The family loved this recipe. They used A1 sauce so when I asked them about the saltiness in relation to other reviews, they vaguely remembered it being too salty. Next time I will probably use the other suggestions and reduce the salt.
Made this tonight with rave reviews!! Didn't change a thing (well ok, I grilled the steak instead of frying it)... I put the leftover mix in a shaker, cause this is going to be a regular around here!! Thanks for posting :)
perfectly cooked and seasoned! very tender and delicous
Really good! I'm on the Atkins diet and this is great on Sirloin also. Plus it's simple. Thank you for sharing.
Waaaaay too much salt - but I cut it back by half before making my batch since I could see it was an over the top amount. Because I did that, I will rate this five stars because it is an outstanding rub mixture. Just think about if you want that much salt in your mixture and adjust accordingly. Oh, and I would suggest you NOT push down on your steaks to 'sear the edges' as stated in the directions. Serious no-no. You will lose precious juices that way. If your heat is high enough, the pan (or grill) will do its job and give you great sear marks.
I am not sure if this is exactly like Outback's bold seasoning, but this is crazy good as it is. Next time I might cut down the coriander a little bit and increase the salt (I used sea salt.) I can see why this is called "Magic Dust" by some people!
Made this for the first time tonight. Tried the salt half way at 5tsp. Came out exactly like it tastes at Outback. Well done!!
My family loved this! I left out coriander (didn't have any), used 2 Tsp of salt, and 1/2 tsp of cayenne pepper. Delicious!
All I can say is WOW! I really can't compare this rub to Outback's, but the flavors are excellent. Because of the reviews I read, I cut back on the salt and cayenne. Othet than that I prepared the mix as presented. Normally, all I use on my rib-eyes are salt and pepper only. I was a bit leary www ith this rub because I didn't want to ruin my steaks. What it did was make them so much better. Thank you for this recipe!
i used 1/3 of the salt and found it was still too salty, basically ruined a perfectly gd steak, would def say to just use a pinch for future reference