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This is a great spice mix. I sprinkle it on my steaks before I freeze them. By the time they've thawed when I get around to cooking them, the flavors have really set in. It's also good on hamburgers.

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pansregnig December 31, 2009

OUTRAGEOUSLY GOOD STEAK RUB, but seriously, I can't believe anybody has their steaks this salty. According to previous reviews, I halved the amount of salt and this was perfect!

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rosslare April 10, 2010

Had this on steaks and pork chops...yummy! Once you have the spices out, make a double batch....you'll be glad you did! I keep it on the shelf . We call it "MAGIC DUST" . Thanks for publishing!

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The Jelly Room May 17, 2010

Tried this recipe for the first time. I questioned the amount of salt, but went ahead as directed. It turned out way too salty and had to throw away steaks after trying three or four bites!!! Could the amount of salt be a misprint???

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joelhardman@hotmail.com February 28, 2011

This recipe is being added to my collection because I completely enjoyed the taste and was thrilled that it was sugar free. I also like the fact that it includes coriander and turmeric; two spices that promote health. I understand that coriander is a natural diuretic and turmeric is healthful for many reasons. One of the benefits of turmeric in this recipe is that it helps us digest protein.

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Sherry Belle September 18, 2010

being from Louisiana, I'll try ANYTHING with cayenne pepper. I used rib-eyes for this and OOOOOBOY!! SE SEBON (That means soooo good)!!!

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twinsdad May 09, 2003

This was pefect. I omitted the tumeric and coriander...I didn't have them and went lighter on the salt (4 teaspoons). Otherwise these made a PERFECT rub for our Porterhouse steaks. Will use again and again.
Update--use as rub on our london broil--it was the best we ever had tasted. Served with hrseradish/sour cream mixture. *****

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Shabby Sign Shoppe June 07, 2012

THIS IS IT!!! LOOK NO FURTHER.....YOUR STEAK WILL TASTE EXACTLY LIKE OUTBACK WITH THIS RECIPE.....we were going to outback every weekend......but now i can just go get a huge steak for $5 and come up with the same taste....THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!

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criticalera May 11, 2012

You gotta try this rub... its very good!!
I have made this 3 or 4 times now and I have cut the salt in 1/2. The combination of spices is unique and delicious..
I have not had an outback steak in many years; so I cannot truly tell you if this recipe is close to it, but what I can say.. who would want to go out for steak when you can have this delicious recipe right at home...
I want to try this on pork chops and chicken next..

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MIDWESTGUY October 24, 2010

It's all about the RUB....I have searched for a great rub for a while now..... for steaks. I've also tried many of the store flavors...This is THA ONE....a really good one. It will be MY SECRET RUB from now on...

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CAJUN STYLE August 10, 2003
Outback Steakhouse-Style Steak