16 Rubs and Sauces for Summer Grilling

16 Rubs and Sauces for Summer Grilling

Grilled meats can be bland if you cook them on their own. Add some fabulous flavor to your chicken, beef, pork, and fish by using these rubs and sauces. Try out these recipes and we guarantee you’ll have the most popular grill in town!

Grill Seasoning: This is a great mix of spices to have on hand during the summer. Just sprinkle it on anything before you stick it on the grill.

Pepper Herb Grilling Rub: This homemade rub is a simple as combining lots of spices and using them on whatever sounds good!

Kerry’s Knock Your Socks Off Rub: This is a great base rub that can be used on anything you want to BBQ or roast.

Dry Rub For Barbecue: You can adjust the proportions of spices in this all-purpose rub or add or subtract a spice, as you wish. This rub works well with ribs and brisket as well as with Boston butt for pulled pork.

Chicken Rub: This rub adds flavor to any BBQ. It's so quick and easy too!

Golden Grill Barbecue Sauce: Orange juice, vinegar and cloves provide an excellent marinade for your BBQ favorites.

Balsamic Vinegar BBQ Sauce: You can impress any BBQ fanatic with this sweet and tangy homemade BBQ sauce!

Lemon Butter Barbecue Sauce: An excellent, light sauce that's perfect over chicken, fish or steak.

Asian Hot-Que Grill Sauce for Chicken/Beef/Pork: Very spicy with chili powder and garlic, this is a marinade that will knock your socks off. Great to use on meat when you're making an Asian-themed meal.

Beer and Molasses Barbecue Sauce: This is a tangy sauce for grilled chicken or spareribs. You can build up a shiny glaze by brushing the sauce often over the meat, beginning about 15 minutes from the end of cooking time.

Blackberry BBQ Sauce: This sauce is great for beef, chicken or pork.

Grill Sauce: This is my rendition of a smoky grilling sauce -- it is sweet, tangy and great on all kinds of meat!

Bourbon Barbecue Sauce: Delicious sauce with a hint of bourbon and hot pepper.

Chipotle BBQ Sauce: Chipotle BBQ sauce is hard to find and when you do find it, it is expensive. Try making your own.  There’s a bit of a zing to this spicy sauce.

White Barbecue Sauce: This mayo-based sauce has cider vinegar and sugar for a terrific meat sauce.

South of the Border Barbecue Sauce: This sweet and spicy sauce goes really well on chicken!

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