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Hi Molly, Try using some crushed red pepper (1/4 tsp), 1/4 tsp paprika and a few grinds of fresh black pepper if you want to keep it simple. Otherwise kbckitchen's recipe looks pretty good. Good luck! -CK
Keeping it simple, try 1/2 smoked paprika and 1/2 cumin...
2 drops Tabasco...
Most of your basic 'powders' such as chili, five spice, poultry etc. are combinations of two or more herbs and or spices. kbc's recipe is pretty close to my own recipe, tho I urup with individual mixes, and playing around a little bit you may find soon that you're no longer buying steak spice, but making your own with a personal twist. Anyone can season steaks with Montreal Steak Spice...your own twist will have your guests impressed.....
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