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wrinklenuts 05-01-2018 07:58 AM

worcestershire as a base for bbq rub
 
Howdy. I was wondering if anyone uses Worcestershire sauce before they put on their rub? I usually use olive oil but I might have to try Worcestershire.

smoke ninja 05-01-2018 08:01 AM

Sure it will work as a slather. I've done it with beef and with pork ribs. If I slather it is mostly to help hydrate the rub as it helps with color

thirdeye 05-01-2018 08:16 AM

I think I use Worcestershire sauce more often before grilling, than before smoking, but if I'm using a mustard slather I will thin the mustard with it, or with Wooster and pickle juice. Most of my mops (actually a spray mop) do have Wooster added. And now that we're on the subject, I use Worcestershire powder in a couple of rubs and as as an adder to seasonings for beef.

THoey1963 05-01-2018 10:07 AM

I like to use it for Tri-Tips. For briskets and ribs, I prefer oil. Chicken, it depends...

cholloway 05-01-2018 10:34 AM

I've used McCormick's Pub Burger seasoning with worcestershire as the primary flavor.
It's not bad at all.
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Anthodavis 05-01-2018 11:26 AM

Iíve tried it after reading someone else using it that way. Didnít work like I wanted it to. All my run was on the pan I was using under the meat. I like mustard on pork and oil oil on poultry

medic92 05-01-2018 12:49 PM

I use it as a spritz for my brisket, but that's about it.

IamMadMan 05-01-2018 02:46 PM

You can also buy Worcestershire powder to mix in your rub(s).

jakel 05-01-2018 03:08 PM

You might try Maggi seasoning with the Worcestershire sauce ... tho used primarily for soup and stocks I’ve rubbed steaks and chops with it plus SPOG and was quite pleased.

Badjak 05-02-2018 12:58 AM

I don't use it much as a rub and I prefer marinating with soy, sweet soy and fish sauce.
It works well on a steak though (marinate and grill) and I use it all the time for making biltong


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