Our Tri Tip, Steak and Rib Rub Recipe represent the best and most options for having your favorite mouthwatering steak. Jake's Famous brand Tri Tip, Steak and Rib Dry Rub is an enormously popular blend of garlic, herbs and spices that change the steak grilling game giving you easy option to improve your homemade steaks. Along with our best Steak rub we are present some exceptional steak recipes that are easy to make taking the bare minimum of ingredients and the least amount of time. Click to see our eBook 12 Days of Tri Tip for ideas on using our best Rub with tri-tip.
Of all the basic meat forms steak practically tops the list at longevity and is hailed the world over as the form of meat most would like to eat on a regular basis. Steak can be relatively inexpensive or extremely expensive in forms such as "Wagyu or marbled roasts" each of these costing at a minimum $100 per pound. Most people buy them because they understand true behind a great steak is the amount of marbling or fat content necessary to create this almost buttery notion of meat with very little if any chewing texture. Just excellent mouth feel and wonderful notes and aromas of wonderful flavor. We seasoned our steaks with our Jakes Famous Tri-Tip, Steak and Rib Natural Dry Rub then we followed and exceptionally simple process of grilling and roasting to produce the maximum amount of flavor from the steak. We believe the best flavor is produced when the steak is allowed to marinate in the seasonings for at least an hour. The steaks after seasoning are covered and placed in a fridge on a middle shelf during the marination process.
To achieve the grilling process we like using wood fire (Red Oak) or Charcoal with smoking chips. If using smoking chips make sure you soak the chips in water for at least 2 hours.
Then put a handful of chips on the coals or in a smoke box once you have reached the right temperature for grilling. If I can't use a grill then I use a cast iron pan on high heat. I season the pan with a little butter first. But prior to grilling the steak I allow it to rest at room temperature for at least 30 minutes. Once the steak is seasoned and rested I bring my oven to 450 degrees for at least 20 minutes. I add the butter to the pan followed by the steak which is seared for 5 minutes on the first side. I add garlic cloves and rosemary to the pan following the point at which I turn the steak over. I sear the steak for an additional 4 minutes then I remove the steak from the stove top then I move the steak to the oven for 5 minutes. I remove the steak from the cast iron pan and place it on a rack to hold the steak for at least 5-8 minutes before I start the serving process. At that point the steak has reached a perfect medium rare to medium. I slice the entire steak serving sections to guests. Along with the steak I add the garlic into mashed potatoes and either roasted asparagus or broccoli.
Should I desire to add barbecue sauce to the steaks during the grilling or cooking process I generally do that before I add the pan to the oven. I baste the steak with our Really Good Mild BBQ Sauce then I continue with the placement of the pan in the oven. I note that the addition of the BBQ sauce will add an additional minute or two to the cooking process so I adjust the time accordingly. I will use a timer when cooking in the oven so that I don't guess at the finishing time. By doing so I will ensure that my cooking process is consistent each time. I can offset the additional two minutes needed to cook the steak by warming the BBQ sauce beforehand on the stove. To do so simply add the sauce to a pot or container and bring the sauce to a pot on medium heat. One the sauce begins to boil remove it and let rest for one minute then baste the steak
Steaks are relatively simple to grill and by gathering and preparing the ingredients in advance one is sure to save time in the entire process. To achieve your best steak results testing and re-testing will be required. Making your own homemade recipe is also easy but getting the ingredients perfectly balanced will take time. But, why would you when you have access to the best Steak Rub in existence right here on this website. That's right, we host 3 outstanding meat rubs pre-measured, pre-blended and pre-ready for you to use. It might take you 3 days to collect the materials you need to get your tri tip rub together from one of these recipes. But, if you act now you could have your favorite of our two tri tip rubs in your hands tomorrow. That's right if your order any time between Monday and Thursday you could have the tri tip rub of your dreams in your hands in handy right sized containers. Take a look at these three dry rubs:
Jakes Famous Original Steak Rub Recipe our Steak and Tri Tip Rub
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Jake's Steak Rub and Tri-Tip Dry Ru
A full flavored Steak and Tri Tip natural Dry Rub recipe with bold hints of smoked hickory salt, rich brown sugar, savory granulated garlic, onions, coarse ground black pepper and the most perfect blend of tarragon and oregano.
How fantastic it is this straightforward, no frills, all action Santa Barbara inspired dry rub. Combining rich hints of wholesome garlic, coarse ground black pepper, smoked kosher salt,chili powder, Hungarian Paprika and the freshest parsley and hints of onion and mustard.
Southwestern Hickory Rub
Life is better when the perfect blend of spices and herbs join together to improve your life and tastes. This righteous blend of New Mexico Chili powder, cayenne, smoked hickory salt, golden brown sugar, granulated garlic, onion and more make this the quintessential natural dry rub. A rub that not only delivers its best flavors to perfect tri tip but increase peak flavor with the right hints of smokiness. This is a keystone dry rub in our stable of rubs. And right now this dry rub could be yours.
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Steak Rub Recipe Santa Maria
- 1 tablespoon fresh ground black pepper
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 1/2 tablespoon paprika
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- 1 teaspoon dried rosemary
- 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
- 1/2 tsp Dijon mustard
- 1/3 cup red wine vinegar
- 1/3 cup vegetable oil
- 4 cloves crushed garlic
Citrus Style Steak Rub Recipe
- 4 teaspoons Garlic Powder
- 2 teaspoons Paprika
- 2 teaspoons Dried Orange Peel
- 1 teaspoon Chili Powder
- 1/2 teaspoon Black Pepper
- 1/2 teaspoon Kosher Salt
Cajun Steak Dry Rub Recipe
- 8 tablespoons paprika
- 3 tablespoons cayenne
- 6 tablespoons ground black pepper
- 4 tablespoons garlic ground
- 3 tablespoons onion ground
- 6 tablespoons sea salt
- 2 tablespoons ground cumin
- 4 tablespoons dried oregano
- 4 tablespoons dried thyme
Santa Maria Steak Rub Recipe Basic
- 3 Tablespoons Granulated Garlic
- 2 Tablespoons Salt
- 2 Tablespoons Coarse Ground Black Pepper
Although these Tri Tip Dry Rub Recipes are perfect for Tri Tip, they can all be used on select pieces of beef, chicken, pork ribs, beef ribs and fish. Select one, mix and sample on your favorite meat.
**In our eBook Learning section we've added an eBook entitled 12 Days of Tri-Tip Recipes . This is a great collection of Jake's 12 best Tri-Tip recipes that we've used over the years. Recipes like Homemade Herb Based, Tri Tip Standard, Basic Tri-Tip, Quick and Dirty Tri-Tip, Sandwich Style Tri-Tip recipes and more are all included in this eBook. The eBook is a limited edition series and is available while supplies last. Click the link to Order Now. Downloads will be emailed to your favorite email address. (Although shown note there is NO shipping cost as this is a download. Just click continue and follow to Checkout).
To help out our many customers requests we are including instructions on How To Make Steaks and Tri Tip...see below:
Jake's Dry Rubs Tri Tip Steak and Rib Rub
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After resting cutting the meat the right way is critical. Place the meat on the cutting board and with a sharp knife you'll want to slice off sections that are at least 1/4 inch wide. Another critical thing is direction for cutting the meat. You'll want to ensure that you cut perpendicular to the grain of the meat. The best way to describe it is if you stretch out your hand so that all your fingers are together then place your other hand on top so that your palm is facing you and it rests on all the knuckles. If this was a knife this would be considered perpendicular. The same applies to the meat because of where the meat originally comes from there is a degree of musculature that runs within the meat. Cutting in a perpendicular fashion opposite of the grain of the meat will allow the meat to chew to perfection. If you cut the meat with the grain where you'll be able to see lines formed in the meat the meat will be chewy so all that hard work will be for not.
That's how we make Steak on a Weber grill. If you have any questions don't hesitate to write us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Whether you're looking for Steak Dry Rub Brown Sugar recipe, Homemade Cajun Steak Recipe, Santa Maria Tri-Tip. Steak Recipe, Garlic Dominant recipe or more recipes checkout all the recipes and ideas on our website: Jake's Famous Foods
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For other recipes and processes last but not least here's an awesome example of how we make Ribs using our very own Santa Maria Dry Rub and Tri-Tip, Steak and Rib rub blend:
Making Ribs using Santa Maria Dry Rub and Tri-Tip Rub
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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 10 February, 2019.