This was a yummy meal. The steaks were moist and flavorful, and the gravy was creamy and the perfect complement. I might try using milk in the gravy instead of water to make it even creamier next time. Yes, there will be a next time. Thanks!
These were delicious!! A quick, easy comfort food meal. Will definitely make again!
We loved these oh so tender salisbury steaks! This makes its own wonderful gravy. Nothing like that frozen dinner stuff. Reminded me of my childhood. I served it with mashed potatoes, mixed veggies and dinner rolls. When my husband throws his thumbs up, I know I have a winner. Thanks!
Very yummy. Even the 6 year old was a clean plate member tonight, which is usually a struggle. I added a little garlic powder to the gravy and used half water and half milk. I also sprinkled just a little bit more flour over the top and stired it in and let it boil since I was trying to rush this. It thickend to the perfect consistency. I did not use the worcestershire sauce because the 6 year old would have noticed and I didn't use onion for the same reason. I served this with brown rice which was wonderful with the gravy over top and green beans. Everyone was very happy with this meal and DH suggested I make more next time 'cause he wanted more.
This was soo very tender, and tastey!! followed recipe exact,will make often!! Thanks
I like the fact that this recipe is stovetop cooked and not oven. It helps keep down the a/c costs in this 90 deg. heat we're getting now. Even more, I like the fact that it tastes great! (I didn't mean to sound like Tony the Tiger). This was so tasty that I tossed out my momma's old recipe that I've been using for ages. Please, don't anybody tell her though. I wasn't sure about the onion amount, though so I just added a handfull, or so, of fresh onions. I also added 1/2 tsp of basalmic vinegar for a bit more zip. This is my new favorite Salisbury steak recipe.
Like all the other reviews have said, you won't be disappointed with this recipe! The only problem I had was getting my hamburger patties to stay together. They were kind of a mess by the end of cooking time... not sure what I did wrong, but it didn't effect the taste of this recipe one bit! I served over buttered egg noodles with some corn and a loaf of Easy French Easy French Bread. This was one delicious meal! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Comfort Food at its finest! Ang, we enjoyed this recipe so very much : ) Very simple instructions to follow for an excellent meal. I served with mashed potatoes and peas to complete our comfort food requirements ; ). This one is definitely a keeper! I can't wait until I serve it again : ) Thanks, Ang!
This was very good! Whenever I used to eat salisbury steak as a kid, it always had a small hint of vinegar in the sauce. To me, this is what makes it different from meatloaf with gravy. So, I followed this recipe, except I added 1/2 tsp. of red wine vinegar. It gave it that extra zip I was looking for. Also, I was in a hurry and forgot to brown the patties before adding the mushroom soup, it still turned out great, and the patties held together wonderfully. Thanks for a great recipe!
What a great weeknight supper. Very easy to make and the taste was good. As others have done, I used a package of Lipton onion soup mix in place of the chopped onion which I think added a little more saltiness than using the onion would have. I did have a little problem with keeping the patties together while they were cooking, but then I just piled it over some mashed potatoes and called it a great dinner! Have the leftovers packed up for lunch at work tomorrow :)