How do you season your Steaks or Pork Chops? I usually use salt and pepper or just salt but diversification would be nice.
Marinate in the sauce from chipotles in adobo, grill and eat with chimichurri or
With "Bearnaise" compound butter -- combine butter, tarragon, minced shallot and white wine vinegar or
Pan fried with red wine pan sauce -- after steaks are cooked, add minced shallot, after a minute reduce red wine for a few minutes and whisk in cold butter
Brine in cider, eat with cinnamon sauteed apples
Press sage leaves into seasoned sides and fry
We can't grill where we live, so I grease up my cast iron skillet with bacon grease, then sprinkle with sea salt, black pepper, and a little garlic powder. I used to use Montreal Steak Seasoning, but I think it had MSG, or maybe soy in it. I forget which.
i prefer not to: the more seasoning / spices the tastier it gets - the tastier it gets the more you eat (sometimes despite lack of ACTUAL = physiological appetite)
if you don't want to eat an unseasoned meat it just means that you don't want to eat at all (=don't need to)
The tastiest Pork Chops Ever!!
1c Coconut Aminos Splach Coconut oil Minced Garlic ( I like a LOT)
At least 1h the longer the better!
(discard marinade) Rub Dijon Mustard Fresh Ground Black Pepper Sea Salt
Brown each side for 3- 5 min depending on thickness
Set oven to 250
Wrap in Aluminum foil with uncooked potatoes and onions or squash with a dollop of butter each
Slow cook for 2-3 hours
I usually prepare this and then head of to the gym with my husband. When we get back the house smells amazing and dinner is SERVED!
As for steaks I typically use lots of fresh ground black pepper and sea salt and that's about it. I feel like good grassfed meat is flavorful all by itself.