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Montreal rub on steak
Who likes Montreal rub on steak? I like it a lot.
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
gross. just gross
In the end it doesn't even matter...
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
I have no objection to it when I eat it, but I dont seek it out.
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
my favorite...
try making your own: you can balance the blend to your liking. Can cut the sodium in half.
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
my favorite...
try making your own: you can balance the blend to your liking. Can cut the sodium in half.
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Dont be hatin on sodium.
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
gross. just gross
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Why, it makes a cheap cut like top sirloin taste great. Is it because it has anything to do with Quebec? What's a better alternative? Toronto rub? har dee har har
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
sucks, too much salt
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
my favorite...
try making your own: you can balance the blend to your liking. Can cut the sodium in half.
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I guess I need to look for a recipe......

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Re: Montreal rub on steak
gross. just gross
 Quoting: ººEATºº


Why, it makes a cheap cut like top sirloin taste great. Is it because it has anything to do with Quebec? What's a better alternative? Toronto rub? har dee har har
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EAT is a queer.

I use it sometimes along with season salt, pepper, and garlic powder, it adds a good flavor...
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
gross. just gross
 Quoting: ººEATºº


Why, it makes a cheap cut like top sirloin taste great. Is it because it has anything to do with Quebec? What's a better alternative? Toronto rub? har dee har har
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 736255


EAT is a queer.

I use it sometimes along with season salt, pepper, and garlic powder, it adds a good flavor...
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You like it when someone rubs off on your steak?
In the end it doesn't even matter...
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
I like it on my hamburgers.
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
Oh yeah man! Coat it on both sides and then fry it in butter on the stove top. The outside becomes that nice, crystallized, garlicy, salty goodness with a awesome, tender, , juicy, medium rare interior. YUM!

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Re: Montreal rub on steak
Steak spice on EVERYTHING!
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
gross. just gross
 Quoting: ººEATºº


Why, it makes a cheap cut like top sirloin taste great. Is it because it has anything to do with Quebec? What's a better alternative? Toronto rub? har dee har har
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 736255


EAT is a queer.

I use it sometimes along with season salt, pepper, and garlic powder, it adds a good flavor...
 Quoting: BRIEF


You like it when someone rubs off on your steak?
 Quoting: ººEATºº


^^^see^^^ OP what did I tell ya?
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
Like it. The lime/cilantro is good as well.
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
A dash of steak spice really gives a good zip to scrambled eggs.
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Why, it makes a cheap cut like top sirloin taste great. Is it because it has anything to do with Quebec? What's a better alternative? Toronto rub? har dee har har
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EAT is a queer.

I use it sometimes along with season salt, pepper, and garlic powder, it adds a good flavor...
 Quoting: BRIEF


You like it when someone rubs off on your steak?
 Quoting: ººEATºº


^^^see^^^ OP what did I tell ya?
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
Tony Sacheries is better.
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
OK, disclaimer here: I am not a fag...but...what I am going to say here is well....rockin' on steak.

First, Montreal rub is very good! But, there may be a few you want to try out...

Herbs de Provence - rub it on chuck steak. It takes the "lowly" chuck steak...and transforms it into fine cuisine!

You can also get "Chicago Seasoning" which isn't soo bad either!

Lady Jane should NOT read this next section...
There is a French restaurant in the DFW area...La Madeleine that makes a rotisserie chikcen with rosemary...unbelievable. I have used straight rosemary on chicken...give it a whirl - you won't be disappointed.
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
OK, disclaimer here: I am not a fag...but...what I am going to say here is well....rockin' on steak.

First, Montreal rub is very good! But, there may be a few you want to try out...

Herbs de Provence - rub it on chuck steak. It takes the "lowly" chuck steak...and transforms it into fine cuisine!

You can also get "Chicago Seasoning" which isn't soo bad either!

Lady Jane should NOT read this next section...
There is a French restaurant in the DFW area...La Madeleine that makes a rotisserie chikcen with rosemary...unbelievable. I have used straight rosemary on chicken...give it a whirl - you won't be disappointed.
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They have a La Madeleine on Cherry Street in Tulsa too. I think a few in DFW
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
Tony Sacheries is better.
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Dont have um in West Texas, might have to order it!
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
Who likes Montreal rub on steak? I like it a lot.
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Not even close to my steak!!! HORRIBLE. good way to ruin a good cut of meat...

Lea n Perrins Worcestershire sauce ,garlic powder, salt, cracked pepper and a good sear... drizzle evoo after flipping your meat to let it flame up a bit...

med rare and its perfect!


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Re: Montreal rub on steak
tony chachares rules
i use it when i smoke shoulders and ribs
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
Who likes Montreal rub on steak? I like it a lot.
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Not even close to my steak!!! HORRIBLE. good way to ruin a good cut of meat...

Lea n Perrins Worcestershire sauce ,garlic powder, salt, cracked pepper and a good sear... drizzle evoo after flipping your meat to let it flame up a bit...

med rare and its perfect!


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i forgot to say though.... If you like it like that...you like it like that....

ONE thing my dad always reminded me of....


"there is no disputing taste"
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
tony chachares rules
i use it when i smoke shoulders and ribs
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How do you fit those part into the bong?
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
Who likes Montreal rub on steak? I like it a lot.
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Not even close to my steak!!! HORRIBLE. good way to ruin a good cut of meat...

Lea n Perrins Worcestershire sauce ,garlic powder, salt, cracked pepper and a good sear... drizzle evoo after flipping your meat to let it flame up a bit...

med rare and its perfect!


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Pan fry only - thanks. Flames ruin the steak. No EVOO either - I tried it...not unless frying the steak. Put pan (preferably cast iron skillet) up to "darn hot" - nothing else on it. Tamp paper towel on steak - to dry it off. Apply rub. Slap steak onto hot skillet. Let sit until Maillard reactions give nice brown layer onto one side...then flip over. Let Maillard reactions do their work on the next side. BTW, as you already know, thin sliced steak is for the birds...thick only - too hard to get a nice brown on the steak without overcooking the inside, if the steak is too thin.
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
i rubbed my meat in montreal and it was great
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Who likes Montreal rub on steak? I like it a lot.
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Not even close to my steak!!! HORRIBLE. good way to ruin a good cut of meat...

Lea n Perrins Worcestershire sauce ,garlic powder, salt, cracked pepper and a good sear... drizzle evoo after flipping your meat to let it flame up a bit...

med rare and its perfect!


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I use grape seed oil or coconut oil with heat because they can take it. evoo heated is not good for you.

Anyway 3 minutes per side on medium high heat make a nice medium rare top sirloin.

grape seed oil is better for not very spicey stuff because it is basically favor-less.
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Who likes Montreal rub on steak? I like it a lot.
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Not even close to my steak!!! HORRIBLE. good way to ruin a good cut of meat...

Lea n Perrins Worcestershire sauce ,garlic powder, salt, cracked pepper and a good sear... drizzle evoo after flipping your meat to let it flame up a bit...

med rare and its perfect!


BOOM
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Pan fry only - thanks. Flames ruin the steak. No EVOO either - I tried it...not unless frying the steak. Put pan (preferably cast iron skillet) up to "darn hot" - nothing else on it. Tamp paper towel on steak - to dry it off. Apply rub. Slap steak onto hot skillet. Let sit until Maillard reactions give nice brown layer onto one side...then flip over. Let Maillard reactions do their work on the next side. BTW, as you already know, thin sliced steak is for the birds...thick only - too hard to get a nice brown on the steak without overcooking the inside, if the steak is too thin.
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2" thick + is ideal and in the winter DEF cast iron!! i want steak TONIGHT!!!
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Who likes Montreal rub on steak? I like it a lot.
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Not even close to my steak!!! HORRIBLE. good way to ruin a good cut of meat...

Lea n Perrins Worcestershire sauce ,garlic powder, salt, cracked pepper and a good sear... drizzle evoo after flipping your meat to let it flame up a bit...

med rare and its perfect!


BOOM
 Quoting: CaseLogic


I use grape seed oil or coconut oil with heat because they can take it. evoo heated is not good for you.

Anyway 3 minutes per side on medium high heat make a nice medium rare top sirloin.

grape seed oil is better for not very spicey stuff because it is basically favor-less.
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Oh yeah I always have the pan covered and pull it off the heat before flipping. Makes for less of a mess.
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Re: Montreal rub on steak
gross. just gross
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Why, it makes a cheap cut like top sirloin taste great. Is it because it has anything to do with Quebec? What's a better alternative? Toronto rub? har dee har har
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 736255








Sirloin a cheap cut? HHHHMMMM in who's book?

Chuck is a cheap cut not Sirloin.

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