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Enjoy this sneak peek from the upcoming release of World Spice at Home, by World Spice Merchant Amanda Bevill and cookbook author Julie Kramis Hearne. Available September 30th 2014!

Necessity is the mother of invention, and this beautiful pairing is a classic example. When we found ourselves out of our favorite steak rub one night, we had baharat on hand and whipped this up. Now there is a new favorite in the house. Baharat adds aromatic elements of cinnamon and allspice to a simple meat rub, and it transforms the rib-eye with unexpected flavors. The earthiness of the mushrooms is a nice complement to the spices and steak. We like to serve this with garlic mashed potatoes.

Baharat Ribeye

*(c)2014 By Amanda Bevill and Julie Kramis Hearne. All rights reserved. Excerpted from World Spice at Home: New Flavors for 75 Favorite Dishes by permission of Sasquatch Books.

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 9 Comments

  1. Andrea Tweedie says:

    I said OMG this is good with every bite I took 🙂

  2. Karen says:

    I love this recipe. I used the rub on chicken and cooked it on the stove. Unfortunately, my house now smells like a like I’ve been cooking the dish for the past 24 hours. I cannot get the smell to go away although everything has been cleaned. Do you have any recommendations or how to get rid of the smell?

    • Sherrie says:

      Aside from opening windows for a time, you could always simmer a pot of water on the stove with lemon and fresh rosemary or with cinnamon to “overtake” the lingering aroma. You could also leave a box of baking soda open by the stove – it will absorb the aroma over time. Sometimes cooking smells linger in the fans over the stove, so the simmer water with things in it could help that, too.

  3. Patricia jack says:

    Your gift set is a great idea but two recipes I read call for 3 TABLESPOON of spice and set come with only two. Difficult to try or sample?

    • Sherrie says:

      The idea behind our Flavor Companion is to give a sample of the spices and blends featured in our book, so that you can try out some of the recipes. (Most recipes use what is in the jar, or a lesser amount.) This recipe, while being very delicious, does call for 3 lbs. of rib eye and is meant for a family-style meal. Perhaps just making 1 or 2 steaks instead? It is worth it…

  4. Denise says:

    we are trying the spice on a hamburger to try

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