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SP312 Spicy Chicken Rub, 10 oz.

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12 +$8.72

SP312 Spicy Chicken Rub, 10 oz.

 

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Award-winning Cookshack Spicy Chicken Rub is a ready-to-use dry cooking spice blend that is true to its name. Apply to meat or poultry before cooking. Sprinkle on product for a little heat and beautiful red-brown color. Rub a small amount into the surface of the meat and let it sit for a few minutes before smoking. We like to make a paste of a little vegetable oil or mayonnaise and Spicy Chicken Rub because it is easier to apply. Place a little Spicy Chicken Rub in the cavity of the bird for a more intense flavor.

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Shipping Weight 1.5 lbs.

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Customer Reviews:

SPICY CHICKEN RUB, 3/28/2012
By ERIC SEE (FORT MYERS, FL)


I CONSIDER MYSELF A GOOD BBQ, AND STOVETOP COOK AND IM SAVING MONEY TO BUY THE BEST BBQ SMOKER IN THE WORLD THE FAST EDDIE 100 PELLET SMOKER WICH HAS WON MOST ALL THE PROFESIONAL BBQ COMPS, THE SPICY CHICKEN RUB I PURCHASED ON LINE WAS CRAZEY GOOD, I PROMISE YOU MOST OF THESE GUYS WINNING ALL THE BBQ COOK OFFS ARE USING THIS RUB AND NOT TELLING ANYBODY!
Has a good kick to it!, 4/14/2013
By Janeen (Morgan Hill, CA)


I really like this rub. I use it on more than just chicken. It has just enough kick to it to matter. It reminds me of Season-All that was made some years ago when the ratio of red pepper to salt was correct. In other words you could taste the pepper. I like it alot and will buy it again. I would say if you do a lot of southern cooking this would be a staple for kicking it up.