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Need a non-spicy rub idea

JerseyEggerJerseyEgger Posts: 283
edited 12:14PM in EggHead Forum
i want to make some ribs that both my kids will eat. One doesnt like spicey. Any suggestions of a flavorful seasoning combo without the spice?

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  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 8,163
    Ketchup
  • RipnemRipnem Posts: 5,511
    Have you dabbled in the Dizzy Pig lineup yet? Dizzy Dust would be right up your alley.
  • RipnemRipnem Posts: 5,511
    Richard,

    Are you feeling alright? :huh:
  • cookn bikercookn biker Posts: 13,407
    We did some pork in Canada with the Big Green Egg Maple rub and mint. That is something I will always keep in my rotation. You could just use maple syrup or another sweet flavor rub.
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  • I see a lot of people answered with manufactured rubs. If you don't want to venture to the store I would use a mixture of kosher salt, brown sugar, sweet paprika, oregano, thyme, mustard, cinnamon, and cocoa powder. Try it!
  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 8,163
    It goes great with LONEY, why not ribs? hehe
  • I am a cooking purist by nature and believe meat has a wonderful flavor that need not be covered up. Cook them commando style and add sauce at the table for those that want a little sauce. A little salt and pepper prior to cooking never hurt.
  • rahrah Posts: 11
    my kids won't eat spicy or hot either. they will eat this on ribs though. 1/2 cup salt,1 tbsp black pepper,and 1 tsp ganulated garlic all mixed up and rubbed on prior to cooking.
  • Thank you soooo much!!!
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