“Big Tasty” Steak Seasoning Recipe – How To Season Steak, EASY!

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Today, we share a homemade steak seasoning recipe that is easy to make using ingredients found in most kitchens. Use this recipe to turn up that BIG TASTY flavor when grilling and cooking steak!

Let me ask you a question, do you like filet mignon with robust flavor, but it’s so tender you could literally cut it with a spoon? Or how about savory roast beef tenderloin, the kind that fills the home with amazing smells that remind you of the very best holidays? Or maybe you prefer to be outside grilling or smoking meats like burnt ends, the kind that are so good your guests tell you that you should open your own restaurant?

Do you love a flavorful steak?

The big tasty steak seasoning is a simple way to savor the flavor of lean steaks and roasts. Steaks like T-bones and rib-eyes are very well-marbled that have a rich beefy flavor and can stand alone with salt and pepper.

Filet Mignon vs. T-Bone Sirloin
Filet Mignon vs. T-Bone Sirloin

Lean steaks like filet mignon, sirloin, and beef roasts, like top or bottom round, don’t have nearly as much fat. Simply put, the fat is where it’s at. These lean steaks and roasts really do need that big old punch of taste. Hence the name: big tasty steak rub. This is the shake we created for roast and steak using nothing fake. It’s a piece of cake to make that will cause a double-take. You can even turn it up with some red pepper flake. Be amazed and praised by all your guests that realize what’s best. No jest put it to the test. As you might’ve guessed, it’s now recipe time, so I’ll stop with the rhyme. 

Simple seasoning using simple ingredients.

This is a really simple steak seasoning recipe to make. You’re going to need paprika, onion powder, garlic powder, kosher salt, ground sage, ground black pepper, and beef bouillon. See the recipe below for the exact measurements!

You can use this as-is or add flavors to it that you like. For example, substitute black pepper for red pepper flakes to really turn up the heat. If you’re making a large roast, substitute fresh minced garlic for the garlic powder. You can also add some fresh herbs.

If you’ve used our big tasty steak seasoning at home, we would love to hear from you. Did you love it or love it? Either way, we’d love to hear from you in the comments below!

Beef Tenderloin Roast
Beef Tenderloin Roast

Why can’t you purchase our “BIG TASTY” steak seasoning?

Well, that’s because we’re giving it to you for free right here! The only thing it will cost you is that you take a moment to subscribe to our YouTube channel, Red Meat Lover. So, if you’ve watched our videos before, you know we are all about cooking meat made easy. Nothing is easier than making this simple homemade steak seasoning recipe.

As always, don’t forget to turn up the tasty!

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"Big Tasty" Steak Seasoning Recipe
Homemade steak seasoning recipe that is easy to make using ingredients found in most kitchens. Use this recipe to turn up that BIG TASTY flavor when grilling and cooking steak!
Big Tasty Steak Seasoning
Keyword Beef, steak, Wagyu
Servings
Ingredients
Keyword Beef, steak, Wagyu
Servings
Ingredients
Big Tasty Steak Seasoning
Instructions
  1. Mix ingredients together and add to your favorite lean cut of steak!
Recipe Notes

You can use this as-is or add flavors to it that you like. For example, substitute black pepper for red pepper flakes to really turn up the heat. If you're making a large roast, substitute fresh minced garlic for the garlic powder. You can also add some fresh herbs.

One Comment on ““Big Tasty” Steak Seasoning Recipe – How To Season Steak, EASY!”

  1. I like to use peppercorns, minced garlic, large pink Himalayan salt, and other larger spices. I do this because I prefer to store in a grinder. I used to use six pepper, but now just a bit of chipotle. I also use brown sugar, but havent figured out how to keep it from caking. I have been using a Tuscan mix, but am interested to try bouillon and some individual spices.

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