Marinades and shaken spices are nice, but why not go the direct route: rubbing flavor directly into your meat.
For smoky flavor, this grilled pork tenderloin can't be beat. Seasoned with paprika, garlic powder, chili powder and cayenne.
A recipe inspired by the cuisine of the Spanish state of Andalusia--also the place where bullfighting originated. This meaty dish packed with Mediterranean flavor gives you all the power you need to confront a bull--or just that overgrown grass on the side of the house.
This is a rub for pork, chicken and even beef. it has a wonderful flavor.
These spicy chicken thighs bear a tasty surprise--a pistachio-fig stuffing that keeps them moist and delivers big flavor off the grill.
Take your tacos to the next level with this fresh-made seasoning for ground beef, chicken, or really anything Mexican.
Give your next roast a Mexican kick with this spicy chipotle rub.
A pork loin is marinated with a nice rub flavored with thyme and three chiles. The dry rub penetrates all the way through and bakes into a sticky, sweet glaze.
A lightly seasoned pork roast goes into a Dutch oven with potatoes. What comes out? Only an amazing pot of pure deliciousness. You could also make this over hot coals out camping, or outside on your grill.
Make this simple taco seasoning when you have a few spare minutes and store for your next taco dinner.
Make this callback to your distant past--men have been flavoring food with coriander for at least 4,000 years.
As you work your way to the Texas cattle country, the rubs you typically use for pork just don't seem to have the heft needed for the rich flavor of beef. Here's a rub that I can imagine would be right at home on a cattle drive or an ex-president's little summer get-together. Not only will this rub add a wonderful complexity to your slow smoked brisket, beef ribs or even lamb shanks, but it is a fantastic seasoning to use on steaks and even burgers! Give it a try, and I promise you won't be sorry!
When your morning (and afternoon) cup of joe isn't enough, rub a little coffee into your cookout.
A rub for the spice lovers: Includes two peppers (black and white), two chiles (paprika and cayenne) and fennel. Makes a nice crust on your steak, or seasoning for veggies.
A simple rub features brown sugar for sweetness. Good on fish, chicken and steak.
A heat-filled seasoning blend for steak, chicken, pork or vegetables.
A spicy seasoning with just a touch of sweetness gives a Tex-Mex flavor to meat and veggies.
This rub has the flavor of coffee, the spice of cayenne, the sweetness of brown sugar, and whatever you want to say cinnamon tastes like. Makes for a unique steak. Inspired by teamswitch's "Coffee-Crusted Beef Tenderloin Steak"
Dark, spicy/sweet seasoning mix, with heat from cayenne pepper. Inspired by Austin Nielson's "Spicy Grilled Flat Iron Steak"
Make this easy, spicy steak on your indoor grill. Less than 10 minutes from now, you'll be happy you did.
A thick, big league steak needs a serious rub to match. This ancho chile and garlic mix will do the trick.