    26 oz salt
    6 oz. paprika
    9 oz. garlic salt
    4 oz. black pepper
    8 reg. packages of cheap sloppy joe mix.
     
  2. venatic

    venatic ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

    Can you save some for later?
     

  3. atdalake

    atdalake New Member

    918
    Feb 4, 2009
    Missouri
    Since it is a dry rub, as long as you keep it dry and contamination free it stores in the cabinet with no problem. I split a batch with a coworker. I kept the bulk of mine in a sealed container and just filled an empty season salt shaker for use.

    My favorite victim of the rub so far was a slab of salmon on the grill, but have used on many other types of meat.
     
  4. rat

    rat Legbone

    Dec 13, 2005
    I make something real close to that myself. Yers sounds good and I'm gonna try it!

    I just vacuum seal it and put it in the freeza
     
  5. Hannibal

    Hannibal Senior Member

    Dec 30, 2004
    Greene county
    never heard of sloppy joe in the mix, whats in it??
     
  6. atdalake

    atdalake New Member

    918
    Feb 4, 2009
    Missouri
    This is the ingredient list for McCormick's SJ mix....can't imagine the store brands are much different.

    SUGAR, ONION, SALT, CORN STARCH, PAPRIKA, SPICES (INCLUDING CHILI PEPPER), RED AND GREEN BELL PEPPERS, GARLIC, MALTODEXTRIN, MODIFIED CORN STARCH, CITRIC ACID, VINEGAR SOLIDS, CIDER VINEGAR, AND NATURAL FLAVORS.
     
  7. Hannibal

    Hannibal Senior Member

    Dec 30, 2004
    Greene county
    well never would have thought of that but bet its durn good.
    i have used powdered ranch dressing mix, its good to...
     
  8. CodeRed

    CodeRed tutoring the most interesting man in the world

    May 31, 2007
    that is quite a bit of sugar...

    I usually use brown sugar instead of white sugar

    4 parts brown sugar
    2 parts kosher salt
    1 part garlic powder
    1 part onion powder
    1 part black pepper
    1 part cumin
    1 part paprika