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!
- 1 cup salt
- 1 cup pepper
- 1⁄2 cup garlic salt
- 1⁄4 cup sugar
- 1⁄4 cup chopped parsley
- 2 rib eye or 2 strips steaks
- olive oil
- Mix all dry ingredients.
- 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.
- Drizzle each steak with Olive Oil. Top each with seasoning mix and rub into steaks (I would say a teaspoons or so for each).
- Put steaks on grill, seasoned side down, and season the unseasoned side.
- 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.
- Do not pierce the steaks with a fork or knife or you will lose the juice.
- Allow steaks to rest for atleast 5 minutes. Serve.
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.
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!
You are right this is really good! Can't wait to try on corn. Thanks for sharing!