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Something just not right about a sweet steak.
I just realized that I never rated this one and it's one of our favorites! I use Henry Weinhard's beer and the result is mouthwateringly fantastic! Thanks so much for such a delicious marinade recipe!
You guys must be geniuses to screw up a steak. I am not doubting that this is a good steak but don't call it "Outback" because it's not even close. How do I know..... Oh wait I am a Kitchen Manager at Outback Steakhouse. So K THX BYE
Mouth Watering! Used two 16 ounce ribeyes. Sam Adams stock ale for the beer. These turned out fantastic. The blend of sugar and salt makes for a real WOW! Again, not so sure it is exactly like the Outback, but every bit as good. The first time I have been able to make steaks like a high end steakhouse. I would double the dry rub recipe if you have more than 2 steaks. Thanks for sharing Shelbyrose!!
Fantastic! I used Delmonico steaks, which were about an inch thick. I bought 2 1/2 lbs. ( 2 really big steaks) and it was enough for 3 'average-eater' people. I grilled ours with a medium flame, approx. 7 min. on each side for a lovely medium rare. The steaks tasted like restaurant quality. The marinade and rub are both soooooooo easy! I used a darker beer, Killian's Red, to marinate the steaks. Excellent, easy recipe!!
never had outback steakhouse, but my husband and i really enjoyed this recipe. simple to make. thanks.
Good and easy marinade idea for steak. I really like the combo of marinating, then using a dry rub.
Oh!!!! this is a excellent recipe. We thoughly enjoyed it so much. I fellowed the recipe exactly as stated only change was I used Accent in place of the msg. We used T-boned steaks too. GOSH!! I love the dry rub for this. Thanks so much for sharing your recipe. Its one I know I will used again and again.