Yield: Yields about 1 cup; enough for 1 chicken.
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Superb! I have made this several times and have loved it every time! I brine the chicken first and then make it just as the recipe states. We fight over the leftovers! One of the best ways to do drumsticks or thighs.
I've used this rub many times since it first came out in 2002. It's spicy but not hot. The lime creates a tartness that lends itself to lip smackin' satisfacation.
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