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Kansas City Dry Rub Recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

Posted on 12 September 2011 by admin     


This sweet Barbecue Rub, Kansas City style, works real well with most anything barbeque, including chicken, pork and beef! Be sure to make yourself a big batch of this Dry Rub and keep it handy for all your grilling and barbeque. It’s that good!

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  1. seattwa Says:

    Wow, that is ALOT of salt! I’ll be cutting WAY back on that. Other than that, sounds good!

     
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    I made this today. Excited to taste it. Using it on some ribs, will let you know how they turned out.

     
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  8. DrDespicable Says:

    Can I substitute Splenda for the sugar?

     
  9. roofvishoek Says:

    Thanks to this guys i’m roasting a big chicken right now!!!

     
  10. MrCurious833 Says:

    thxz i needed that

     
  11. globinpig Says:

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  12. BeeRich33 Says:

    @hydeparkmac You’ll find most rubs have brown sugar in the recipe. All kinds of brown sugars, raw sugars, etc.

     
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  14. hydeparkmac Says:

    May I ask why? Is it because the brown sugar is already brown and it won’t show up on the cooked product vs the white sugar?

     
  15. shizeninho Says:

    Now that’s some good eatin’

     
  16. 3kings22 Says:

    I know it’s all about preference, but brown sugar is what most Kansas City-style rubs use as opposed to white cane sugar.

     
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    Oh yeah, its all about Oklahoma Joes

     
  18. paul51 Says:

    Didn’t he have a bigger table?

     
  19. helorm341 Says:

    KC style is too sweet. I like Mississippi/St Louis style rubs/sauces more. BBQ should be savory and not sweet!!! It does look like a good mix though if you like sweet bbq

     
  20. 22bujinkan Says:

    Looks really good,I’ll be giving it a try this weekend on some standing ribs……from of course your standing ribs video.Always a good recipe from the PitBoys.

     
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  22. hysterman187 Says:

    I think i`ll just throw my wife in the fireplace. Would`nt want to waste that rub…….lol

     
  23. BarbecueWeb Says:

    rubs are best used indirect……..with “low and slow” barbecue. You’ll end up with a nice bark without the burn!! -BBQ Pit Boys

     
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