Dry rub refers to a mixture of herbs and spices and similar dry ingredients that are rubbed onto the surface of food, most often meat), to add flavor. The dry rub also creates a crust on the surface of food that is grilled or broiled.

A dry rub is a combination of spices and herbs that is rubbed into meat to help flavor and tenderize the flesh before cooking.
The dry rub which flavors the round steak includes basil, oregano, and dried mustard.

Dry rub which is also known as marinade is pronounced "dri rub"

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