DRY RUB FOR ANY MEAT (SALLYE)
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How to Make DRY RUB FOR ANY MEAT (SALLYE)
- Combine all ingredients and store in a shaker in a cool, dry place.
Very versatile, can be used as a rub for pork, beef, ribs, turkey or chicken.
- When using rub, sprinkle generously over the surface of the meat but don't overdo it.
If you rub the meat a day in advance and marinate it in the fridge, you allow the meat to absorb the flavors.
- Fire up the grill and enjoy some of the best gol-derned Texas barbecue you've ever wrapped your lips around.