Dry Rub Pork Recipe – Common Ingredients
- Combine all ingredients. Good for about an 8-10 lb roast.
- Use now or store in a spice jar. If modifying recipe and adding any wet ingredients, store in fridge until ready to use.
About This Dry Rub Pork Recipe
This dry rub was designed to have sweet and spicy flavors when used with pork. You can nearly always replace a portion of a recipe to use this one. As an example, when you’re about to grill some country style pork ribs on the grill, use this rub on the raw meat in the beginning.
Other Pork Meat Ideas for this Dry Rub
Use this as a dry rub for pulled pork recipe. Or, use it as your dry rub recipe for pork tenderloin or even pork chops. Here are some other ideas that include pork ribs, pork shoulder, or pork roast. And you can use your pulled pork to make this great pulled pork sandwich with toppers.
Use this as your recipe for dry rub for pork roast
Next time your grill a pork roast, try this dry rub on it. Or, use it as a dry rub pork shoulder recipe
Save Time with a Dry Rub for Pork Recipe
While some prefer marinades over a dry rub, we can all agree that you’ll save a ton of time if you use this dry rub for pork recipe. Now, there are those also that are feeling that rubs are typically better anyway over marinades, e.g., in this article here from BonAppetit.com. Whichever side you’re on, we can all agree that we always aspire to balance the trade-offs between time-savers, better flavors, and everyone’s personal preferences.
Or, for some changes, try these popular already-prepared rubs from Amazon (affiliate links shown):