Notes: I like to use Bud Light® or Miller Light®.
A light beer will produce a mild beer flavor and dark beer will make the
steaks strong. Monosodium glutamate, or
MSG, is sold in most supermarkets in the spice aisle
under the brand name Accent®.
Make It A Meal:
Serve with a salad
tossed with Caesar Salad Dressing
like The Outback's®.
made my day with your Outback steak recipe.
Everyone loved it. Passed it to my dad and they
loved it (he didn't tell my mom that he soaked
the steak in beer!).
This is a
great recipe. I was task to grill 48 steaks for a
Valentine Dinner for the church I attend. When
the dinner was over, I was approached by the
Pastor and invited to cook for all of his dinner
parties. Along with his compliments, I was
approached by many more members stating these
were the best steaks ever in the history of the
Valentines dinners. The comments were such as;
that was the best spent $15.00 per plate, Would
you give me the recipe...Thanks for rescuing me
on this one.
recipe made my dinner the talk of the family.
Everyone loved them.
My 18 year old daughter
wanted me to take her boyfriend out with the family for his birthday
to The Outback. I thought it a good idea, but liking to cook, I
thought I would try this recipe and we would make a night of it at
home. She was less than amused, but went along with the idea. I
bought a beef loin and cut my own steaks and they thought that was
neat in itself. I prepared everything and laid out the feast.
WOW!!!! They loved it. (and I saved about $60). They have suggested
we do it once a month. Yeah, I'm in. My teen actually WANTS to spend
an evening at home with us and we have great steaks. Everyone wins
in more ways than one.
Honestly the BEST steaks
I've ever cooked. Even better than any steak I've eaten in a
Robbie you really out did
yourself on this one girl. These steaks are by far the best steaks I
have ever had home cooked. My family and I both thought these were
better then the outback steaks too!! If you guys are thinking of
making this, stop thinking about it and do it, you will not regret
it, I promise you that!!
This is the first recipe
from this website that I've tried. I'm a southerner that has grilled
steak in just about every way imaginable (believe me) and I have to
admit that steaks came out superb! I even used generic "select"
grade NY strip steaks from a national chain grocery store which are
always a bit tough to me compared to restaurant grade steaks. I
don't know if its the beer or the Accent that did it, but these
puppies came out VERY tender. I leaning towards the fact that it was
the beer since I let it marinade overnight vs. the rub that was only
on it for about 30 min. The flavor was great as well. My wife will
not normally eat a steak without her A1 sauce but this is one she
admitted to not needing it. I plan on using this steak marinade/rub
combo from now and as thanks
I'm ordering your
book. This first recipe was so good that I can't wait to try
This was a terrible
recipe for steak!! Or anything else. Yuck!
We loved this recipe!
Thanks for sharing it!
Sorry but I have to say I
was disappointed. I could taste the beer and the overall flavor just
wasn't anything like the Outback steaks I've had. It was very tender
love it! easy to prepare
too.got in ready while doing my homework,thanks and more power
Wow, this recipe was
AWSOME. We are from Kansas and my Husband is from Iowa and he knows
a good steak. We have already had it four times!! I can't wait to
try another one of your recipes!!
Hello. I made this recipe
for a cookout that I had over the summer. Had about 40 people.
Bought "generic" steaks. The whole crowd were amazed and asked for
recipe. I was almost wanting to keep it all for myself. Great job!
LOVE this site.
I AM IN LOVE!
i don't know if i did
something wrong, but i tried this recipe and the final result tasted
only beer, not good at all. I followed all the steps and ingredients
correctly, only thing diferent is that i used regular bud instead of
the light version....i don't know what went wrong, but it was all
beer taste on my steak.
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