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It’s grilling season so we’re going to explore spice rubs and this one is a spice rubs for ribs and chicken. You can buy this stuff in the grocery store in a bottle or you can make it at home and I would strongly suggest to make it at home because then you can subtly make changes and make it your own. They're really easy it’s just a matter of assembling your ingredients and dumping them into a container.
So in this particular ribbon chicken rub we have and I've got all written out in front of me here because there a lot of ingredients. So I've got paprika, chili, ground pepper, salt. Salt is one place where you can really make some changes. I often find the stock in the stores too salty. I've got celery salt, a little bit of sugar, some sage, and some thyme. I’ve got some onion flakes or dried minced onion, some hot mustard powder and if you don’t like hot mustard powder you could just have regular mustard powder and some cayenne.
So all of that just goes into a sealable container, this is a Ziploc container. You can put it onto a mason jar if you wanted too, couple of shakes and that’s it. So this is ready to go. You can make a very small amounts, scale the recipe back, test it out and see what you like, see what you don’t like, scale it up and then change the spicing to suit your taste and then you can make this at the beginning of the season. Put this in your covered and it will keep for the entire grilling season. Thanks for stopping by hope to see you again soon.