I’m a huge fan of eating out at Outback Steakhouse. There are hundreds across the country, but each one I’ve been to seems to have that special atmosphere that makes you feel at home.
Their meats, sides, and even vegetable dishes always hit the spot!
However, there’s nothing that quite compares to eating in the comfort of your own home. Also, you can save money by occasionally whipping up these meals yourself, especially if you’re looking to serve larger families or parties.
Below, I’ll discuss
my top Outback menu items and share Outback copycat recipes that you can use to prepare the meals yourself.
Outback Steakhouse's Alice Springs Chicken is an underrated dish consisting of marinated, sauteed honey-mustard chicken breast.
Once cooked, the chicken is then smothered in bacon, mushrooms, and melted cheese - yum!
The recipe is simple and only takes five minutes to prep and 35 minutes to cook.
Outback Steakhouse Bloomin Onion Petals are onion rings cut and deep fried in the shape of a blooming flower.
I like the presentation of these petals, but more importantly, I love the perfect crispy texture and delicious peppery and garlicky taste of the batter that this recipe gets right!
Unsurprisingly, steak is one of the most popular menu items at Outback Steakhouse, but it might cost you a bit if you plan on eating out all the time because ordering a steak isn't cheap.
That's why it's much more cost-efficient to learn how to make the perfect, juiciest steak in your own home, and this recipe gives you simple instructions and a solid list of seasonings to do just that.
You can learn how to make
your favorite Outback steak at home!
Outback Steakhouse Three Cheese Steak Dip is one of my favorite things to order at the restaurant because it is so creamy, rich, and decadent.
But I love that I can make it on my own because it's the perfect potluck item
to bring to game day events or backyard barbecues, along with a bag of tortilla chips for dipping!
This recipe for Outback Steakhouse Grilled Salmon truly tastes like the real deal, perhaps because of the perfect amounts of soy sauce, garlic, and ground black pepper it calls for.
Although the recipe is simple and only takes 35 total minutes to make, it's a good one to whip out to impress your next date, especially if you include homemade mashed potatoes and broccoli on the side.
Many people don't know that Outback Steakhouse uses honey wheat bread for its sandwiches, which makes them stand out from the rest.
This recipe is easy to make and yields two large loaves of honey-sweetened and slightly nutty bread.
Perfect for a steak sandwich or toasted with butter, honey wheat bread is definitely worth the effort!
Outback Steakhouse Potato Soup is an indulgent, hearty soup recipe that I love to make for a cozy night in.
The combination of potatoes, bacon, chicken, and cheddar cheese is a winner in my book.
I usually like to make extra of this dish so I can have leftovers for the next day.
Green Beans from Outback Steakhouse make for
the perfect side to hearty dishes like steak, ribs, and more.
This recipe is straightforward yet so flavorful due to the brown sugar, salt, and black pepper.
Plus, I can choose to top it over mashed potatoes or eat it with vegetable soup for a quick, light lunch.
If you're looking for a great option to try at your next backyard barbecue, look no further than Outback Steakhouse Grilled Chicken on the Barbie.
This recipe provides great instructions for cooking chicken straight on the rack while also providing a lengthy, tasty ingredient list for the delicious sauce that'll go on the chicken.
It's straightforward but so delicious and impressive.
I love that the Outback Steakhouse Jumbo Coconut Shrimp dish is coated in a crispy batter that adds great texture and incorporates real coconut flakes for an authentic taste.
This dish is a great option for family dinners because it's agreeable to many tastes.
Outback Steakhouse Toowoomba Pasta is a fettuccine pasta with mushrooms, shrimp, and a creamy, well-seasoned sauce.
I love making this quick and tasty dinner for weeknights because the whole family loves the taste, and it only takes 30 minutes to make!
This Outback Steakhouse Clam Chowder recipe stays true to the
New England taste by incorporating an appropriate amount of onions, carrots, bacon, and, of course, heavy whipping cream.
Don't forget to add a shrimp base for an easy way to capture the seafood flavor.
Outback Steakhouse Rolls are a delicious way to start your meal, and they're surprisingly easy to make.
This recipe is unique because it combines butter, brown sugar, and honey to give the rolls an amazing flavor.
Perfect with soup or salads, these rolls will be a hit with your family or dinner guests.
Outback Steakhouse Mac and Cheese have a special place in my heart due to its distinct taste that stands out amongst any
other chain restaurant's mac and cheese dishes by a mile.
It's the perfect side for a heartwarming, heavy weekend or holiday meal, and this recipe uses Velveeta cheese to capture the irresistible creaminess of the restaurant's version.
If you're going to try out the Bloomin Onion Recipe mentioned earlier, then you'd be remiss not to try your hand at the delicious Outback Steakhouse Bloomin Onion Sauce that goes with it!
This sauce is nothing short of delectable, and all you have to do is stir together mayo, horseradish, and various spices for an incredible accompaniment to fried onions, fresh fries, and more.
Outback Steakhouse Baked Potatoes are one of
my favorite comfort food sides because they're extra cheesy, flavorful, and delicious.
This recipe recreates the restaurant's version by skipping the unnecessary boiling process and also skipping adding melted butter before since it'll simply burn.
The result is a dish that tastes similar to the original once you add all the fixings.
If you want another mega-cheesy option to prepare from the list of Outback copycat recipes, their Aussie Cheese Fries are great for many occasions!
I especially enjoy whipping these up before game nights or movie nights because I can make a ton in one sitting, and they're easy to pass around and share with friends.
In my opinion, one item from Outback Steakhouse that's underrated is their Blue Cheese Vinaigrette. I love pouring it over a salad to make it shine and take it from boring to delightful.
This recipe incorporates key ingredients such as red wine vinegar, balsamic vinegar, and, of course, sharp and distinctive Danish blue cheese crumbles.
Recreate Your Favorite Outback Dish
Outback Steakhouse copycat recipes to learn how to make your favorite Outback order at home!
Check out other copycat recipes from your favorite restaurants, like
Cheesecake Factory recipes or Panda Express copycat recipes!
1. Choose your favorite recipe.
2. Gather the necessary ingredients. 3. Prep and cook your recipe. 4. Enjoy!