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Steak seasoning

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What is your goto steak seasoning?

for a normal steak I use garlic salt, lemon pepper and oregano.
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Docbroke wrote: November 21st, 2021, 6:39 pm What is your goto steak seasoning?

for a normal steak I use garlic salt, lemon pepper and oregano.
Kosher salt and freshly cracked pepper only. On occasion I will use Montreal (my wife likes it). There's always copious amounts of unsalted butter involved as well.

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For grilling if you marinate with worcestershire it cuts down on flare-ups.

For frying in a skillet McCormick Montreal seasoning.
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FOIA wrote: November 21st, 2021, 7:27 pm For grilling if you marinate with worcestershire it cuts down on flare-ups.

For frying in a skillet McCormick Montreal seasoning.
Worcestershire for sure with a flank steak. Never tries the Montreal seasoning.
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Docbroke wrote: November 21st, 2021, 7:47 pm Worcestershire for sure with a flank steak. Never tries the Montreal seasoning.
Montreal is good but it's got a lot of flavor. I prefer to lightly use it on steak. I like to taste the meat too. :lol:
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Docbroke wrote: November 21st, 2021, 6:39 pm What is your goto steak seasoning?
When it comes to steaks, I stick with salt and cracked black pepper only. Same with pork chops.
I'll only venture into seasonings with maybe hamburger sometimes, but even then, I find it is usually best to just leave it be and enjoy the flavor of the meat itself.
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I use S.P.G almost exclusively.
Salt, pepper, garlic.
Once in a while I'll try something new for the wife, but SPG is all I need.
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SatansSon666 wrote: November 22nd, 2021, 4:09 pm I use S.P.G almost exclusively.
Salt, pepper, garlic.
Once in a while I'll try something new for the wife, but SPG is all I need.
I like adding a few shakes of oregano. Great, subtle flavor. Try it!
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Docbroke wrote: November 22nd, 2021, 4:15 pm I like adding a few shakes of oregano. Great, subtle flavor. Try it!
I've tried a lot of combinations of things.
There really isn't a bad one if that's what you like.
I usually dry brine and that takes care of the salt, crack some pepper and dried garlic and away we go.
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Docbroke wrote: November 21st, 2021, 6:39 pm What is your goto steak seasoning?

for a normal steak I use garlic salt, lemon pepper and oregano.
Heat. Salt.
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VerminHex wrote: January 11th, 2022, 8:37 amHeat. Salt.
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Most of the time I leave it alone... a little salt n pepper.

But if I'm gonna dress it up my all time favorite was a blend from The Spice House called "Sunny Oaxaca" which was a blend of Ancho chili and coffee mostly that my late wife found. I had a jar that lasted about a year after she passed and then when I went to buy it again the name had changed to "Oaxacan Blend" or some such. Bought it and discovered they had changed the formulation and I didn't like it as much. So now I take the Oaxacan blend, add half the volume again of Cafe Bustelo, and it's pretty much as I remember it. It's good on steak - but it makes venison (which I eat a lot more of) absolutely sing...
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