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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Slap Yo Daddy BBQ Chicken Rub

Award winning Pitmaster Harry Soo from  Slap Yo Daddy BBQ   recently contacted me about his new chicken dry rub. The same chicken dry rub that won him the  KCBS chicken championship for 2012. Harry kindly offered to send a sample of the chicken rub for me to try.
I couldn't say no... who would? :)
I was thrilled at the opportunity to give the dry rub a taste.






Harry mentioned that the rub is designed to be used by itself...nothing else is needed. So that's how I used it. Straight-up chicken and rub.



I let the dry rub sit on the chicken for about 2 hours before placing in the BPS drum at 300F...
allowing the rub sit for awhile gives the chicken a nice coating.



Added a skillet of potatoes...


I let the chicken cook just until the juices ran clear...


and the tatoes were tender...






The chicken smelled incredible...I couldn't resist!!



The piece that should be sitting on the right side of the pic didn't make it to the house. :)








The chicken was so moist and tender, and the flavor was out of this world!  I loved it!
No Q sauce needed with this rub, I wouldn't want to hide the flavor of the rub with sauce. Straight-up chicken and Slap Yo Daddy was all that was needed.

Not sure if you will see this Harry but thanks again for the rub! I can see why it's an award winner. It's some of the best dry rub I've ever tasted. (and I've tasted a LOT) lol  Can't wait to try it on some of my shrimp too. :)

10 comments:

Ohiofarmgirl said...

holy moly. i'd slap somebody's daddy for a plate of that!

cowgirl said...

lol Ohiofarmgirl, Thanks! It was tasty stuff. I'm thinking about sprinkling some on eggs this morning.
Nice to see you, hope you're having a great weekend! :)

Harry Soo said...

Thanks Jeanie for giving the rub a whirl. Try it with 50-50 mix of brown sugar and coat your salmon before roasting it on a cedar plank!

cowgirl said...

Thank you again Harry, I love this stuff! :)
I have a salmon slab ready for the cooker. Will give your mixture a try.
I'm thinking this rub will go great on everything, potatoes, eggs, popcorn, anything that needs an added zip.

Hope you have a great week, thanks again! :)

Linda said...

That looks and sounds divine!

LindaG said...

That looks really good, Cowgirl. :o)

Chris said...

Harry is the chicken man for the past year so how could you go wrong with his rub? I enjoyed getting to hear his thoughts on chicken at Kingsford Invitational and his unique secret for color.

The wings look great, Jeanie!

cowgirl said...

Linda Thank you! It's nice to meet you, I appreciate you stopping by. :)

cowgirl said...

Thank you Linda! Hope all is well on your farm. Love the looks of your celery plant! :)

cowgirl said...

Thanks Chris! Harry really has a winning rub here. I've tried it on a few dishes and it tastes great with anything.
Hope you are having a great winter! :)