Try These 7 BBQ Runs For Your Saturday Night

There is not a single person who would refuse the idea of a barbeque night at Texas BBQ rubs. Several stories featured in the British daily www.theguardian.com give a details how adults and children enjoy the best and delicious BBQ rubs. Enjoy them with your friends over the weekend or arrange a fun-filled barbeque night with your family.

These mouth-watering dry rub recipes will make your food enticing.

· Delight Of Memphis
The famed Memphis barbeque is well known for its juicy steaks served hot with perfect sauce. If you want to recreate this dish in your backyard, here’s what you need.

Take a quarter teaspoon cayenne pepper, ground cumin seeds, two teaspoons paprika, oregano, sugar, salt and freshly ground black pepper. Use generous amounts of oil and rub them on steaks and sausages. Get ready for a taste of heaven right here in your backyard.

· Kind Kansas
What’s the name? It can be a lot if you are referring to the Kansas-city style rotisserie. Every barbeque starts with this delicious spread which tastes a lot sweeter owing to the presence of sugar. In a pot equal quantities of paprika, chilli powder, garlic powder, onion powder and cayenne powder. Blend them to form a smooth paste and smear them on the hot chicken.

· Carolina barbeque
The choice of meat in this barbeque is pork. Serve the meat shredded, sliced or roast then over the fire. Make a fine paste of salt, sugar, ground cumin, brown sugar, chilli powder and fresh pepper. Each of the ingredients is taken in two heaped teaspoons. Add one teaspoon of cayenne pepper and a dash of paprika to set your taste buds tingling. Store this dry rub in an air-tight container to last up to 6 months.

· Texas Dry Rubs
Texas is referred to as the capital of barbeque for no other reason than this. Turkey, beef, pork are enjoyed with hot tomato based sauce. If you are bored stiff of the vegan types, try the smoking hot Texas dry rub that will set you in the mode of a cowboy.

You require small quantities of chilli powder, brown sugar, salt, pepper, dry mustard, ground cumin and red pepper. Mix them well and smear them on both sides of the sausage. Dig your teeth into the soft meat while you taste buds let out a siren. Too hot to handle, we say. Enjoy this soft and succulent dish with potato salad.

· Tuscan style dry rub
If you are willing to experiment with some less traditional flavours, try the Rosemary garlic dry rub. You will need dried rosemary, oregano, sage, garlic flakes, kosher salt and cracked black pepper. Keep the baked parmesan tomatoes ready while you finish off the sausages.

· Jamaican Dry rub

Caribbean flavours rule the roost in several homes. Add kosher salt, brown sugar, garlic powder, crushed dried hot pepper, dried chives, paprika, nutmeg and other traditional herbs for the natural effect on your roasted chicken. These rubs are best when tasted with poultry.

· Classical Pork dry rub
Smear a dry paste of paprika, sugar, black pepper, salt, cayenne and white pepper on the pork chops. Keep them grilled for better taste. This easy-to-prepare dry rub is the perfect add-on for pork dishes.

Every BBQ addict will enjoy these 7 popular dry rubs. Share your recipe with us.