BBQ Spice Seasoning

This summer let’s put a little spice into your BBQ, rather then go to the grocery store and buy a BBQ Spice Seasoning make your own. Now you can have a jar of your own BBQ Spice Seasoning, that you can grab quickly and put some kick into your BBQ foods. This recipe is a starting point for your custom blend, friends and relatives will say what is your secret? This BBQ Spice Seasoning will fill regular jar about 1.5 oz that would cost at least $3.50 to $4.00 for a famous brand and it will be better. So open up the spice cabinet and start making something with a little more “Oh Ya” in your Barbecuing!

 

BBQ Spice Seasoning
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BBQ Spice Seasoning works well with most meats and baked bean dishes adding just enough heat to say "Got Ya"!
Servings Prep Time
3/4 cup 10 minutes
Passive Time
15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
3/4 cup 10 minutes
Passive Time
15 minutes
BBQ Spice Seasoning
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Rating: 0
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Print Recipe
BBQ Spice Seasoning works well with most meats and baked bean dishes adding just enough heat to say "Got Ya"!
Servings Prep Time
3/4 cup 10 minutes
Passive Time
15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
3/4 cup 10 minutes
Passive Time
15 minutes
Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Measure all ingredients properly to make BBQ Spice Seasoning.
  2. Combine together in bowl all the spices, herbs and seasoning until mixed.
  3. Place in air tight container. Label and date container, store dry cool dark area for 6 months.
  4. Sprinkle about 1 heaping teaspoon of BBQ Spice Seasoning on steak, chicken breast, pork chop and rub into meat. Cover and refrigerate for 1 hour to infuse flavor for better results. This can be sprinkled on just before BBQ Grill and this will work well also. Placing 2 tablespoons of BBQ Spice Seasoning into Baked Beans to build the flavor and give it the kick it needs to say Got Ya! Enjoy
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ChefDave

Retired Chef Instructor teaching 32 years of culinary arts. Blogging on creative foods by Chef Dave, featuring hot and spicy, chocolate, baking and Weight Watcher Smart Point friendly foods. Vegetable gardening, photography, and creative cooking is my passion.

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2 Comments

  1. Celery Salt is on here twice, was something else left off perhaps?

    1. Thanks for catching that I used celery salt twice. I corrected mistake, the recipe program listed celery salt twice. It should be just one amount. This would make the bbq seasoning too salty and overwhelming too much celery profile.

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