Great Canadian Steak Spice

Great Canadian Steak Spice created by Montana Heart Song

Found this in one of my magazine's in the back. from barbecue whiz Ted Reader. Would be great on steaks, chicken, pork or even seafood. Enjoy.

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  • In a bowl combine the salt, black pepper, white pepper, mustard seeds, coriander seeds, garlic powder, onion powder, chilies and dill seeds.
  • Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place away from heat and light.
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"Found this in one of my magazine's in the back. from barbecue whiz Ted Reader. Would be great on steaks, chicken, pork or even seafood. Enjoy."

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  1. baltisraul
    I alternate this rub w/ Ted's Montana Grill Seasoning. Both are great and don't want to give up either, so I use both. If you add Mike Mill's Rib & Pork Rub, your are set for your grilling and smoker life. ( you can find Ted's & Mike's recipes on the internet )
  2. Montana Heart Song
    Great Canadian Steak Spice Created by Montana Heart Song
  3. Montana Heart Song
    This is delicious! I do use a mortor and pestle and crush all together before sprinkling on the steak. I sprinkle on one side of a large rib eye or rib steak, a little olive oil in a pan, sear, then turn over and it sears the steak spice on one side and is absolutely wonderful. I do not grind it to a powder. I want some of it to be a liitle rough.
  4. Abby Girl
    I have been using this steak spice for years. This versitile spice can go on anything: hamburgers, steaks, chicken, stews....the possibilities are endless. If you want a bit more heat, just kick up the crushed chilies. The only thing I do differently is grind the peppercorns and mustard seeds first then grind the whole recipe together. This is truly a spice blend you don't want to miss!!
  5. Anna P.
    Found this in one of my magazine's in the back. from barbecue whiz Ted Reader. Would be great on steaks, chicken, pork or even seafood. Enjoy.
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