Monday, September 28, 2015

Sugarfire Smoke House Rub


Last November I shared with you the recipe for a truly delicious coffee barbecue sauce from one of my favorite local barbecue joints, Sugarfire Smoke House. The recipe, that you can find here, contained an ingredient that, unless you live locally, you did not have, namely their special rub (available for sale in their restaurants). I had made the suggestion that, in lieu of the authentic version, you use the seasoning in Emeril's coffee barbecue sauce. Well, I have great news! Thanks to a recent issue of a wonderful, local foodie magazine called Feast, the recipe for this special rub is now available, and you can be 100% authentic and make a sauce that is 100% delicious. Emeril, step aside, this rub beats yours hand down! No wonder this sauce is so good, with 15 ingredients in the rub, it just can't help but have lots of flavor. Obviously this recipe makes a huge amount, so I suggest cutting it way back. When I made it, I used just 1/4 cup of paprika, kosher salt, garlic powder, etc. It still makes a lot, but I will be using this stuff on everything.


Sugarfire Smoke House Rub
Recipe by Mike Johnson

1 cup paprika
1 cup kosher salt
1 cup garlic powder
½ cup onion powder
½ cup chile powder
2 Tbsp. cayenne
1 cup freshly ground black pepper
4 cups sugar
½ cup dry mustard
¼ cup cumin
3 Tbsp. cinnamon
2 Tbsp. coriander
3 Tbsp. oregano
2 Tbsp. allspice
2 Tbsp. ginger

In a large bowl, combine all ingredients and use as spice rub for your favorite barbecue or grilling recipes. Yields 10 cups.
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4 comments:

Julie's Lifestyle said...

Hi Patti,
Thanks for sharing this awesome rub recipe.
We love having you here at Cooking and Crafting with J&J.
Have a nice week.
Julie

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Oh boy, my husband will LOVE this!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Lori E said...

I am printing out a copy for my husband to use at the cabin. We always make up a rub but we fly by the seat of our pants and just throw stuff in...a lot of what you have listed here.
It will be nice to have an actual recipe so we can be consistant. We would go through that in no time as he feeds a whole lotta people at the cabin.
Hmmm think I'll have to dig out the photos from the last feast he made there.

Jessica Pelasky said...

I totally pinned this. It sounds amazing!

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