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i need a good rub for elk steaks

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hey i got some elk steaks in dr pepper right now is there a good rub i could use on it

post #2 of 9

I bet Totonka Dust would be awesome on elk! Its sold thru Owens BBQ's website.


I just realized you want a homemade mix. LOL Sorry....


You might try Jeffs rub, I understand its good on everything.

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My all time favorite rub for elk is straight forward, salt, pepper, and garlic. Sometimes I'll add chipotle for a bit of a kick.
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Welcome to the forum ! IMHO, I use a little garlic salt & pepper on elk.... Wanna let the meat flavor stand out, elk is the best !!
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I would stick with salt and pepper. Them steaks are a treasure and do not need to be embellished much. Elks taste mighty good. You are a highly fortunate young man. Don't cook em long. As they say..Knock off his antlers..wipe his ass..and run him on by.  lol

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Less is more when it comes to elk steaks, as in seasoning and cooking.  Very lean meat with the best flavor I have found.  Medium rare at the most with just a touch of salt and pepper works for me.

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I have one I've used and one I want to try.

I use onion, garlic, salt and pepper. I want to try Jeff's rub.

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