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I grew up with Salisbury Steak being one of my mom's specialties. I never until today thought about making it. I gave it a try, and it turned out to be such an easy recipe and so tasty. I think you all will find this easy and so delicious.
Mix all steak ingredients together. Shape into patties. Place in 9x13 inch pan. Heat sauce ingredients until butter melts. Pour over meat and cover. Bake at 350 degrees F for 45 minutes. If desired, add 1 can (4oz.) sliced mushrooms and 1 tsp. pimentos the last 10 minutes or cooking.
By Robin from Washington, IA
Mix all ingredients only adding 1/4 can of soup to mixture. Mix well, form patties in shape of steaks. Put in greased pan; bake 30-40 minutes at 350 degrees F, then mix rest of soup with 1/2 cup water and pour over and bake 15 minutes more.
By Robin from Washington, IA
Combine all ingredients except soup and water. Shape into oval patties (1 inch thick).
Brown and drain grease.
Combine soup and water and pour over meat. Cook slowly about 25 minutes in a skillet.
By Robin from Washington, IA
I like this recipe because it is relatively inexpensive to make as well as being very tasty.
Combine meats, crumbs and seasonings. Make into flat patties. Brown and pour off fat. Stir soups and water together; pour over meat.
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This simple dish offers a short prep time and a delicious main dish in 25 minutes!
Thoroughly mix the beef, 1/4 cup of the soup, bread crumbs, egg and onion in a medium bowl. Shape the mixture into 4 (1/2 inch thick) burgers.
Heat the oil in a 10-inch skillet over medium-high heat., add the burgers and cook until well browned on both sides. Removed the burgers with a slotted spatula and set aside.
Stir the remaining soup and mushrooms into the skillet. Heat to a boil. Return the burgers to the skillet and reduce the heat to low. Cover and cook for 10m minutes or until the burgers are cooked through.
|Time:||25 Minutes Preparation Time|
15 Minutes Cooking Time
Source: Campbell's Weeknight Cooking
By LovingLynden from Lynden, WA
I have a large family so this recipe feeds 6-8 and tastes like Salisbury Steak. Recipe can easily be made in half and/or leftovers can be frozen - my favorite trick for sometimes getting out of cooking.
You will need a blender or food processor, a large bowl for mixing. Foil for covering top of baking dish. A saucepan for mixing the gravy, and a deep-sided baking dish large enough to hold 6 to 8-8 oz. patties and gravy. I usually use my roasting pan.
Put the raw meat into the large bowl, breaking into pieces.
In the blender or processor cup, add about 1/4 of the crackers at a time and; whirl into a powder; add the powdered crackers to the meat.
Next, cut the celery into about 3-inch pieces; add to blender cup. Cut the onion into chunks & also add to blender cup. Add all remaining ingredients except for the brown gravy mix and optional mushrooms: whirl until smooth. Pour the vegetable mixture over the hamburger and crackers and thoroughly mix together - using your hands works best. Divide mixture as evenly as possible into 6 to 8 patties.
Place on pre-heated, broiler pan and broil each side at the lowest position for 10 minutes on each side.
While the meat is broiling, prepare your gravy mix using only 3 cups of water instead of the usual 4 cups you would normally make it with. Bring to a boil, then lower temperature & allow to simmer for a few minutes. At this point, you can add the optional mushrooms. Just before the hamburger patties are finished, pour about 1/4 of the brown gravy into the baking dish. When patties are done, use a spatula to remove them from the broiler pan & place on top of the gravy in the baking dish. Pour remaining gravy over the top of the hamburger patties, cover with foil and bake at 350 degrees F for 45 minutes.
I know this sounds complicated but it really isn't. The beauty of it all is that you can put the cooled down patties and gravy in ziplock freezer bags to lay flat in the freezer. Our family has grown up and moved away but I still make the same amount, leave out 2 for dinner that night and freeze the rest so I won't have to cook later. Enjoy!
|Servings:||6 to 8|
|Time:||20-25 Minutes Preparation Time|
45 Minutes Cooking Time
By Juanita S. from Enid, OK
Mince half an onion; mix with beef, bread crumbs, salt and nutmeg. Shape into 4 steak-shaped patties and saute in a skillet for 4 minutes. Remove patties from skillet and keep warm. Drain fat from skillet.
Slice remaining onion. Saute with mushrooms in butter until tender. Dissolve bouillon in the 1/2 cup of hot water. When dissolved and slightly cooled, add the cornstarch and mix until well blended. Add the cornstarch, bouillon water mixture to the onion mixture. Cook and thicken. Add pepper and spoon onto steaks.
By Connie from Cotter, AR
Mix First 5 ingredients together and shape into ovals about 3/4 inches thick. Cook patties in a skillet turning once until brown. Add onion mushroom and beef broth heat to boiling. Reduce heat cover and simmer for 10 minutes. Remove patties to a casserole dish and keep warm. Heat mixture until boiling.
Mix water and cornstarch together to make a paste. Add to boiling mixture with a wire whisk and whisk until gravy begins to thicken. I don't think the gravy is hearty enough for me so I also add 1 packet of brown or mushroom gravy prepared according to package directions and add to the beef broth gravy. I then pour the gravy over the patties in the casserole dish and bake at 350 degrees F until bubbly.
Serve with rice, mashed potatoes or noodles.
Source: This recipe is from my personal recipe collection and my recipe website called Mommys Kitchen - http://tinamommyx3.blogspot.com/.
By Tina from Mesquite, TX
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Combine ground beef, egg, onion, butter, salt, pepper and parsley. Shape into patties about 3/4 to 1 inch thick. Dredge in crushed cornflakes covering sides and edges.
This recipe is called Salisbury Steak, however it is not made with steak, it is made with hamburger. It is so delicious and reasonable to make