6 Reviews

Amazing! This was by far one of the best tasting and easiest rubs! I gave it fours stars cuz I thought it needed a salty note. Could be personal preference but I thought the flavor was spot on just needed some salt. A good sprinkle of sea salt fixed it up perfectly! Thanks so much for posting my hubbys new fav steak rub!

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ChefWantABe June 11, 2011

Awesome! I tried it and love it. My new go to rub recipe for ribeyes!

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Paymaster December 16, 2009

fantastic!! i had 3 new york strips that i wanted to rub and leave in the fridge for a few days. i scaled the recipe down to 1 tablespoon montreal steak seasoning, 1 teaspoon onion powder and 1 teaspoon coffee grounds. i rubbed my steaks with a smidgen of soy sauce and olive oil and then rubbed all the seasoning on. let sit in the fridge for a few days. the flavor was awesome! everyone enjoyed these steaks, even the 2 year old! thanks, cindy!

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KPD June 08, 2009

a little hot for people with sensitive palates but absolutely delicious! I'm making it again!

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jscotchmer July 20, 2008

Excellent flavour! Great on pork tenderloin too.

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sadielady July 07, 2008

This was a great steak rub. I was worried that it might turn out gritty, or taste too much like coffee, but it didn't. My chef husband even had to ask what the secret ingredient was. Thanks!

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Meg43265 May 29, 2006
Chuck Wagon Steak Rub