Prep 10 mins
Cook 25 mins
I got this from a old Mennonite Cookbook that was passed on to me by my late mother in law. I tweaked it just a bit to had more flavor. This is as close to a perfect salisbury steak as I have ever eaten. It has an onion flavor all through it with out having the texture of onions. My grandchildren just loved it.
- Thoroughly mix beef, 1 pkg soup mix,bread crumbs and egg.
- Shape firmly into patties about 1/2 inch thick.
- Brown in skillet.
- Mix remaining pkg soup mix and flour in the water, pour over the patties.
- Add mushrooms (if desired).
- Cover and cook over low heat for 20 minutes.
- Stir occasionally.
This was so good and simple. I doubled this as well. I was feeding 3 hungry guys. The only difference was that my breadcrumbs were seasoned. Served with Mashed Potatoes and corn. Thanks for the great recipe. It will be a regular in our house.
I doubled this recipe for my son and his friends that were having dinner with us, the boys gobbled this up and I really liked it too, at first I thought I really used much to much breadcrumbs but the finished product was a very good salsbury steak and a delicious gravy, I wanted to serve over mashed potatoes but the boys voted for noodles. This is great and very kid friendly.
I really like such easy recipes as this. I use my home-made salt free dried onion soup mix to
avoid the high sodium in the store-bought mixes. Other than that, I followed your recipe
exactly. It was very good and a family favorite.