Giving Grilled Meat Flavor With a Dry Rub
By Buns In My Oven on July 31, 2011
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[Editor's Note: I love a grilled piece of meat that's been marinating all day long, but like Karly of Buns In My Oven, I sometimes forget to make that step happen, but still want to grill something that has a lot of flavor. A dry rub is a perfect solution to this, and this recipe for a rub would be a great one for your summer grilling portfolio. -Genie]
Barbecue Dry Rub
That’s when I bust out the dry rub. It’s such a simple way to add a ton of flavor to otherwise boring meat. This time I went with a barbecue rub (the same one I use on these slow cooked barbecue beef sandwiches) and I had dinner done in about 20 minutes. Easy peasy chicken squeezy.
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