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spaZDaisE04 10-13-2004 04:16 PM

Grill seasoning?
 
Hey everyone! On rachel rays recipie's she always uses grill seasoning. .I wanted to make her turkey chili and i honestly dont know which grill seasoning flavor to use. lol logically i would think chicken grill seasoning, but i dont know if I should use steak or cajun or what. if anyone can help PLEASE do. . :) thanks in advance

middie 10-13-2004 09:19 PM

mainly i see her using a steak seasoning but with the turkey i'd go with a chicken seasoning.

Weeks 10-13-2004 09:52 PM

I hear "Grill Seasoning" and I think: Worchester sauce, garlic salt, fresh black pepper and a wee bit of anchovy paste...

Raine 10-13-2004 10:13 PM

http://profileshowcase.foodprofile.c...C=047600590623

marmalady 10-14-2004 05:11 AM

She's using a grill seasoning in a chili recipe?

jennyema 10-14-2004 10:49 AM

GRILL SEASONING in a turkey chili recipe? That sounds just ... well, odd.

She also has been known to use poultry seasoning in odd and inappropriate ways (in gumbo, i recall).

CHILI neeeds chili seasoning. I'd go with chile powder, which is a combination of ground chile peppers, cumin, oregano and garlic. With turkey you'll need A LOT of seasoning, too, so maybe plan to add additional garlic or cumin.

buckytom 10-14-2004 11:33 AM

i didn't see the episode, but i'm guessing she used the grill seasoning on meat while browning it, before making it into chilli. i make a lamb and steak chilli that way. season the meats, brown them on a grill, chop into small chunks, then add the rest of the chilli fixins...

Raine 10-14-2004 11:38 AM

Guess it depends on what's in her version of grill seasoning.

debthecook 10-15-2004 09:59 AM

Montreal Steak by McCormick. I heard her mention Montreal Steak Seasoning. Its very very good for grilling/frying.

crewsk 10-15-2004 10:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by debthecook
Montreal Steak by McCormick. I heard her mention Montreal Steak Seasoning. Its very very good for grilling/frying.

That is my favorite deb...it's good on pork chops & chicken too.


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