With summer quickly approaching, grilled steaks are on everyone’s menu. To help you grill flavorful restaurant quality steaks in your own backyard I’m going to do a series of posts dedicated to the layers of flavor that go into creating a delicious grilled steak. And what better way to start than with my Baron’s Steak Seasoning recipe!
There are plenty of great commercial seasonings on the market, but when it comes to a steak seasoning I err on the side of simple. The Baron’s Steak Seasoning recipe is basic mixture salt and pepper, with a few simple additions. This recipe also pairs perfectly with The Baron’s Steak Marinade Recipe and my The Baron’s Steak Sauce Recipe.
- 1 tablespoon sea salt
- 1 tablespoon ground Malabar black pepper
- 2 teaspoons granulated garlic
- 1 teaspoon white cane sugar
Combine all of the ingredients and blend well.
Place in an airtight jar and store in a cool dark place until ready to use.
Paul Kirk is Kansas City’s Baron of Barbecue. He’s won over 575 cooking and barbecue awards (including 7 World Barbecue Championships), authored 12 barbecue cookbooks, was a founding member of the Kansas City Barbeque Society, and a 2015 inductee into the Barbecue Hall of Fame.
7 comments on “The Baron’s Steak Seasoning Recipe”
I would never have thought about adding sugar to a steak rub but I’ll defer to the Baron on that one. Are you using the sugar flavor or more for color? Either way, I’ll have to give this a shot. Thanks.
Chris – The sugar is more for color. It carmelizes over the intense heat of the grill.
Thanks for a great recipe for a mix; almost seems like a ‘Montreal’ seasoning
Been looking for a recipe as we always use seasoning from a jar and it is never as good as when you make your own. Thanks for this
The sugar is a flavor enhancer it not only brings out the flavors of the other spices but works with the flavors of the steak.