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
Yummy. Probably the best rub I've ever made. Bet it would be better with the onion powder the recipe called for but I was out of it. Tried it with smoked paprika for 1 tsp of the regular. Just as good. Thanks.
This is really great. We had Outback yesterday so I can definitely say it tastes very, very similar. I would caution against more that 4 tsp of salt. We did the 6 tsp because my husband loves everything really salty and even he didn't like it. Be very careful with the salt; you can always add more afterwards.
Great - my steaks are better than outback's ones!
I found this recipe while searching, obviously, for an Outback Steakhouse Seasoning. While this recipe would be awesome with a little less pepper and salt (which I used less of both) it is nothing like Outback's seasoning.
I have a 1 oz sample of Outback Steakhouse's actual steak rub, and tried this tonight. It was dead on, if it's not perfect it's close enough for me. Absolutely thrilled.
Very good... thank you!
Very good, and tender! Seasoned well! The hubby wanted another steak!