It’s grilling season and you’re going to want to rub this homemade Caribbean Rub on all the chicken and all the shrimp!
Homemade Caribbean Rub Seasoning
Making your own bbq rubs is SO simple. In about 10 minutes you can have yourself your own custom BBQ rub with out all the additives that often come with store bought.
We’ve been using it mostly on chicken and shrimp, but my husband did use it on his steak and said it was delicious! This rub has a kick to it, so if you have small kids, you may want to omit the cayenne pepper, or at least limit the amount. The recipe will still be good.
How to Make Homemade Caribbean Rub
Gather your spices:
I like to pull everything out of the cupboard so I know I have everything I need. All the spices I use are dried spices.
- brown Sugar
- course salt
- cayenne pepper
- black pepper
- small bowl
- measuring spoons
- regular size zip lock baggie
- airtight container
As mentioned, all the spices are dried spices. I scoop out the amount needed (recipe below) and place them into a ziplock baggie. Once all the ingredients are added, seal the baggie and mix the spices until well blended. Pour into an airtight container and store in your cupboard.
Now of course, these make excellent gifts! Especially with my printable tags. Father’s day is coming up and the kids could make dad up his own grilling spices.
I’m posting a delicious Steak Rub soon here on Today’s Creative Life, but I’m sharing it first over at 30 Handmade Days on June 14, 2016. If you’re visiting from 30 Handmade Days and you’re looking for your free Steak Rub printable labels, here they are!!!
- 3 tablespoons brown sugar
- 3 tablespoons paprika
- 1 tablespoon cinnamon
- 1 tablespoon course salt
- 2 teaspoons ginger
- 1 teaspoon allspice
- 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
- 3/4 teaspoon nutmeg
- 3/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
- Measure out each ingredient and place into a ziplock baggie.
- Seal the baggie and mix the spices until well blended.
- Place into an airtight container.
- Brush your chicken or shrimp with oil, then sprinkle with the rub. You can do this right before grilling, or prepare it a few hours ahead of time for extra flavor.
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