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Old 06-29-2013, 03:30 PM   #1
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Default Williams Rib Tickler Rub

Williams Rib Tickler Rub, OK I would love to buy some of this stuff but it is not available where i live. The other option would be to order via internet but I'm cooking tomorrow so thats a no go. The Ingredients listed are: sugar, salt, paprika, black pepper, dehydrated garlic, red pepper and less than 2% calcium stearate to prevent caking. Does anyone know the amounts to make this rub as close to the original? Also would it be brown sugar or white sugar. Is the paprika regular or spicy Hungarian? Are the red peppers just ground red pepper flakes? Thanks friends
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Old 06-29-2013, 05:48 PM   #2
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I never heard of that rub but if I had to make a rub out of those ingredients it would be something like:

1 part Kosher Salt
1 part coarse ground black pepper
1/3 part paprika
1/4 part ground garlic
1/4 part turibando sugar
1/8 part ground red pepper

I'd then try it on a country style pork rib and tweak as needed.

I believe they list the ingredients in order of volumn, but if it has that much sugar, I would worry about it burning.
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