Great recipe. A great go-to recipe for an easy week-night meal.
We have all been sick with the "crud" and in need of good comfort food. This was the answer. Super easy to put together, and sooo delicious. Served with mashed potatoes with that incredible gravy. Thanks for sharing what is sure to become a regular at our house.
Very good! I pretty much followed the recipe but using 2.25 lbs ground beef and two onion soup mix envelopes. I made 6 large hamburger steaks and could only fit 4 in while browning both sides. However, after browning all six fit in the same pan so I could make the gravy. It turned out great. My family loved it.
Real easy and tasty. My husband loved it. I added two 4oz jars of sliced mushrooms before the simmering. It was great with mashed potatoes.
super easy and super yummy!!
This is a very good recipe and so easy to fix. It is great served with mashed potatoes. Thanks for posting.
I added onions as other reviewers suggested. Also for the 1/2 cup of water and flour I used red wine. I think using beef broth would make it too salty because it's borderline salty as it is. Overall pretty yummy and easy.
We really enjoyed this.i don't know why I didn't think of using onion soup mix for gravy before
Very nice change of pace from hamburger....nice comfort food with gravy and mashed tatoes...
Made these a couple weeks ago and they were very good, didnt taste like a hamburger like I thought they would. I served the patties and gravy over white rice, very filling and easy to make. Thanks for posting
Made this today for lunch, had it open faced hot hamburger style with French fries. A very tasty, quick and easy recipe, thanks again for posting. Because I just cant leave well enough alone I made a few changes. Instead of bread crumbs I took 10 Ritz cheddar cheese cracker, put them in a baggy and run the rolling pin over them till they were crumbled fine. (next time I will use the reduced salt crackers or maybe bacon dippers crackers to lesson the salt taste) I put all the soup mix along with one and a half cups of water in a mason jar and shook it until well blended, let it sit overnight in the cupboard letting the dehydrated onions soften, then shook again just before pouring into the pan.