Steak Dry Rubs
Shake up the flavor of strip steaks, filet mignon, and other cuts of beef with a steak dry rub. From homemade Montreal steak seasoning to spicy chili rubs, these easy recipes for steak dry rub are a snap to prepare.See Popular Steak Dry Rubs Recipes
This sensational six-ingredient spice rub contains everything you need to turn any steak into a flavor-packed delight. You'll want to have this rub available all summer long, so make a big batch and store it in a jar in your spice cupboard.
Spicy black pepper-crusted, grilled bone-in ribeye topped with Roquefort compound butter that makes a delicious sauce as the butter melts on the warm steak.
Every ingredient in this steak dinner, from the rosemary rub to the tomato and olive topping, are inspired by the Mediterranean diet.
Mix up this seasoning blend and use it on beef, poultry, or even to top popcorn.
No oven is required for this steak and zucchini dinner. The meat and vegetables cook on the grill while the rice is done in a flash in the microwave.
Prime rib is good on its own but we decided to spice it up for this simple dinner recipe. Give it a try!
Crush the peppercorns under a heavy skillet for a coarser texture.
A wonderful blend of three different chilies combined with an earthy cumin and sweet dark sugar make this a delicious rub for beef and pork.
Make this chili pepper blend and give as a gift to friends who like a little spice in their meals.
A sauce of mayonnaise, olive, dill, and garlic adds a subtle flavor to this grilled porterhouse steak main-dish recipe.
When life calls for a celebration, prime rib comes to the rescue. The homemade spice rub is delicious on the beef in this elegant entree, but it also complements more affordable cuts of beef, or even pork or chicken.
Here's a great meat and potatoes weeknight dinner recipe. Spicy oven-fried potato wedges accompany the onion-topped steak. Serve both with bottled ketchup that's been spiced up with chili powder and other seasonings.
Make this meat rub recipe to keep on hand for summer cookouts, or mix up a batch to share as hostess gifts. Use only fresh spices in the mix; spices lose flavor after about 1 year.
One rib-eye is more than enough for one hungry person. Set the table with sharp steak knives.