Franklin Spice Rubs
The once-secret rubs used by Franklin BBQ in Texas
Along with assisting Franklins with the importation of their smokers, ProSmoke BBQ now offer their full range of rubs and sauces!
These rubs have been developed by Aaron himself, to give you the perfect blend of spices whatever the occasion.
They all ship in a huge 11.5oz/326g shaker for perfect application each time.
Brisket Spice Rub
Franklins is world-famous for their briskets, and this basic seasoning is exactly what they use on a day to day basis at their restaurant in Texas.
This salt and pepper rub isn't just any seasoning, this is the perfect size granule for smoke to adhere to, and a certain type of salt and pepper, mixed to the ratio used by the restaurant. This perfect mix will ensure you end up with some amazing deep bark on your brisket.
We like to have this salt and pepper mix on standby for everyday use, it's just that well balanced to add additional flavour to all food types.
Steak Spice Rub
If you've read the book ''Franklin Steak'' you will know Aaron obsesses over steak nearly as much as brisket. This unique blend of rub has it all for a perfect steak crust and added flavour for every bite.
We like to use this on most beef cuts and often on our pork or lamb.
Salt, Onion, Spices, Natural Flavor (Baker's Yeast Extract, Salt) Garlic, Shiitake Mushroom Powder, Sugar, Natural Flavor (Hydrolyzed Corn Protein, Baker's Yeast Extract, Salt, Canola Oil, Lactic Acid) Chili Peppers, Brown Sugar, Citric Acid and Silicon Dioxide (Free Flow Agent).
BBQ Spice Rub
This is the all-rounder when it comes to BBQ. Seasoned salts have been made famous by the likes of Lawrys, this is very similar and a win on everything we have tried it on.
This all-purpose seasoning has it all, even colour! We love it on ribs, chicken and even vegetables.
Salt, Garlic, Onion, Sugar, Paprika, Spices, Shiitake Mushroom Powder and Tomato Powder [Tomato and Silicon Dioxide (Free Flow Agent)].
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Franklin sauces can be found here