I always keep this mixture on hand; it’s good on anything, especially grilled pork, chicken and vegetables. Kenneth has developed a taste for heat, and this does supply some.—Greg Fontenot, The Woodlands, Texas
Foods low in salt can to help lower your risk for high blood pressure-and even control it. The American Heart Association recommends keeping sodium at less than 2300 mg per day. This spicy salt-free rub is one example of easy ways to boost flavor but not sodium. Try it on chicken, pork-even popcorn!
This spicy seasoning adds warmth-in more ways than one!-to the holidays and all year-round. The versatile mix is as good on popcorn as it is on chicken or potato wedges. Try packaging it in pretty shakers.
Rosalie Mellott says she enjoys quick-and-easy recipes. "Being a farm wife, I don't have much time to prepare meals," she writes from Oakland, Maryland. "That's why I keep this mix for coating fish on hand."
I came across this recipe for a dry rub and I tweaked it to make it my own. I store it in a sealed container so I always have it on hand. The rub is full of flavor & goes great with chicken, pork, beef and especially ribs. For extra punch you can add 1-2 tablespoons of cayenne pepper.