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I made this on 12/16/11 for the " Let's P-A-R-T-Y 2011 " Event,and most importantly mine and my SO's dinner. Except for leaving out the mushrooms, the recipe was made exactly as it was written.I've never made Salisbury Steak before without using canned soups or onion soup mix,and this just might be my go to recipe from now on. " This is what " Comfort Food " is all about.Thank you for posting and, " Keep Smiling :) "
WOW!!!!!! This was soooo good and no mushroom soup needed YEA!!! My husband called this a grandma dinner, since it reminds him of his grandma:) I did add 1tsp. worcestershire sauce and fresh garlic. To the sauce I added 1 cup of milk and lots of black pepper. Doubled the cold water & cornstarch. Love that it's so easy. Served with mash potatoes, peas & rolls ( to sop up all that good gravy:)
Very good salisbury steak. It was so moist and juicy. Will make again soon. Thanks for posting.
This was okay, but not great. It was a bit too dry for my taste. I also think Salisbury steak taste better with the onions chopped and placed inside the patties. Made for P.A.R.T.Y 2011.
I put this together a little differently than called for. I sauteed the onions and mushrooms until they were nice and crusty. I then removed them from the pan and browned the meat patties. I put them in a 9 x 13 pan, added some water (about and inch), covered with foil and baked for 1 hour at 350 degrees. Once they were removed from the oven, I removed the patties from the baking dish, poured the juice back into the original skillet and made the gravy, using the full amount of broth, plus what was left-over from the baking pan. I did have to use more cornstarch since I had more liquid to start with. This was excellent and we enjoyed it very much! It is also a very economical recipe! Anita, thank you for your post. This will be my go to recipe for salisbury steak from now on out!!
Very good dish that is both easy to prep/ quick to cook. I did not add mushrooms, as I didn't have any in the 'fridge. Too bad, cos I love onions and mushrooms cooked together! (For the ground beef, I used ground round (85%), but think I would prefer the taste of ground chuck (80%) better.) Next time, I'd like to experiment by trying a few suggestions made by others (like adding worcestershire sauce, garlic). Overall, nice dish and a good candidate for what's for dinner esp. during those hectic week nights. Served with Frizzled Cabbage & rice pilaf. Thanks!
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Very good, easy and quick recipe (perfect for a week night). I left out the mushrooms (personal preference). I will be making this often. Thanks for sharing, Anita. Update: This recipe is in my Top Favorites of 2009 Cookbook.
I made this on a whim, having only ever had the somewhat nasty salisbury steak in the school cafeteria as a kid. Wow, was this fantastic! My whole family (4 1/2, 3 and 1 year old children included) devoured it. My oldest son said "Mama, this is scrumptious!" I'm definitely making this one again; it's a great use of ground beef that's not chili, meatloaf or meatballs!
This was easy and tasted great! My kids could've done without the onions but my husband & I loaded our plates with them. Yeah more for us! Thanks for posting Anita.