Top 10 Rub Recipes

These have consistently been the most popular BBQ rub recipes on my site. These rubs pretty much cover everything and are good enough to make ahead in large batches and store in your cupboard. So, take a look through these great rub recipes and find a few to your liking. I promise that you won't be disappointed.

1. Kansas City Rib Rub

Kansas City Rib RubRegarding BBQ Inc.

In Kansas City they know BBQ Ribs and this is the barbecue rub recipe for traditional Kansas City-style ribs. Finish them off with a good barbecue sauce and you'll have a fantastic meal. This recipe is mostly brown sugar, so it makes a deliciously, sweet rub. This rub is not recommended for hot and fast cooking because the sugar will burn. So avoid high temperatures when using it.

2. Memphis Style Rib Rub

Memphis Style Rib RubRegarding BBQ Inc.

In Memphis, ribs are traditionally served up dry. Though, it doesn't mean that the meat is tough and dried out, there just isn't a barbecue sauce. This traditional Memphis style barbecue rub recipe is the base of a great rack of pork ribs. This recipe is sugar free so it is all flavor without the sweet. Just the way they like it down in Memphis.

3. A Carolina BBQ Rub

Chuck Ozburn sent me this fantastic, classic-style Carolina barbecue rub recipe. Try this rub next time you want to make a traditional Carolina Pulled Pork. This is a great balanced rub that isn't overly spicy or salty. With just a touch of sweetness, this rub is perfect for pork.

4. Basic Pork Rub

This classic pork rub is perfect for smoked pork roasts. This rub recipe is a particular favorite for pulled pork. This low sugar and salt rub is great for pork which tends to have a salt flavor already. The high black pepper content is going to give this rub a nice heat without a lot of the chili pepper effect.

5. Best Odds Rib Rub

Best Odds Rib RubRegarding BBQ Inc.

This rub is your "best odds" for smoking great set of ribs. This savory rub will add a lot of flavor without detracting from the natural flavor of the meat. This is a mild rub that won't overpower your ribs and is also a great starter rub. Increase the sweetness, saltiness, or the heat to your liking.

6. Porker's Rib Seasoning

This rub is perfect for all kinds of pork whether it's ribs or Carolina-style pulled pork. This rub is low on salt and high on flavor. While this is perfect for large pork roasts (butts and shoulders), I like a little less salt on my pork ribs.

7. Best Odds Brisket Rub

Best Odds Brisket RubRegarding BBQ Inc.

This traditional brisket rub is most commonly used Texas. Though simple to make, this rub contains what you need to make a delicious smoked barbecue brisket. This is a basic rub that will give you the perfect balance of sweetness and the saltiness that beef needs. Work in your favorite flavors to create your own rub.

8. Best Odds Pulled Pork Rub

This traditional pulled pork rub will give you the best odds for making a great batch of Carolina Style Pulled Pork. This rub calls for a little dry mustard that won't overpower the meat, but certainly adds a lot of flavor with just a touch of heat.

9. Spare Rib Rub

This is a sweet and savory rub works well on pork ribs. You can adjust the heat by changing the amount of cayenne. This Recipe was posted to the Forum by BBQ Guru.

10. Memphis Rub

In Memphis the Rub is the most important ingredient aside from the meat. Often ribs are served with only a rub and without sauce. This means that this barbecue rub has to provide all the flavor to make Memphis Style Barbecue. This rub starts with a generous portion of paprika and then builds a slightly spicy but definitely savory profile to help you make the most of your barbecue. This Memphis Rub is particularly good on ribs but can be used on any smoked meats.

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