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This was comfort on a plate. I followed the recipe as written. I kept my patties warm in the oven while I finished up making the gravy sauce (which was yummy). I selected this recipe to try because it didn't include cream of mushroom soup (which I didn't have in the pantry). I'm glad I made this one!

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NELady November 09, 2013

Wow! This is down-home comfort food! My kids loved it because there were no mushrooms! It was very easy, and I followed the recipe as written. Very good...you won't be dissapointed! Thanks mama smurf for sharing!

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capegirl05 April 09, 2011

Excellent, quick and easy and way better than the frozen ones! We don't eat the frozen salisbury steak because the sodium content is too high. I used low sodium beef stock and instead of S&P I used Montreal Steak Seasoning that I make and limit the salt in that. The only other change I made was throwing some parsley and chives on top of the finished product. I served it with green beans and mashed potatoes and dinner was a hit. Next time I am going to double it and freeze some individual meals for lunches. Definitely going into the "Quick But Good" cookbook.

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AQueen January 20, 2011

This is a great recipe for working girls. It is quick and easy and oh so yummy. Even better as left over.

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wendybedy July 22, 2010
Salisbury Steak