THE INGREDIENTS LIST:
1/4 Cup.Of kosher salt.
2 Tbsp.Of black pepper, coarsely ground.
2 Tbsp.Of paprika.
1 Tbsp.Of garlic powder.
1 Tbsp.Of onion powder.
1 Tbsp.Of chili powder.
1 Tbsp.Of cumin.
1 Tbsp.Of brown sugar.
1 Tbsp.Of dried rosemary (optional, for added flavor complexity).
First, weigh out all of the ingredients using a measuring spoon. This ensures that you are prepared to begin the mixing procedure with all of the necessary components.
Put the kosher salt, black pepper, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, chili powder, cumin, brown sugar, and dried rosemary (if you’re going to use it), in a bowl that’s about the size of a medium mixing bowl.
To ensure that each component is uniformly distributed, carefully combine all of the ingredients using a spoon or a whisk. Check to see that the seasoning does not have any clumps and that it is well-mixed.
Place the Texas Roadhouse Steak Seasoning in a jar that is airtight and has a lid that seals tightly. This will assist in maintaining the taste and will protect the seasoning from becoming stale. Label the jar with the name of the seasoning as well as the day and time that it was made so that it is easier to find later.
Just before you cook the steak of your choosing, liberally sprinkle with this seasoning. To ensure that the meat absorbs as much of the flavor as possible, pat it in.
It’s best to let the seasoned meat rest for at least 30 minutes before cooking to allow the flavors to develop.
Put the seasoning in an area that is out of direct sunshine and somewhere that is cool and dry. It may be stored for up to six months, but for the greatest flavor and freshness, consume it within three to four months at the most.