I got this recipe from an old neighbor of ours. He was a pretty good sized man which means you can trust his opinion on food! We use this for all kinds of meat – pork chops, chicken, anything really:
- BBQ sauce (plain ole regular kind is fine – you don’t need anything fancy [even though the label on the bottle above says “fancy])
- Dale’s Steak Seasoning sauce
- dry Steak Seasoning mix
The amounts don’t need to be exact – you can mix however much you prefer but to get started the first time you may want to try 1/2 cup of each of the wet items and 1 tablespoon of the dry. I don’t even measure anymore – just eyeball about the same amount of all the wet items.
Warning – I don’t like yellow mustard. I mean I REALLY don’t like it. I don’t eat anything that’s made with it – except this. You can not tell it’s in there and you can’t taste it. Trust me on this one. Even if you don’t think it sounds good or don’t like it – try it as written first.
Pour everything into a small bowl.
Mix thoroughly. You want the bowl to be big enough to marinade the meat. If you are going to grill your meat, separate some of the mixture into a separate bowl that you can use to baste the meat while grilling.
Tonight, I used this on chicken and just browned it in a pan. It is so flavorful and moist! You should definitely give this one a try – it’s yummy!