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Unread 07-04-2013, 05:28 PM   #1
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Ok Nickey New Guy here just made my first rub I like it but its got a little to much heat to it. How can I tone the heat down thanks everyone?
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Add less spicy ingredients.
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Add less spicy ingredients.

Hahaha I kinda thought that for next time but im sayin this batch.
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I was saying that playfully and seriously.

Remake a whole batch of the rub leaving out the spicy stuff (cayenne, etc) and blend together with the current batch. Then next batch cut the spicy portions in half.
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Sweet tones down the heat if its not to sweet already.
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Make another batch without the heat and slowly mix the hot batch in a little at a time to your desired level of heat with a finger taste.


Or buy some Simply Marvelous and save the headache.... (LOL)
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Did you just taste the uncooked rub? If so, it will have more cayanne heat raw than after it is cooked on the meat.

I use country style ribs to check out the cooked taste of a rub.
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