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Old 09-02-2018, 11:34 AM
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Default Great Steak Seasoning Recipe

My favorite steak seasoning is beautiful in its simplicity!

Fresh finely ground white pepper. I like white pepper finely ground, it seems to bring out its flavor more
Fresh coarsely ground black peppercorns.
Fresh coarsely ground green peppercorns.
Pink Himalayan sea salt.

I use half the white pepper that I do the black and green . But do it to your taste ! I start with the salt then keep adding the peppers till I get the taste I like!

this mix is great on burgers and also great to put in fried chicken flour .

I really like Marion Kay Black Pepper the best. Penzy’s Is also great

Tell me your steak tricks
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Old 09-02-2018, 12:15 PM
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Mine is pretty simple as well. I liberally coat the steak with olive oil, sprinkle kosher salt, fresh cracked Tellicherry peppercorn and occasionally a light dusting of granulated garlic. Then I let it rest 10-20 minutes while the grill gets hot.
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Old 09-02-2018, 01:14 PM
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agreed, simple is best. A light rub of olive oil followed buy a rub of 'Montreal Steak' seasoning, let the steak sit for half hour / 45 min before the grill.
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Old 09-02-2018, 02:42 PM
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Montreal is great stuff on steaks burgers and Prime rib
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I sense a trend here. I also use evo, then rub in fresh ground black pepper and sea salt and let it rest for 30 minutes before grilling.
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The other thing I really like is flavored butter. I like adding granulated garlic, salt, cayenne pepper, and a pinch of parsley to melted butter. I put that in a small ramekin, refrigerate until it’s solid, then top my finished steak with a spoonful of the flavored butter. An amazing flavor infusion!
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The other thing I really like is flavored butter. I like adding granulated garlic, salt, cayenne pepper, and a pinch of parsley to melted butter. I put that in a small ramekin, refrigerate until it’s solid, then top my finished steak with a spoonful of the flavored butter. An amazing flavor infusion!


I’m going to try that. Maybe with a splash of Worcestershire.
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flavored butter


Try the green and white peppercorns too it will surprise you
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Grind up some dried porcini mushrooms into a powder, a few ounces goes a long way.

Thank me later.
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A tip from the top steak restaurant chef here in Takapuna.

Instead of oil, use 'Gee' (Clarified butter).

Melt the Gee, brush on the meat generously, then use your rub.

I do the pepper thing as well adding red peppercorns to the mix, & also add:

Smoked Paprika
Cumin (finely ground)
Mustard Seeds (crushed)
Garlic Salt
Chilli (finely ground)

All to taste.
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