18 Reviews

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margehartman December 17, 2013

this was easy and tastes good i baked it worked out fine i love the addition of rice as filler would work for gluten free the musrooms add nice touch as i baked in iron skillet i could make gravy last on top of stove easy recipe

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Dienia B. November 12, 2011

I really enjoyed these. The whole family gave them thumbs up. I did make a few changes I fried them in the skillet just to carmelize them on each side then I transfered them to a baking dish. I baked them for about 45 minutes with the gravy over them covered. They were so tasty. Thank You for a wonderful recipe.

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barefootmommawv January 23, 2008

I made this 2 nights ago and we really liked it. I used ground turkey and put dried minced onions in the meat instead of rice. I did not have rice on hand. Definitely be making this again but next time with ground beef.

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Tricem April 19, 2013

This was really tasty and quite easy to prepare. I really liked the zing that the Worcestershire sauce contributed to the patties, but the mushroom gravy on top was quite good. Next time, I'll add a little garlic to the patties, since we love to double on the garlic whenever we can. But otherwise, this is a A recipe. Thank you for sharing your recipe, TeresaS. Made for the "Best of 2011" tag game.

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NorthwestGal January 18, 2012

For this recipe I chose to use Ground Turkey, which was what I had on hand.

Wow did this turn out soo Good. I served this with wild brown rice and steam brocoli.

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BLUE ROSE December 29, 2011

I made this tonight for my family, and it was pretty good. It didn't seem like "healthier" salisbury steak. I served it with mashed potatoes and mixed baby vegetables. For me, the heat level was too high, so the patties got blackened. Also, I had to double up the cornstarch and water to make the gravy thick enough. I also thought it had a lemony aftertaste. I'm not sure what caused this. It was not too salty for us, unlike what somewhat else mentioned. It did seem labor intensive though. I think I've just gotten out of practice in the kitchen.

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Burned Toast January 16, 2011

This is the best Salisbury Steak I've ever eaten! We will be making this again and again! Loved the shrooms. Served with mashed potatoes and broccoli. Yummy!

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TheGrumpyChef February 22, 2009

I made these last night. We thought they were good and I will make again. Followed directions exactly. I did think the "gravy" came out pretty salty--I'm sure it's from the canned consomme....I'm not sure if substituting a lower-salt beef stock/brother would reduce the saltiness or not. It did have a good flavor, however. Served with mashed potatoes.

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AndreaVT96 January 26, 2009

This recipe made it into book#234156! Loved this version of salisbury steak - and it's healthier to boot! My husband went back for seconds - a sure sign that the recipe is a winner. I had a thinner gravy because I misread the cornstarch amount, using teaspoons instead of tablespoons. It was still delicious with a thinner 'au jus' sauce. ~Made for PRMR Tag game~

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LifeIsGood December 30, 2008
Weight Watchers Salisbury Steak