Ready in 5 minutes
This steak seasoning recipe is easy and makes a delicious complement to your grilled or broiled steak. The seasoning is very tasty!
Mix all ingredients together in a small bowl. This recipe yields about 8 teaspoons of seasoning.
I recommend making, serving, and trying it out. If you like it, make a large batch and keep it in an airtight container.
I updated this recipe to half the salt from 1 teaspoon to a 1/2 teaspoon as noted in some of the comments and added Ground Cumin to even out the flavor blend.
Speters5 1m agoI agree with yoobie! This taste nothing like an outback seasoned steak. I cook most of the time and i do mostly homemade and create my own things. Its a (barely ok) season for me. It does favor the indian spice category. I will be lookikg for different seasoning
Yoobie 2y agoI've seen this same recipe on several websites and I wonder if anyone posting it ever tried it. I followed it to the letter on both ribeyes and filets (trying to get close to the "Victoria's Filet" at Outback. It tasted nothing like it. We eat there often and my poor wife wasted half of her filet because she hated the spices. It tasted too much like Indian seasoning or something, but whatever it was it was not even close to Outback seasoned steaks. I absolutely would not recommend this recipe to anyone looking for the Outback flavor. It's far from it.
teriallan-paquin 2y ago
mogriff1 2y agoVery flavorful! I added onion salt. This mixture complimented my filets perfectly! Hubby and I enjoyed it.
kdvo 2y agoThis was really tasty.
Darcyconway 3y ago
JB131 3y agoReally tasty! I would however double this mixture and added 1/4 tspoon brown sugar.
sharireland 3y agoVery tasty
rhondasharpelofton 3y agoWouldn't consider making my sirloin steaks without it. As good, if not better than Outback.
Sharone02 3y agoVery nice. Modified the salt second time around. Hope it's as good as the first time around