Grilled Montreal Steak has to be one of my husband’s favorite meals. I am always sure to make enough for that night’s dinner and then some left over for the next day. Not being a big fan of just re-heating steak, we use it to pop into Quesadillas, top a nice salad, or make some yummy Beef Stroganoff.
I used to use a pre-made Montreal seasoning mix, until one day, I ran out. But, we still wanted Montreal Steak, therefore, I came up with my own blend… and I have to say, we like it even better! You can make up a batch as you need it, or multiply the recipe and fill up a mason jar to keep it at the ready.
Let’s start with mixing up the seasoning rub:
Now onto preparing the steak:
This steak is delicious grilled outside on your gas or charcoal grill or inside on a grill pan. Just a warning though, if you are doing this inside, be sure you have good ventilation, you will need your burner on high for a properly seared steak.
Recipe for Grilled Montreal Steak:
3 lbs. steak (here we use beef loin)
8-10 Tbs. Montreal Steak Seasoning
For Seasoning Mix:
6 Tbs. kosher salt
3 Tbs. dry crushed red pepper
3 Tbs. fresh cracked black pepper
3 Tbs. garlic powder
2 Tbs. smoked paprika
1 Tbs. ginger
Mix together all seasoning ingredients. Sprinkle seasoning onto meat, place in a bowl. Cover with plastic wrap, store in fridge for 3-24 hrs until 1 hr before cook time.
Let meat sit at room temperature for one hour. Grill on high to preferred level of doneness. Meat should have an internal temperature of 145°F. Let rest for 5 minutes.
*note: this is a gluten-free recipe.