A Collection of Delicious Homemade
BBQ Rubs For All Your Outdoor Cooking

When I think back to barbecues past, I remember slow cooked pork, the meat dripping off the bone, that perfectly grilled succulent steak and smoked chicken breast. And, of course, I also remember the homemade BBQ rubs...

The recipes below, with more to come, are my own versions. Some are based on well known blends, but all are unique. Click the Image Links for your favourites.

Barbecue Rub Recipe Collection

A Sweet Blend That's
Perfect For Your Beef

An All-Purpose Mix For
All Your Fav Meat

A Herby BBQ Mix For
Chicken and Turkey

Brilliant For Your Steak
and Beef Briskets

A Versatile Barbecue
Spice For All Meats

Perfect For Seasoning
and Flavouring Pork

Add Fab Flavours to
Your Barbecued Pork

Easy-to-Make and a
Good All-Rounder

Ideal For Grilling and
Caramelizing Your Ribs 

A Herby Mix For
Chicken, Turkey
and Game Birds

A Fiery All-Purpose
Barbecue Dry Rub

A Flavourful Sweet
Mix That's Ideal
For Beef

 A Sweeter Seasoning
That's Perfect For

A Beef Dry Rub With
the Unique Taste
of Sumac

All-Purpose Blend of
Herbs and Spices For
Fab Grilling

Herby BBQ Chicken
Mix - That Can be
Made in Minutes

One For Your Ribs -
Flavour, Season and
Caramelize Perfectly

One For Your
Grilled Beef

Pork Barbecue Spice
- Flavours and Adds

Chicken Rub Recipe -
A Flavourful Blend of
Herbs and Spices

Ingredient Note: For the best flavour when making your BBQ rubs, I advise using whole ingredients when and where possible. Sometimes you may not have all of them available. In these cases use quality pre-ground powders. Just remember to reduce the quantity the recipe says by half and stir in with the other powders when making.

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Tips on How to Use Your BBQ Rubs...

Homemade BBQ pork rub

This is my preferred way of using barbecue dry rubs, if you have a favourite tried and trusted way, keep doing that...

...Liberally sprinkle it onto your meat and massage in until completely coated.

Wrap in foil or plastic wrap, and place in your refrigerator for at least an hour or, if you have the time, overnight.  

Take out of the refrigerator an hour before cooking time so it can return to room temperature.

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Image Links to Other Seasonings You May Enjoy

A Range of Spice
For Tastier

A Collection of Hot,
Mild and Fiery Chili
Powder Recipes

Dry Rub Collection
- For Seasoning
and Flavouring

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