The Best Steak Seasoning and Prep You Will Ever Try!

Total Time
5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

I use this recipe on ribeyes all of the time. This is truly the best I have ever had. I got the recipe from watching a travel show on TV and decided to try it. My husband wont even order a steak in a restaurant, other than Red Lobster (lol, isn't that funny - I think it's the new wood fire grill they have). Anyhow, he says and I agree that this IS the seasoning to use. This makes a lot, so I leave it in an air tight container and have it ready when I need it. I made smaller portions before but found that I just had to keep mixing it up. It keeps very well. Oh, and the seasoning works great for corn on the cob also!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix all dry ingredients.
  2. Put steaks out on the counter for atleast 15 minutes to allow the chill to wear off. Get grill nice and hot before putting steaks on.
  3. Drizzle each steak with Olive Oil. Top each with seasoning mix and rub into steaks (I would say a teaspoons or so for each).
  4. Put steaks on grill, seasoned side down, and season the unseasoned side.
  5. Cook to desired temperature and remove to a plate with tongs. TIP: Don't move the steaks more than 4 times to preserve the tenderness and keep them moist.
  6. Do not pierce the steaks with a fork or knife or you will lose the juice.
  7. Allow steaks to rest for atleast 5 minutes. Serve.
Most Helpful

The ingredients blended together themselves were very tasty but it was way to salty and way to much pepper for my taste. Next time I might try it but I'll cut way back on the salt and pepper.

Catnip46 September 08, 2009

Since I don't own a restaurant, I seek out these recipes that I may enjoy 'restaurant quality' meals in the comfort of my home (and budget). Therefore I reduced it from cups to tablespoons and filled a shaker. I also adjust for my taste. Like Catnip46, I don't care for a lot of salt, either. So, instead of table salt, I used 1 tbsp of kosher salt and substituted garlic powder for garlic salt. And now I have a new favorite steak rub!

Scott Hart September 06, 2011

You are right this is really good! Can't wait to try on corn. Thanks for sharing!

Samantha in Ut July 20, 2009