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Texan brisket dry rub

 A dry rub is a composition of herbs and spices with salt and sugar. The sugar and salt draw the moisture from the meat which is then infused with the aromas of the herbs and spices. After a few hours the meat draws the aromatic moisture back in giving the meat more flavour. 

Texan brisket dry rub

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Ingredients

100

g

curing salt

50

g

ground paprika

25

g

coarsely ground pepper

25

g

onion powder

25

g

garlic powder

25

g

cayenne pepper

50

g

brown caster sugar

50

g

granulated sugar

Preparation method

  • Place all the ingredients in a food processor and blend well.
  • Store in an air-tight container in a dry place.
  • Generously cover the meat with the rub and refrigerate for at least 24 hours. 

Serving suggestions

As a marinade for brisket, chuck steak, or butler’s steak.

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