Before you start picking out a barbecue rub for your brisket I would like to give you a few tips. First of all, how much rub do you apply. The answer is how much the meat will hold. Yes, pat dry your brisket and sprinkle with rub (no, you don't actually have to rub it on). Whatever stays on is the amount you want. The second tip is about timing. When should you apply your rub. If the rub you are using contains a lot of salt you want to apply it right before you put the brisket in the smoker. If the the rub doesn't have a lot (or any) salt then you can apply it several hours in advance to let the flavors sink in.
Top 10 Brisket Rub Recipes
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Great barbecue brisket is built layers of flavor. Those layers start with the barbecue rub. Brisket rubs can be simple or complex. These recipes are the best I have and represent a wide range of barbecue styles. Not every rub is going to match your tastes but by browsing these recipes you are certain to find something that fits your needs perfectly.
This rub is built on the basics of barbecue. The combination of paprika, sugar, and salt give it the color and the flavor affect you want while the other ingredients add depth. This is a simple rub and the perfect place to start if you are new to smoking brisket. This is one of my most popular rub recipes, not just brisket rub recipe.
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