8 Reviews

Thank you for putting out a simple, easy recipie for us simple minded people. At least someone hasn't forgotten the "little people". Appreciated!

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Morgan Wagner June 17, 2002

The Outback steakhouse has been pulling the wool over our eyes on this one for years. Not sure if this is their recipe but pretty close. One night my husband and I were eating a juicy steak there and said...."hmmm...no grill marks they did it in a pan." We experimented at home and found that this is pretty close when done in cast iron and finished to your liking in the oven (if you like medium or above). McCormick's grilled steak seasoning is good too.

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Jaymee April 27, 2003

Simple and yet so good! I added a little pepper onto mine (because I am a pepper feind!) and it was delicious! Thanks

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~*Miss Diggy*~ April 23, 2003

I probably reviewed this recipe before but we love it and I make ALL my steaks this fool-proof way!!!!!!,,Delicious..the timing is the key,,I sometimes change seasonings...perfect every time!!!!

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shanti2 July 25, 2010

This smelled so good while it was grilling. My husband doesn't llike to grill but he didn't mind this recipe it was so easy. It was worth 5 stars to have him do the grilling. The seasoned salt was such a easy and tasting coating on the steak. Thanks Pinedog Pineapple Person. Bullwinkle.

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bullwinkle July 07, 2005

I will start off by saying that we usually grill. However, we live in Phoenix. Today it was 117 degrees out, and neither myself or my husband was willing to stand in front of a grill in that unbearable heat! So, I came here and found this recipe. I was worried that broiling my husband's father's day ribeye would dry it out, but after reading the reviews I decided to give it a try. I used McCormick's Montreal Steak Seasoning, and did as was suggested by another reviewer. I seared them on high for 4 minutes, then cooked them the rest of the way on low. WOW! They were juicy and delicious! My stepson said it was the best steak he ever had! We all really liked this, and it's really nice to know a good method of making steaks when grilling is not an option. Thanks!!!

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ChipotleChick June 20, 2005

I wanted something simple and this was perfect. I panfried- seared both sides on high heat truned to medium and finished cooking 4 minutes per side,. I had never used this type of steak before - It was top Sirloin but wrapped in a net cut 1 1/2" thick and apprx 4" round. Perfect pink inside and very tender. Thanks Pinedog it was just the right recipe for tonight

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Bergy April 21, 2005
Great Steak