Quick rub needed

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Not to mention, a perfect way to welcome new folks to the neighborhood. I like to make a big batch of this barbecue seasoning and store it in a glass jar in my spice cabinet. You can even freeze it if you want it to really last a long time. Feel free to adjust the amounts to suit your tastes. If you like things super spicy, for example, throw in some extra cayenne pepper. I always have chicken breasts in my freezer and a jar of this barbecue seasoning in my cupboard. I was planning on mixing sauce with fully cooked, shredded meat, but now am thinking maybe just use the rub and add the sauce per sandwich??

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Instructions In a medium bowl, stir together all ingredients until well combined. Store in an airtight container. Use to season chicken, beef, pork, etc. Did you make this recipe? Please leave a comment, or tag LetsDish on Instagram.

Comments This looks like a perfect spice blend. And I always like to have extra sauce either way. Footer As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

Quick rub needed

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