Pork Dry Rubs
A pork dry rub can contain different mixtures of herbs, spices, and sometimes sugar. From ribs to tenderloin to loin, these easy recipes for pork dry rub add flavor to any cut of pork.
This 5-spice salt blend is a great way to quickly season beef, pork, or lamb.
Mix up this seasoning blend and use it on beef, poultry, or even to top popcorn.
Piney tasting rosemary is delicious with pork. Garlic, lemon, and thyme also add their nuances to this savory roast pork recipe.
In this barbecue rib recipe, the ribs are smoked long and slow resulting in tender, flavorful meat. The brown sugar and spice rub works in harmony with most barbecue sauces, so choose your favorite brand or make your own.
The spices and sweet apple juice in the barbecue sauce give these grilled pork ribs their robust flavor.
The pineapple rum and molasses give these juicy baby backs a distinctive Caribbean touch--perfect for summer entertaining.
The rub used on the pork chops is a version of the Asian five-spice powder. A homemade mustard sauce, spiked with bourbon, tops the chops.
Several spices, including cinnamon, cumin, and cloves, create an exotic flavor-packed rub to heighten the flavor of grilled chicken, turkey, or pork.
Before grilling, apply this sweet-and-spicy seasoning on pork ribs, dark meat portions of chicken and turkey, or boneless duck breast. Grill over indirect heat.
Tangy sour cream sauce over garlic-and-thyme-rubbed pork tenderloins is irresistible. Serve with a rich side of gingery sweet potatoes.
Dry rubs are sensational on pork ribs, especially when the ribs are cooked slowly to soak up loads of smoky flavor.
Make this chili pepper blend and give as a gift to friends who like a little spice in their meals.
Keep your lean pork dinner figure-friendly by serving it with a side of roasted spaghetti sqaush. The vegetable side dish is spiced up with cumin and paprika, just like the meat.
This smoky herb-rubbed pork is low in fat with fewer than 200 calories per serving.