From a coworker.

Pam’s Rib Rub

 

Ok ladies, so story we didn’t get together to mix this up! I just mixed up a batch and here is your base. Is you like a sweeter rub, add a little more sugar, half cup. If you like it a little hotter, add another half tsp cayenne.

Rib Rub

  • 2 Tbsp. Smoked Spanish paprika
  •  1 Tblsp . Ground ancho chili pepper
  •  1\2 Tblsp. Chili powder
  •  1 Tblsp. Chipotle ground red pepper
  •  2 Tblsp. Cayenne red pepper
  •  2 Tblsp. Garlic salt
  •  3 Tblsp. Northwood fire seasoning
  •  1 teaspoon fresh ground pepper
  •  1cup loose pack Brown sugar

Mix well, rub on both sides of rib rack.  Place ribs in 9×13 pan add 1\2 bottle of beer, cover with foil and bake 325 for 2 hours, then grill to crisp up. Baste with some bottled BBQ sauce while grilling.

You can customize to you own taste after first batch!

Note from Cindy – I like to get this all set up and let it marinate in the fridge for 12 to 24 hours before putting it in the oven.  I also have used this for roasts (beef or pork) and it turns out really good (minus the grilling part).

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