Outback Steakhouse Three Cheese Steak Dip Copycat

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Outback Steakhouse Three Cheese Steak Dip Copycat recipe is made to taste like the real thing. It’s rich and creamy and is packed with sautéed onions and peppers. It uses three kinds of cheese which adds to the dimension of wonderful flavor.

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Let’s break down this simple cheese steak dip recipe:

This simple cheese steak dip can be broken down into three main parts including the vegetables, the cheese, and the steak. Let’s take a look at each one.

Vegetables. Our recipe uses diced yellow onion and diced bell pepper that are sautéed to perfection in butter over medium heat. These add flavor to the dip. When preparing the onion, be sure to use a sharp knife to cut them. And remove the stem and the seeds from the bell pepper to prepare it before dicing it.

Cheese. There are many kinds of cheese that can be used to make this delicious Philly Cheesesteak like dip. In keeping with the Outback tradition, it’s recommended that Gouda cheese be the main contender along with Jack and Parmesan cheeses. But if you’re in a pinch there are many substitutes out there that will do the job.  

Steak. A sirloin steak is what our recipe calls for. But the kind of beef steak doesn’t matter as much as does the fact that it needs to be sliced thinly and cut into small pieces so that it works well in the dip. There are other cuts of beef and steak that work just fine as substitutes when you need them.

Outback Brings Back Three Cheese Steak Dip As Part Of New Fan-Favorites Menu

The Outback Steakhouse Three Cheese Steak Dip has been a fan favorite and on the fan-favorite menu. It’s so popular that they brought it back.

And once you try it, you’ll know why. It’s that good. People like it and their customers buy it. But now you can enjoy it at home anytime you want to.

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Loaded Cheese Steak Dip Recipe

A loaded cheese steak dip recipe typically includes the basic cheese and steak, plus some other goodies that make it deluxe. And this recipe is no different.

It’s considered a loaded recipe because it includes the basic cheese and steak and then it goes a step further with additional kinds of cheese as well as the sautéed vegetables for an added rich flavor.

Three Cheese Steak Dip

The three main kinds of cheese that are used in our recipe for three cheese steak dip are Gouda, Jack, and Parmesan. We also use cream cheese to make it more like a dip, but consider that secondary. So, three cheese it is!

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Tips for Making Cheese Steak Dip

Our tips for making cheesesteak dip include the following:

1. Use a good oven safe baking dish to bake the dip and one that’s good for serving it too. Otherwise, you’ll be trying to transfer contents back and forth and that can be a hassle and not look as pretty when you get done.

2. Be sure to sauté the vegetables until they’re soft. If you skip this step, you’ll have crunchy vegetables and that will change the experience of eating the dip.

3. Make sure to cook the beef before adding it to the mix. The time the dip requires in the oven to melt the cheese is not long enough for the beef to cook.  

Easy Philly Cheese Steak Dip

If you have all the ingredients gathered and ready to go, this easy Philly cheese steak dip can be prepared and baked in about 30 minutes. It’s quite straightforward to make.

Outback Steakhouse Three Cheese Steak Dip Copycat Recipe

If you take the time to make our Outback Steakhouse Three Cheese Steak Dip Copycat recipe, we hope you’ll take a few minutes to let us know in the comments box below. We take the time to read each and every one. And we value your feedback.

Outback Steakhouse Introduces More Ways to Steak with New Menu

When you think of Outback Steakhouse, you likely think of your favorite menu item to get there, whether it’s steak, chicken, ribs, or something else. You might think of eating steak at Outback as just a hunk of meat cook to perfect just like you like it. But their menu actually includes more ways to steak, including this cheesesteak dip.

Outback Welcomes New Dip Trio Featuring New Kickin’ Pimento Cheese Dip And New Bourbon Glazed Bone-In NY Strip

Outback is of course known for its steak, after all it’s a steakhouse. Even though Outback welcomed two other dips as well as a new steak, the Three Cheese Steak dip is the one we want to focus on here.

When Outback Steakhouse puts together new, limited-time dip trio, you know that this is save worthy.

The three-cheese dip is deliciously creamy and tasty. If you like flavorful, ooey-gooey cheese alongside steak, then you’re probably going to enjoy this too.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Following are questions that are asked frequently about making Outback Steakhouse Three Cheese Steak Dip. We trust you’ll find the answers helpful. And if you have further questions, please submit them in the comments box below.

Can I substitute American cheese for Gouda cheese?

Yes, you can use American cheese in place of Gouda cheese. It will alter the flavor slightly, but it will still provide delicious results.

Can I use red pepper instead of green pepper?

Absolutely, you can even use yellow bell peppers or orange bell peppers if you prefer. We do recommend using bell peppers, rather than hot peppers or some other kind of pepper to maintain a consistent flavor.

What is the best kind of pan to use to bake my dip?

There are several kinds of oven safe baking pans that can be used to bake your Outback Steakhouse Three Cheese Steak dip. Here are some recommendations that you might consider on Amazon.

What to Serve with Three Cheese Steak Dip

Outback Steakhouse serves their Three Cheese Steak Dip with tortilla chips and that’s a favorite for us too. But there are other ideas that you might enjoy as well.

Try serving with a sliced baguette or even a toasted baguette to change up the flavor and texture.

You might also like to use pretzels to go with your warm cheese dip. Any shape of pretzels will work such as traditional shaped pretzels, pretzel rods, pretzel sticks, pretzel twists or whatever your pleasure.

Carrots and celery sticks, or any other desired raw vegetables are another perfect way to change things up.

Recommended Equipment

Mini cast iron frying pan. We recommend this because cast iron pans make food taste better.

Electric mixer. Any electric mixer is fine, but this is the one we use and recommend.

Frying pan

Cutting board

Sharp knife

How to Make Outback Steakhouse Three Cheese Steak Dip

Outback Steakhouse Three Cheese Steak Dip copycat recipe is made with a blend of steak and three cheeses including Gouda, Parmesan, and Jack cheeses, peppers, and onions. It’s served with tortilla chips for dipping.  

Ingredients

8 oz sirloin steak, thinly sliced
1 lb Gouda cheese, cubed
1 cup Parmesan cheese
½ cup Jack cheese
2 tbsp butter, divided
4 oz cream cheese, softened
½ cup sour cream
1 tsp garlic powder
1 medium yellow onion, diced
1 small green pepper, diced
salt and pepper to taste
tortilla chips, for serving

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 425F degrees.
  2. Dice onions and peppers and place in a frying pan over medium heat. Add 1 tablespoon of butter and sauté until the onions are transparent. Set aside.
  3. Using an electric mixer or stand mixer, mix together cream cheese, sour cream, and garlic powder. Add Gouda cheese and Parmesan cheese and combine.
  4. Add peppers and onions to cheese mixture and mix thoroughly. Transfer to an oven safe baking pan. Set aside.
  5. Brown thinly sliced steak on stovetop using 1 tbsp butter. Remove from heat.
  6. Transfer steak, using it to top the cheese mixture. Sprinkle with Jack cheese.
  7. Bake uncovered for about 10 minutes, or until cheese has melted.

Serve with tortilla chips and enjoy!


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