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This Texas pork rib rub is your ticket to fantastic tasting pork ribs!
Yes, Texans do make BBQ pork ribs and have for a long time! While Texas BBQ joints are famous for beef ribs, brisket, and smoked sausage, you’ll also find dry rubbed (and saucy) pork ribs on the menu. This Texas pork rib rub strikes the perfect balance of sweet and heat with ingredients like brown sugar, cayenne pepper, and chili powder. Our recipe makes enough rub for 2 racks of St. Louis cut pork ribs or 3 baby backs. Increase the recipe to fit your cooking needs.
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Want to cook the perfect ribs regardless of the equipment you own? Try our methods for:
Apply the Texas Pork Rib Rub like a professional with a spice shaker (aka Dredge). This one from Winware has a heavy build, is machine washable, and holds plenty of spice rub. Plus it costs about $7. But make sure you don’t use this to store your rubs. It isn’t airtight.
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