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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Hoochrunners, Feb 24, 2020.
I like Slap Ya Mama. it is basically Tony Chachere's. Look at ingredients.
Lawry’s seasoned salt
Sorry OP, I copy & pasted your first four.
It is good on Prime Rib, too. You reminded me that I misspelled Krazy.
Montreal Steak, which has everything else. HH
Salt, pepper, garlic,
Some kind of capsaicin source (Cayenne flakes I guess)
For the last.. maybe tumeric, maybe lemon zest, onion powder, curry
Jane’s crazy salt
Scott’s BBQ sauce
SO IS A "SEASONING" ANY KIND OF COMPLEX BLENDED LIST OF INGREDIENTS?
For example, Ras El Hanout? Tony Chachere? Celery Salt?
OR IS IT A SINGLE INGREDIENT ADDED TO A DISH?
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Simply NOT possible to limit to only five. NOPE.
Schwartz's Montreal Steak Seasoning -- from the restaurant that invented it -- Schwartz's Deli in Montreal. Available on Amazon.
Sprinkle generously on a great steak.
Also delicious on firm fish, like a tuna steak. For which, brush both sides with a light coating of oil, sprinkle lightly with Schwartz's, grill two minutes per side, remove from heat and serve.
Sweet baby rays bbq sauce.
I could live the rest of my life and never need lemon pepper. I didn't realize how much of an oddity that was.
As a result of age, sinus and allergy issues, my sense of smell/taste are diminished; so I would vote for the 5 most powerful spices
I make my own chicken wing rub.
8 parts Paprika
2 parts onion powder
2 parts garlic powder
2 parts ground pepper
1 part cayenne pepper, powdered or flaked.
Cook wings a little, flip and season, 2 to 3 times until done.
Franks Red hot and Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce 50/50 to dip in.
My first five:
- sea salt....grinder
- peppercorn blend...grinder
- chili powder...homemade
- hot sauce...homemade
- roasted garlic/herbs...grinder
Cavender’s Greek seasoning
Frank's Red Hot sauce
Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce
Chinese Hot Mustard
I'm a lover of salt and pepper. Onion and garlic are vegetables so I'm not sure on the limitations of the question.
For spice mixes, I have Prudhomme's Meat Magic, Trader Joe's Everything but the Bagel , Cavender's All purpose Greek seasoning. And some Montreal Steak seasoning which had been used less often since I bought a big bottle of it. I've tried to get away from mixes.
If only one mix, I'd say Meat Magic.
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Red pepper flakes