SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK?

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2010/07/24 18:25:11 (permalink)

SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK?

We make a cheesesteak made with ribeye shaved steak, i was just wondering if anyone puts any seasonings on theres? besides the usuall peppers, onions, mushrooms, we have used, salt , pepper. steak sauce by request by some but was looking for any other ideas. thanks in advance Buck 
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    Michael Hoffman
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/24 19:01:00 (permalink)
    Mushrooms?
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/24 19:02:49 (permalink)
    A nice thick Marinara Sauce is good with  sauteed onions.
    Cavender's Greek Seasoning is FANTASTIC on any steak. Sprinkle some on while grilling the meat
    http://www.greekseasoning.com/
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/24 19:54:41 (permalink)
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    Mushrooms?


    yea I know .what can I say. I did say by request.
     
    foodbme: Thanks I'll check into that one
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/24 20:46:04 (permalink)
    I know you're talking beef...   but the best secret ingredient for Chickensteak subs is Mrs. Dash (the original variety) = WOW!
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/24 22:40:06 (permalink)
    most places traditionally just use pepper and maybe a small pinch of salt to season the meat while cooking it.  since you're using such a good quality meat, you really shouldn't need anything else!
     
    i'd be leary of mrs. dash - lots of salt/msg in most of their offerings.  would be too easy to end up with too much and that would ruin the taste of the meat!
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/25 00:03:49 (permalink)
    all you need is salt and pepper
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/25 02:40:02 (permalink)
      I think that Mr. Hoffman has a valid point. Im' pretty sure that Mrs. Dash was marketed as a salt substitute. I have never seen MSG listed as one of the ingredients either.

      David O.
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/25 05:14:35 (permalink)
      There are a lot of Philly purists out there. I am however, not one of them. I use a lot of different ingredients to play up the flavors of the shaved rib eye i.e. Steak- Eze.

      I use onions, jalapenos and cheddar for a Mexican "Philly." I use bell peppers, pineapple, and teriyaki sauce for a Hawaiian "Philly." I like to put a little Italian dressing on a regular Philly, just for a little bite. Reuben "Philly" with Sauerkraut and Swiss cheese and a little spread of 1,000 Island. Italian "Philly" with house made marinara and mozzarella. Greek "Philly" with Feta cheese and Tzatziki sauce. Just to name a few that I have tried at the Restaurant. Most sell pretty well.

      JMHO

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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/25 07:56:08 (permalink)
    Thank you all, keep them coming! it's just thst I had this one boob that requested we put A-1 on them,or at least as a condiment, and I thought geez, we did  put it on the condiment table    
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/25 13:14:14 (permalink)
       Edit----.
     
    as for mrs dash, i'll repeat what i said:  i made a mistake; either i was confusing it with another product that does have msg/salt in it, or, they did, at some point, offer something that had msg/salt.  the current line of products does not have either.
     
    as for the topic of the thread, the op asked about spicing the meat.  salt and pepper are all that are needed for flavoring the meat.  that's the way it's done here in philly - if it's even added at all and most places don't usually put s/p on while cooking the meat.  it's not a purist thing at all, it's just how it is :)
     
    things like sauted peppers, onions, mushrooms, etc and cheese are extra's added to the sandwich.  most places use these items to enhance the flavor the sandwich, which is the meat.   they're also sometimes used to hide the fact that the quality of the meat is less than perfect.
     
    buck & vi, you're using a very good quality meat and should only need just a hint of salt/pepper to enhance it.  extra's added to the sandwich should not be of such quantity as to hide/overwhelm the flavor of the beef. good quality beef that has no or very little gristle in it is key.  the meat should be tasty enough to not need any of the extras!
     
    one thing you can do to add some bit of extra flavor, besides salt/pepper, is to use olive oil to saute the meat.  not many places do that here and it really makes a difference.
     
     
    post edited by mayor al - 2010/07/25 16:51:32
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/25 13:20:52 (permalink)
    boyardee65

      I think that Mr. Hoffman has a valid point. Im' pretty sure that Mrs. Dash was marketed as a salt substitute. I have never seen MSG listed as one of the ingredients either.

    David O.


    What valid point was that? I can't find it. Oh, wait. Did you mean when I pointed out that according to the labels on all the Mrs. Dash seasonings there is no salt and no msg in any of those products?
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/25 13:27:22 (permalink)
    Just sea salt and freshly ground pepper or sometmes this:

    2 tsp sea salt
    2 tsp freshly ground black pepper
    1/2 tsp garlic powder
    1/2 tsp onion powder
    1 tsp paprika
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/25 14:24:23 (permalink)
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    boyardee65

      I think that Mr. Hoffman has a valid point. Im' pretty sure that Mrs. Dash was marketed as a salt substitute. I have never seen MSG listed as one of the ingredients either.

    David O.


    What valid point was that? I can't find it. Oh, wait. Did you mean when I pointed out that according to the labels on all the Mrs. Dash seasonings there is no salt and no msg in any of those products?


       Yes.

      David O.
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/25 16:55:55 (permalink)
    OK, The suggestions appear to be pointed back to the topic. E O S .
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/25 17:30:38 (permalink)
    Ya gotta have granulated garlic, along with the salt and pepper
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/25 17:42:13 (permalink)
    chewingthefat

    Ya gotta have granulated garlic, along with the salt and pepper


    I agree! That's why I recommend Cavenders. It has plenty of granulated garlic & other goodies in it.  CTF, give it a shot. http://www.greekseasoning.com/  
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/25 19:01:14 (permalink)
    Minced Garlic, Shallots and Parsley in Butter
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/27 06:31:47 (permalink)
    Thank you all for the comments! I too was thinking of the olive oil, i'll try that and also the greek seasonings, minced garlic,shallots, parsly sounds real good ! one at a time and see how it goes , again thanks for the response. Buck
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/29 00:21:10 (permalink)
    joclyn

       Edit----.
     
    as for mrs dash, i'll repeat what i said:  i made a mistake; either i was confusing it with another product that does have msg/salt in it, or, they did, at some point, offer something that had msg/salt.  the current line of products does not have either.
     
    as for the topic of the thread, the op asked about spicing the meat.  salt and pepper are all that are needed for flavoring the meat.  that's the way it's done here in philly - if it's even added at all and most places don't usually put s/p on while cooking the meat.  it's not a purist thing at all, it's just how it is :)
     
    things like sauted peppers, onions, mushrooms, etc and cheese are extra's added to the sandwich.  most places use these items to enhance the flavor the sandwich, which is the meat.   they're also sometimes used to hide the fact that the quality of the meat is less than perfect.
     
    buck & vi, you're using a very good quality meat and should only need just a hint of salt/pepper to enhance it.  extra's added to the sandwich should not be of such quantity as to hide/overwhelm the flavor of the beef. good quality beef that has no or very little gristle in it is key.  the meat should be tasty enough to not need any of the extras!
     
    one thing you can do to add some bit of extra flavor, besides salt/pepper, is to use olive oil to saute the meat.  not many places do that here and it really makes a difference.
     
     


    the apology i tendered was removed.  i really don't understand why it was because it was the appropriate thing to do after making the mistake of responding so offensively to being attacked in such an unwarranted manner.  i handled the attack in an inappropriate manner.
     
    anyhoo, i wish you the best with your steaks and please, post the final version of the spices! 
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/29 07:15:59 (permalink)
    Having lived in Hawaii, I love a Teriyaki Cheese Steak. Add some teriyaki sauce when its on the grill and it gives it an exotic taste twist, one that you have to try to experience. That or a Bulgogi flavored Steak & Cheese.
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    Re:SEASONINGS ON YOUR CHEESE STEAK? 2010/07/31 00:38:25 (permalink)
    Hey B&V-----------try separately or in 50/50 combo-----------Lawry's Seasoned Salt / Badilla Sazon Completa  (sure you can find this in Hot!!Fla)
     
    Russ
    post edited by russ2304 - 2010/08/02 00:33:23
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