What Dishes to Use the Steakhouse Blend In
Our Steakhouse blend is not limited to red meats and game; it can also accompany your more classic preparations, such as a 7-hour leg of lamb or a beef Bourguignon. Use it to reinvent your favorite dishes and surprise your guests!
How to Use the Steakhouse Blend?
Here's a simple blend to use for everyday cooking. This spice mix will delightfully flavor your everyday dishes. Here are some recipe examples to help you:
- - Herb and Spice Roasted Chicken: Season your chicken with the Steakhouse blend, then roast it until it's golden brown;
- - Herb-Crusted Lamb Chops: Before grilling, coat your lamb chops with the Steakhouse blend;
- - Spicy Beef Skewers: Marinate your beef skewers in the Steakhouse blend, then alternate the meat pieces with onion slices on skewers;
- - Oven-Baked Veal Ribs: Coat your veal ribs with the Steakhouse blend, place onion rings on top, and bake until tender;
- - Sautéed Pork with Mediterranean Spices: Season pork pieces with the Steakhouse blend, sauté the meat with onions, and serve it on a bed of rice or quinoa;
- - Grilled Herb-Crusted Steak: Season your steaks with the Steakhouse blend and grill them. Serve them with a garlic and herb sauce;
- - Homemade Burger: Mix the Steakhouse blend into the ground meat and form patties. Cook them in a pan or on the grill, then assemble your burgers with cheese, lettuce, and tomatoes.
The Steakhouse Blend, a Harmony of Spices for Meat Lovers
The Steakhouse blend offers a complex and balanced palette of flavors. Subtle sweetness is present, complemented by fresh and lemony notes. A spicy and smoky undertone blends with a lingering warmth. A distinctive, peppery flavor stands out, while Mediterranean herbs add woody, earthy, and herbal aromas. Together, they create a symphony of flavors that will elevate all your meat dishes.
Where Does the Term "Steakhouse" Come From?
The term "Steakhouse" means "meat restaurant" or "grill restaurant" in English. Developed primarily in the United States, these restaurants offer various meat-based dishes, primarily grilled beef, but also pork, poultry, or lamb. The oldest steakhouse, the Old Homestead, has been operating in the United States since its establishment following the Civil War in 1868. In France, one of the first French meat restaurants, Le Louchébem, opened in Paris in 1878, and it still exists today.
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