Guga'S Bbq Rub

Guga Rub

If you’ve ever spent any time on YouTube watching smoked and bbq meat videos, you’ve probably come across the Guga Foods channel. The channel is full of great videos and food experiments that everyday backyard Pitmasters would never dream of trying. Like Dry Aged Nutella…. Yup, he really did it.

In many of Guga’s recipes, he uses the Guga Foods BBQ Rub. He claims that the Guga Foods BBQ Rub is great on Pork, Chicken and Fish and we have to tell you, he’s right!

How to make the Guga Rub

Guga Foods BBQ Rub is so easy to make, just mix the ingredients below and you’re done! Spread Guga Foods BBQ Rub on your Smoked Pork Chops, Smoked Salmon or even just some plain old Smoked Chicken Breasts. Whatever protein you decide to use, this run will give you a nice flavor.


  • 1/4 Cup Salt
  • 1/4 Cup Brown Sugar
  • 1/4 Cup Smoked Paprika
  • 1 tbsp Garlic Powder
  • 1 tbsp Onion Powder
  • 1 tbsp Black Pepper
  • 1 tbsp Turmeric
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon

Quick Directions

  • Mix everything into a sealable container
  • Shake all the ingredients well
  • That’s it! Enjoy!
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BBQ Hero Tip: Use an air tight container for this rub and it will last 2-3 weeks in your pantry.

Where is Guga from Guga foods from?

Guga is from Brazil! Goga grew up in a small town in Brazil that was known for having incredibly good and expensive beef. Guga loves beef (especially picanha) and you can watch a lot of the different ways that he BBQ’s his beef on his YouTube channel.

Who is Guga from Guga foods?

Guga’s real name is Gustavo Tosta. Guga, was born in Brazil but lives in the United States and runs a few YouTube channels where he shares his recipes in a fun and entertaining way.

Is Guga a chef?

Yes! Guga is actually a trained Brazilian Chef! Guga is specialized in creating Tropicalista Cuisine.

What knife does Guga foods use?

Guga uses the Shogun 12″ Slicing & Carving Knife. It’s a well-crafted high-quality knife.

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