Jeff rub Recipe book

Discussion in 'UK Smokers' started by ukcommando, Jul 27, 2015.

  1. ukcommando

    ukcommando Fire Starter

  2. Hello Lee.  I have not ordered the book.  I have read many posts where folks talk about how much they love the recipes.  You can also help support the site by becoming a Premier Member.  Not much to join.  I joined a couple years ago and can't remember where to find the info.  PM Brian from the link below.  He is Admin..  He can give you the details.  There are a few perks for Premier Members.  Keep Smokin!

    Danny

    http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/u/1/bmudd14474
     
  3. osprey2

    osprey2 Meat Mopper SMF Premier Member

    Hi Lee, the link you put up is not a book, its sent by email. I got them a while back and the rub is not bad. My sis in law used to bring me Jack Daniels bbq sauce from the states, made the sauce and flamed a miniature bottle of JD and added it. Turned out very good, but a small tweek on the amount of ingredients would more suit our tastes. I have used the rubs ( you get two) one on pulled pork and the two in a bacon stuffed burger.

    Dave
     
  4. smokin monkey

    smokin monkey Master of the Pit Group Lead OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

  5. ukcommando

    ukcommando Fire Starter

    sorry im normally good and details..lol i did realise they were via email, sorry about that, i have subscribed to the news letter, and i do have a sweet tooth !!!! ill ponder what to do, think ill try some from the material i have first,

    thanks for the replies

    lee
     
  6. kiska95

    kiska95 Smoking Fanatic

    Hi Lee,

    If you look closely at a lot of these rubs, they all pretty much start with the same ingredients, its just the volumes that are tweaked to suit taste, then a couple of unique ingredients are added that seem appropriate, for Pork, Chicken or Ribs or whatever.

    I tweaked a version of "Magic Dust" and it suits just fine for pulled pork and ribs. I will alter it for seafood and lamb, but for beef I just like S & P, washed with Worcestershire sauce first

    Let me know and I will send you the list of ingredients
     
  7. ukcommando

    ukcommando Fire Starter

    id love it if you could, that would be great to have a cuboard full of basic ingriediants that i can mix up and make to suit what i fancy cooking,

    many thanks

    lee
     
  8. osprey2

    osprey2 Meat Mopper SMF Premier Member

    Hi Lee Here is my go to rub:-

    3/4 cup dark brown sugar

    3/4 cup white sugar

    1/2 cup paprika (I use smoked)

    1/4 cup salt (I use Himalayan pink salt)

    1/4 cup garlic powder

    2 tablespoons ground black pepper

    2 tablespoons ground ginger powder

    2 tablespoons onion powder

    2 teaspoons rosemary powder

     Try it as is first and then change  ONE item at a time and write down as is and what you changed EACH time, until you get the taste you really like.

    Dave
     
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2015
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  9. ukcommando

    ukcommando Fire Starter

    spot on thanks mate
     
  10. osprey2

    osprey2 Meat Mopper SMF Premier Member

    No worries your welcome, as I say change one thing at a time and write it down so you know what you have changed, that way you can tell what is right / wrong? with it.

    I use it on pulled pork and ribs, slightly changing it for each.

    Dave
     
  11. kiska95

    kiska95 Smoking Fanatic

    Hi Lee

    This is my rub for Pulled Pork ribs, I made a big batch to keep in a mason Jar. Most ingredients are a Knock off of "Magic Dust"

    1 cup Smoked Paprika

    1/2 cup Brown Sugar

    1/2 cup Kosher Salt (Amazon)

    1/2 cup Garlic Powder

    1/2 Cup Chili Powder

    4 Table spoons of Onion Powder

    4 Table spoons Coarse Black Pepper

    4 Table spoons Dry Mustard

    4 Table spoons Cumin

    2 Table spoons Cayenne pepper

    1 Table spoon Celery salt

    1 Table spoon of Umami powder (Makro - optional)
     
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