This homemade version of Coriander Tarragon BBQ Rub is easy to make and easy to use when in a pinch with dry rub rib recipes.
- 1 3/4 cups white sugar
- 3 tablespoons brown sugar
- 1/4 cup Hungarian sweet paprika
- 1 tablespoon ground black pepper
- 1 1/2 teaspoons garlic powder
- 1/2 cup salt
- 2 1/2 teaspoons chili powder
- 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
- 1 teaspoon coriander pepper
- 1 teaspoon tarragon
- 1 teaspoon Turmeric
Mix and ingredients together in dry container with lid for preserving and using later. Sprinkle on the dry rub and let rest at least an hour then go right to the grill. See our BBQ Faqs for ideas and information on grilling ribs.
Enjoy Ingredients Tarragon and Coriander BBQ Rub for Ribs Recipe.
This is an awesome Rib Rub Recipe. This rivals some of our best dry rubs blending in fresh Coriander with cayenne, Hungarian paprika, black pepper, turmeric and more to create the ultimate in rib rubs. We made the Coriander BBQ Rub as a blend to focus on things like ribs and poultry.
Why Coriander in a Rib Rub Recipe
But some have asked us why Coriander? Why blend coriander into a seasoning rub. We did it because among seasoning foods coriander also aids in digestion, it is known to restore loss of appetite, it calms the digestion system, when made into an herbal tea can relieve headaches and help reduce the ailments of colds and flu among other urinary issues. This is an all purpose herb that when combines with the likes of paprika, garlic and onion truly drives the flavor of a food. And in addition to all those wonderful things Coriander can be used to flavor things like, chili and pickles along with puddings and desserts. It's most commonly known as that herb seasoning you love but just can't put your finger on the name.
And so we hope the above information helps in understanding why we chose Coriander within the seasonings blend. The truth is that the pairing of Coriander and Tarragon deliver a next level flavor to meats and fish and is awesome in just about every dish we use it in.
Once you've blended the Seasonings mix you'll need to make sure that you can sprinkle it on effectively. If you notice that seeds still appear in the mix go back and blend until you have a uniform consistency.
On ribs you can choose to marinate the ribs or leave them bare. I choose to marinate my ribs by a simple technique of Yellow mustard. After trimming the ribs and removing the silvery back skin and after the ribs are washed and dried I coat the ribs with the Yellow mustard. I leave the mustard on for about 2 hours with the ribs in the standard section of the refrigerator. After the 2 hours I bring out the ribs and coat them with the BBQ Rub. I allow the ribs to remain on the counter for about 30 minutes after the seasoning has been applied. Thereafter I place the ribs back in the oven for 1-1/2 hours. At the end of the marinating period I prepare the charcoal on my grill getting to just the right temperature. Once the charcoal are lit I remove the ribs and rest them on the counter until the charcoal reach grilling temperature. Following the right charcoal temperature I place the ribs on the grill and close the lid checking the meat every 40 minutes until the meat reaches about 200 degrees. At this point I can remove them and let them rest before serving or continue by wrapping the ribs in foil with a little flavoring and butter added to the foil before placing back on the grill for 1 hour. If I used the wrapped method I complete the process and rest the ribs for about 40 minutes then serve.
The Coriander and Tarragon ribs are just the perfect complement as a rib rub seasoning.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 20 September, 2017.