Outback Steakhouse-Style Steak
photo by DianaEatingRichly
- Ready In:
- Mix together seasoning ingredients and rub into each side of steak.
- Grill steaks on a large frying pan over medium-high heat; press down on steak with spatula or tongs to sear the edges.
Questions & Replies
Okay, I know people sometimes have a problem when people rate a recipe but don't follow it exactly. I couldn't help myself on this one! I didn't have coriander or tumeric. I read what the flavors are similar to by clicking on the spice. So I substituted them both one with 1/2 tsp lemon pepper and the other with 1/2 tsp ground ginger. I also left out the cayenne as I am not a big fan of spicy food. This along with marinade #66648 by luuvbunny is awesome! I have NEVER made a steak I really liked before this! DH said whatever you did please keep the recipe. Then posted a pic to facebok. Thanks for making me look like a star! Definetely make extra rub you'll need it! (I only used 3 tsp of salt, and it was just right, maybe even a little salty for some people's taste, but perfect for us)
This was pretty darn good! I had to substitute basil for the coriander, and curry powder for the turmeric (we were out of both), I cut down the cayenne by half, as well as the salt. The seasonings were delicious, and the only drawback was that we all felt like we had been pepper-sprayed when the plates hit the table - not a major drawback, and in fact quite funny to watch :) We will definitely use this again. Thanks!
I really loved this! It's the first time I've used a rub - I always marinate my steaks, but I really wanted steak and didn't have the time to marinate, so this was perfect. I used 6 tsp onion salt in place of the salt and onion powder and I omitted the coriander and turmeric as I didn't have either, but they still tasted great! My husband and son found them too spicy, though, so next time, I'll cut down on the cayenne for their sakes.