Best BBQ rubs and seasonings and Cindy Lou’s voodoo rib rub recipes: Smoked Pork Butt Grilling Instructions: Remove the pork butt from its packaging and rinse under cold water. Pat the butt dry with paper towels and place the butt in a large bowl or dish pan. Mix 13oz of your favorite BBQ Sauce with an equal part of Apple Juice. Make sure you do not use a BBQ sauce with bits and pieces in it for it may not go through the injector. Fill your injector with the BBQ sauce/apple juice mix and inject the pork butt in as many places as you can, the more the better. Try to inject into the butt in one place but move the needle in different directions without removing the needle. The less holes in the surface of the butt the better. Once you have finished injecting the butt, rub the butt with your favorite dry rub, the courser the better, the butt can handle it. Place the now rubbed butt into a big zip lock bag or wrap tightly with plastic wrap. Place the butt in the refrigerator to marinate for at least 6-8 hours. Remove the butt from the refrigerator and let rest until close to room temperature. Never smoke, cook or grill cold meat. Prepare your smoker to 225 to 250 degrees F and add the wood chunks to the lit charcoal. If using a smoker that uses wood chips, you will have to replace your wood chips regularly until the smoking phase is finished.
Tri-Tip Roasting Directions: Rub the Tri-Tip with olive oil and then the dry rub. Using an injector, inject the tri-tip in at least four spots with the butter/garlic sauce. Plus each hole with a small garlic clove then with the chile (optional). Let the tri-tip stand for at least an hour (2 hours preferred). Light your grill/smoker. If using a gas grill, set on low to medium flame. If using a smoker or charcoal grill, have your temperature set at approximately 325 to 350 degrees. Place your choice of wood onto the coals, set your rack on the highest level possible, and place your tri-tip on the rack fat side down. Slow roast/smoke the tri-tip for 20-30 minutes or until desired doneness, not turning it for the whole time it is being roasted/smoked. Remove the tri-tip and let rest at least for 10 minutes before cutting and serving.
Cindy Lou’s Chili Lime is the classic combination of chili and lime along with our special spices for a unique Cali-Tex-Mex flavor. This rub works great on pork, chicken, seafood, vegetables and popcorn. Indulge Your Taste buds with Cindy Lou’s! Cindy Lou’s Veggie Delight is a perfectly balanced mild blend of our special spices making it the perfect rub for vegetables. It strikes the delicate balance of exotic and savory. Use on vegetables, lamb, chicken, pork, and beef. Read additional info on Pick the 3 best BBQ Seasonings.
Grilled Lemon Chicken with Roasted Vegetables Over Croutons Directions: Take the giblets out of the chicken and wash it inside and out. Remove any excess fat and leftover pinfeathers. Toss the onions, potatoes and carrots with a little olive oil in a small roasting pan. Place the chicken on top and sprinkle the inside of the cavity with salt and pepper, or your favorite dry rub. Place the lemons inside the chicken. Pat the outside of the chicken dry with paper towels, brush it with the melted butter, and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Tie the legs together with kitchen string and tuck the wing tips under the body of the chicken. Roast for 1 ¼ to 1 ½ hours, or until the juices run clear when you cut between the leg and the thigh. Cover with foil and sit at room temperature for 15 minutes. (The vegetables may burn, but the flavor is good.)
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