Kansas City Strip Steak Seasoning
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Which came first: the Kansas City Strip Steak or the New York Strip Steak? Kansas City, of course! The story goes that the top loin steak, known as a Kansas City Strip Steak by butchers, was a favorite of a certain Big Apple steakhouse. However, the owner didn’t like that the steak was named after a “cow town” and dubbed it “New York Strip Steak” instead. We sided with the butchers on this one and developed this sweet, yet aromatically balanced steak seasoning especially for the launch of our Kansas City shop.
Great on all cuts of beef, but also on pork, poultry, or even a meaty whitefish. Mix 1 Tbsp. into 1 lb. ground beef for a sweet and savory burger. Season root vegetables before grilling or roasting or use as a sprinkle on salads.
Sugar, salt, onion, garlic, lemon peel, rosemary, thyme, red pepper, fennel, nutmeg, black pepper, citric acid, sugar, fenugreek, mace, turmeric, coriander, cumin, ginger, arrowroot, cayenne, cinnamon, anise, cardamom, cloves