Homemade Montreal Steak Spice Recipe

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I know this one is a favorite in many kitchens. I personally grab it a few times to season my food that I probably should. Can you blame me though, it makes it taste sooo good. We have looked at making homemade hamburger seasoning recipe, in an earlier post. Today I will share this homemade montreal steak spice recipe, that I discovered.

Originally from Montreal in Canada, the major advantage of whipping up your own blend, has got to be the cost. Any store that you try buy this from like most other blended spices, will charge a hefty price for a small bottle. Compared to being able to make your own 16 ounce jar for less than 2 bucks. You can also control the amount of salt that goes into your own mix.

Homemade Montreal Steak Spice Recipe
Photo credit: rockrecipes.com
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • granulated onion
  • black peppercorns
  • granulated garlic
  • smoked paprika
  • kosher salt
  • chili flakes
  • mustard seeds
  • coriander seeds
  • dill seeds
  • mortar/pestle
  • airtight jar
  • mixing bowl
  • spice grinder (optional)
  • blender or processor (optional)

Take each ingredient and grind it until it is coarse. There are several methods you can use, when I have a little more time I use my mortar and pestle. Otherwise, the grinder, blender or food processor will do the job way faster. After you have ground them all separately, you can then mix them all together.

I just use my tablespoon to blend everything together. Open the jar and empty the blended spice into it before shutting it tight. Store in a cool dry place, for up to 6 months. It can stay fresh for a considerable amount of time, allowing you to use it all up seasoning your recipes.

You can follow step by step instructions on the Rock Recipes, blog here…

Homemade Montreal Steak Spice Recipe

You can watch the video below on how to make your own Montreal steak spice…

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