Steak Pepper Mix

I've been told I am like an artist some times, only I paint the picture with spices. This is one of my favorites.

Yield: 10 Ounces
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Steak Pepper Mix Recipe

Preparation Instructions

Mix it all together, and put in a good pepper grinder. Put the leftover in an air tight container. and store in a cool, dark, dry place.

Yield: 10 Ounces
Helpful Hints

I've changed this around quite a bit over time, and found this to be the best blend. I have used white pepper but did not care of the taste. Be carefull of the Sichuan pepper. It ha a very strong and pungent taste.

This pepper works well on prime rib, good steaks, and when dipping bread into olive oil.


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1 Comment

Richard S

But then, I created the mix :)

The salt should be 1/2 oz of red and a 1/2 oz of black hawiian salt. I like the black addition as the carbon from the salt blends into the meat and looks good. You only notice it before you cook, but thats just me :) Enjoy!