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Thread: steak seasoning

  1. #1
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    Default steak seasoning

    im looking for a quick response for a seasoning i could make for some ribeyes im making tonight. the kid cant go too spicy so im at a loss. im thinking something savory not sweet that i dont need to marinate. any help is appreciated


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    1/4 cup of Kosher salt, 1/8 cup each of granulated onion, granulated garlic, cracked black pepper, and smoked paprika.
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    If it burns, I can cook with it.

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    thanx chef, does it have to be smoked paprika? and can i smoke it myself to make some later?


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    cheap no name hand-me-down square grill
    brinkmann electric smoker
    beefmaster explorer table top gas grill

    GEAUX SAINTS!!

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    No, you can even leave it out. I have no idea how the smoked product is made.
    22 inch weber
    20 cubic foot homebuilt smoker
    turkey fryer
    coleman stove
    If it burns, I can cook with it.

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    K.salt & fresh grnd blk pepper is best, imho. But for something different I like to use some garlic, onion, thyme, and rosemary. Another idea is to use season salt.

    for us, simple is better........you did invite us for some didn't you?

    is 7 ok w/you? I'm in the mood for some red beer tonight, ok?

    See ya in a bit.


    Oh btw, where do you live exactly?


    We better see some pix!!!

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    thanx for the info. i decided to spring for the smoked paprika. never tried it. let me tell you it is awsome! it kicks azz over reg paprika at least on those grilled steaks! cant see it going on everything but ive got enough to use again. sorry didnt get any before pics but heres my plate.



    medium ribeye w/ a lil steamed veggies



    bbq grillware gasser
    cheap no name hand-me-down square grill
    brinkmann electric smoker
    beefmaster explorer table top gas grill

    GEAUX SAINTS!!

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    Great lookin' steak. Nice grill marks.
    Jim

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    Looks great, I'm going to have to get some smoked paprika, never used it but keep hearing about what a difference it is, Thanks for the pics.

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    Looks great!
    ~Mike~
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    Nice job Chap!!! What all was in your rub?

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