My family's favorite dry rib rub seasoning is loaded with umami and a burst of heat. Make a big batch to season your racks of ribs and other meats!
Author Robert Head
26ounces(1 box) table salt
2ouncesred pepper (cayenne)ground
Mix all ingredients together thoroughly and store in an airtight container.
Before you apply rib rub, pat the meat dry and apply a dark brown sugar coating.
This recipe makes a lot of dry rib rub. You could easily season 12 racks of ribs or more with this amount. While my dad sometimes quadrupled this recipe and kept the seasoning in a five-gallon paint bucket, you'll have fresher rib rub when it's made in smaller batches. This rib rub can get pretty spicy on some bites. Adjust the cayenne down if you prefer less heat; however, don't completely omit it. You'll want at least a little!
Robert's Rib Rub Seasoning https://saltytooth.com/food/season/spring/roberts-rib-rub-seasoning/ April 22, 2019