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Best & quick way to season a steak.

Any suggestions? I'm going to be grilling a couple of porterhouse and tbone steaks. Any quick and tasty suggestions? Seasoned salt and filler isn't cutting it lately.
Old 08-28-2008, 02:21 PM zombieattack is offline  
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A can of Steak seasoning oughta do the trick.
Old 08-28-2008, 02:35 PM SocialMisfit is offline  
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Salt & Pepper....

Thats is all you ever need

edit: and some garlic
edit2: and some onion powder
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Coarse Salt, Fresh Ground Pepper, Red Chili Flakes and some oregano makes a great sorta italian style steak.
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Salt, pepper, olive oil.

take some roma tomatoes onions and portobello mushrooms and grill them, then toss in 1/4 cup of olive oil mixed with 2 cloves garlic and a tbsp of fresh basil. Coat them all, and top the steak.

best stuff ever.
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Old 08-28-2008, 03:28 PM Nano is offline  
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When I was a kid, my parents had this spiky hammer they used to tenderize meat with.
One side had small spikes, the other had tall dull spikes. They hammer in the seasoning and let the sauce soak into the holes.
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rub with olive oil, then montreal steak seasoning should be all you need. You don't even have to use the oil, I rarely do. Let it come to room temp (well not room temp, but leave it out for like 10 minutes) before you cook it, but season it right away, then the salts and such will soak in.
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When I was a kid, my parents had this spiky hammer they used to tenderize meat with.
One side had small spikes, the other had tall dull spikes. They hammer in the seasoning and let the sauce soak into the holes.

Meat Tenderizer

http://www.amazon.com/Oxo-Good-Grips.../dp/B00004OCJJ
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Really no reason to tenderize a good steak, they're more for cheaper cuts so you can crush all the connective tissue and such. A nice porterhouse or t-bone should be tender and delicious without any additional work


Could always mix it up, pan-sear the steak then cook it the rest of the way on the grill, and do a nice red wine deglaze of the pan.
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this stuff right here

http://www.clubhouse-canada.com/productlanding.cfm

my brother in law has tried many, many steaks at restaurants and he said none taste as good as the tenderloin my dad makes with this stuff. Trust me, it's fucking epic spice.
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I've made a steak with a dijon/Parmesan crust but I prefer just some salt/pepper and some nice mushrooms cooked with butter and wine.
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Pour some JD on it while it's on the BBQ. No joke.
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rub with olive oil, then montreal steak seasoning should be all you need. You don't even have to use the oil, I rarely do. Let it come to room temp (well not room temp, but leave it out for like 10 minutes) before you cook it, but season it right away, then the salts and such will soak in.

Actually a good steak should be at room temp before cooking.

I usually give them a good 20 mins before cooking. You won't get sick if you are not the dirtiest mofo in the world.
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dun need to. grab the steak right out of the pkg. put it on the grill. use the juices on it to put on top of the other steaks. just add a bit of salt, and a touch of worcestershire sauce.
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A little bit of your favorite steak seasoning,
A teaspoon or two of olive oil,
A little garlic (dried flakes, or fresh, but not too much, dont want to overpower the steak),

spread it all over a pan, turn it to medium heat, add steaks before pan is fully heated, flip them after 5-7 mins (or done till desired), and cook for another 5 mins or so.


Its awesome.
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