Give Your Side Dishes a Kick
Call us biased, but we think Adams Rib Rubb is great on pretty much everything. You might be thinking chicken, pork, fish … but we're thinking a little outside the meat counter.
If you want to be the star of your cookout, Adams Rib Rubb can make it happen. Whether you go original or spicy, our rubb will take your side dish from appetizing to truly amazing.
Nothing says summer like sweet corn. Prepping it for the grill is easy - and giving it a little kick is as simple as sprinkling it with rubb. Shuck your corn, then brush with olive oil. Finish with a few dashes of Adams Rib Rubb and you're ready for the grill. About 10 minutes should do it.
Potato salad recipes can tear families apart. We don't mean to suggest that Aunt Nita's recipe needs any help, but if you're in the mood for something a bit different … add a little rubb. Trade out paprika or seasoning salt for Adams Rib Rubb. You'll be surprised how well our rubb gets along with eggs, potatoes and mayo.
If potato salad is too contentious, think about grilled potatoes. With a dash of rubb, they're like potatoes that went to grad school: a little fancy, but still downhome. An easy way to make potatoes ahead of time is foil packets. We like to cut up red potatoes, drizzle a little olive oil and then sprinkle a nice helping of Adams Rib Rubb. Stir to coat, then wrap those potatoes in foil. Time on the grill varies, but 30 to 40 minutes is a good ballpark.
Here's another veggie that sings when you add rubb. Use fresh beans and trim the ends. Toss in the oil of your choice and top with Adams Rib Rubb. Throw these babies in a grill basket and cook for about seven minutes, stirring once or twice. If you want to be an overachiever, you can add sliced onions to the basket. This dish is so easy but tastes like you worked really hard.
Add a spicy component to take this sweet treat to the next level. We like to marinate pineapple rings in a few tablespoons of butter and a dash of Adams Rib Rubb. Let sit for at least half an hour before you grill. The combination of sweet and spicy will knock your socks off.
Yeah, Chex Mix isn't an official cookout dish, but hear us out. If you want a way to keep the kids - and adults - from stealing bites before it's time to eat, Chex Mix is your best friend. Plus, everyone loves it. Make yours special by adding a little rubb before baking. You'll buy yourself more time for food prep and be a culinary hero.