Thursday, March 15, 2012

Outback Steakhouse Steak Seasoning

I recently found a copy-cat Outback Steakhouse steak seasoning recipe and I knew right away that I wanted to try it. After countless trips to the grocery store and repeatedly forgetting the turmeric, I finally made it home with a bottle of it and we had steaks for supper that evening using this seasoning.

It was delicious. Really, really, reeeeeally good. I highly recommend it! If you're sensitive to heat, you might reduce the cayenne in half. Mitchell and I liked it as-is but we'll have to tone done the cayenne next time as Piper absolutely loves steak and we don't want to burn her little mouth up. :)



Outback Steakhouse steak seasoning


1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon paprika
1/2 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper
1/4 teaspoon onion powder
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 dash coriander
1 dash turmeric
That's it! Just sprinkle the seasoning generously over your steaks and slap 'em on the grill. You won't be disappointed!


 

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks so posting! I have always loved Outback seasoning. My husband also uses it on grilled fish too! It's not bad on chicken either. Our 6 year old loves it as well. He loves it on his shrimp.

Throatwobbler Mangrove said...

Thanks for recipe. I did half the cayenne and I skipped the turmeric and coriander and it was excellent.

Throatwobbler Mangrove said...

Thanks for posting this recipe. We halved the cayenne and skipped the coriander and turmeric and loved it. Very much like actual outback that we had just 2 nights ago.

Throatwobbler Mangrove said...

Thanks for posting this recipe. We halved the cayenne and skipped the coriander and turmeric and loved it. Very much like actual outback that we had just 2 nights ago.

Anonymous said...

This recipe's very good!

But I work at Outback and wanted to point out some extra tips. Our classic style of cooking involves a flat top grill (a stovetop pan will suffice), a ladles worth of melted butter that is spooned onto the hot grill and then the heavily seasoned steak is cooked in the melted butter. We have a heavy metal pice that pushes down the steak to get that nice even sear (repeat with the butter when you flip)....oh and definitely use real butter. We actually make our butter from scratch and margarine/olive oil just won't cut it.

Also while the recipe above is good, the actual outback seasoning recipe is a combination of 17 seasonings, 7 of which are mild spices! We love our pepper!

Anonymous said...

This is close to recipe, to really get the same outback steak, you need to use a flat iron pan and iron press to seal it in and get a nice crust.

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