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Outstanding recipe!! I doubled the gravy using beef broth, browning sauce and 2 beef cubes. I served it with mashed potatoes and corn on the cob. We loved the way the meat tasted. I'm putting this keeper in my tried and true file and I know I'll be making it often. Thanks so much for sharing.
I haven't eaten this kind of a 1950's meal in quite a while and I throughly enjoyed it! Very easy to prepare. The only thing different that I did was that I didn't remove the onions when adding the flour, just left them in and stirred a bit to cook the flour before adding the water. Thanks for sharing!
So good! Thanks for a great recipe I will definitely make again, Catnip:) Made for Fall PAC 2012
Tonight I don't need to watch TV. I'll just watch my family roll on the floor holding their bellies.
One of the best hamburger steaks I have had in a long time. Very easy to make. For the gravy I used a 12 oz.bottle of Heinz Bistro Au Jus with a 1/4 cup of flour and added a half of jar water salt and pepper to taste. Enjoyed this recipe very much thanks for posting.
Comfort food! Reminded me of a dish we used to get growing up in the 1950's. I didn't use the beef cubes, but subbed canned beef broth for the water. Very easy dish and very tasty! Made for Spring 2010 PAC.
Easy to make and is very tasty.
I am not quite sure why I did not get the excellent results that others got with this recipe. I did cut the meat amount in half to make only 2 patties, but I kept the sauce amounts the same. When simmering, my sauce turned lumpy and formed a "skin". My meat also did not have a very pleasing texture. We did not love this recipe, but we still ate everything on our plates. I always enjoy trying something new no matter what the outcome so thank you for posting the recipe.