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Unread 07-04-2011, 01:06 PM   #12
El Ropo
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Originally Posted by sandiegobbq View Post
Those look very good indeed and certainly not dry or overcooked.

Do you use a no sugar rub?
Those got a home made rub I threw together, but it is definitely low sodium and low sugar, when I do use sugar, I use turbinado, since it doesn't burn as easy as white. I'll also run the turbinado through my spare burr coffee grinder at coarsest setting to make the granule size closer to the other ingredients.

Don't remember the exact recipe, I always throw them together at the last moment, but It had a bit of this stuff:

Granulated garlic
Turbinado sugar
Onion powder
Paprika
Chili Powder
Cumin
Low sodium Montreal chicken seasoning
Thyme
Tarragon
Parsley flakes
Fresh Ground 3 color peppercorns (A staple in any rub I make)

I'll usually run my contraption through the spare coffee grinder several times to mix it up and get a consistent size.
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