Some BBQ chefs will insist that all you need is good meat, but steak seasoning will take good meat to a whole new level of taste. This steak rub is easy to make, and it brings out the juices with so much flavor. You’ll never go back to grilling meat plain.
Steak Seasoning in Rub Form
An excellent steak seasoning is Seasonest Adobo Seasoning, but the addition of just a few ingredients will turn that amazing seasoning into an incredible steak rub.
Ingredients for the Steak Rub
- 1 tablespoon Seasonest Adobo Seasoning
- ½ teaspoon ground Coriander
- 1 tablespoon Brown Sugar
Directions for making the Steak Rub
- Mix the seasoning together in a small bowl.
- Rub 1 teaspoon of steak rub into each side of the meat and grill.
- Store remainder of seasoning in a small jar with an airtight lid.
Quick No-Mess Seasoning
For a quick seasoning of your steak on the grill, use Seasonest Mild Blend Seasoning. It is a combination of sea salt, paprika, garlic, cumin, cayenne pepper, white pepper, along with other organic spices.
Put your steak on the grill as normal and sear one side. When that side is done, flip the steak and sprinkle the Mild Blend Seasoning on the seared side. When your steak is finished, flip it over and sprinkle the newly seared side. This particular seasoning blend works very well in bringing out the flavor without a lot of hot spiciness.
Spices for Steaks
Most of Seasonest’s spice blends work well as a steak seasoning to bring out the flavor. When you add it with a few other herbs to create a dry rub for meat, it is taste to the 1st degree. Gift yourself a set of Seasonest’s spice blends and have a different spectacular taste every night of the week.
Seasonest Adobo Seasoning Blend
If you love the authentic flavors of Tex-Mex or Mexican foods, then look no further. The Adobo Spice Blend livens up taco, guacamole and fajitas. It is rich and tasty making any weeknight meal a fiesta!
Seasonest Mild Seasoning Blend
If you want to enjoy Cajun flavor without the cayenne spiciness, this one's for you. It has all the savory taste you'd expect and the heat level is gentile enough for most.