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Unread 09-10-2011, 06:11 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by ggeilman View Post
So what is "Texas Style" Rub? We tend to use quite different rubs depending on where you go. Here is mine:

Cup Lemon Pepper
Cup Cayenne
Cup Curry Powder
Cup Chili Powder
1/8 Cup Hickory Salt
1/8 Cup Celery Seed
Cup Paprika
1/8 Cup Red Pepper
Cup Onion Salt
Cup Garlic Powder
Cup Lawry Season Salt
Cup Brown Sugar

Add dried peppers to taste. Whatever is on hand.

Blend to a fine powder.

Let us know how it turns out. Haven't heard of Cumin being used, but will look into it. A lot of pepper, salt and sugar used here though. I'm not crazy about all the sugar and salt.
They called it a simple rub. I haveto admit I don't know what is real Texas. I'll have to follow your lead on that. I did mix up some kind of rub based on your list above. I used what I had in the house. Put that on the burnt ends. It didn't have very much cunin or sugar in it and I used sea salt. Iit did have a lot of fresh ground pepper. I didn't know if I should cover the burnt ends with foil to keep cooking?
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