Grilling & BBQ Spices, Seasonings & Dry Rubs
Great grilling starts with the best grilling spices & BBQ seasonings. Whether you're searching for the perfect spices for grilled salmon or the best grilled chicken dry rub, we have you covered. Don't forget about low and slow BBQ though. Sweet and smoky BBQ chicken, pork, and rib dry rubs will make you a champion in your own backyard.
Grilled Pepper Steak Kebabs Recipe
A choice of BBQ rubs elevates simple and summery steak kebabs without any extra effort!view recipe >
Maple Glazed Salmon Recipe
This super easy salmon is great over a bed of rice and veggies or served with mixed greens.view recipe >
Family Foil Dinners Recipe
Allow each person to choose their own seasoning and switch it up with your favorite veggies and proteins!view recipe >
What are the best grilling spices & rubs?
A good butcher's rub with salt & pepper, garlic, onion and dried herbs is one of the best grilling spices to have on hand. It's a coarse blend and will not "cook off" during grilling, no matter what type of meat you've got on the grill. Smoky, sweet, and peppery rubs & blends are also classic grilling flavors. When it comes to spices for grilling, you need flavor that will stand up to high heat. We recommend Pikes Peak Butcher's Rub, Great Plains Bison & Beef Rub, Flat Irons Prime Rib Rub, Hudson Bay Beef Spice, or our salt-free dry rub, Mt. Evans Butcher's Rub.
What is the best BBQ seasoning?
The best BBQ seasonings include salt & pepper, sugar, paprika, garlic, onion, mustard powder, chili powder, oregano and cumin – it just depends whether you're into smoky, sweet, peppery or spicy barbecue flavors. Our favorite Park Hill Maple & Spice is aromatic and good on pork, salmon, and root veggies. We also love these other dry rub blends: Georgia Boys All-Purpose BBQ Rub, TSM BBQ Chicken Rub, Santa Maria Sea Salted BBQ Rub and Asian Delight BBQ Rub.
What are the best seasonings & spices for smoking meat?
Salt & pepper, brown sugar, garlic, onion, paprika, and chili powder are some of the best spices to use when smoking your meat. Our Red Rocks Hickory Smoke Seasoning is sweet, smoky and salty, – making it great on beef, chicken, and more. For the smoker, we also love Black Label Reserve Smoked Salt & Pepper, Alderwood Smoked Sea Salt and Whiskey Barrel Smoked Black Pepper.
How do I make my own BBQ spice rub?
For a classic homemade BBQ seasoning base, start with a blend of salt, sugar or brown sugar, and paprika. Add in aromatic spices like onion, garlic, and pepper. Then add smaller amounts of other spices to round out the flavor; consider spicy chiles, mustard powder, coriander and cumin, thyme, celery, curry powder, or allspice.
Where can I find the best BBQ spices?
You can find BBQ spices at local spice shops or other online spice retailers, but we have some of the best BBQ & Grilling spices for you to choose from!