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Hamburger Steak and Gravy - My Way

The starting point for this recipe is credited to CrystalA. Without her original recipe, I never could have come up with this one. This flavorful family favorite is comfort food at its best.

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  • Combine ground beef, onion, green pepper, salt and pepper.
  • In a measuring cup combine evaporated milk, Kitchen Bouquet and Liquid Smoke.
  • Add to hamburg mixture.
  • Form into 4 patties, they will be loose.
  • Dredge patties in flour, pepper mixture (save leftover mixture for gravy).
  • Saute in pan with melted butter until well browned, about 4 minutes.
  • Remove patties.
  • For gravy, add flour to pan drippings and cook over low heat for 3 minutes, making a roux.
  • Add beef broth, Worcestershire Sauce and beef base, if using.
  • Place patties in gravy, cover and simmer over med-low heat for 20 minutes, turning once.
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  1. Montana Heart Song
    Excellent! I had to substitute ground turkey and olive oil for cooking. Instead of salt and pepper I used 2 tsps of Canadian Steak Seasoning and mixed with the meat. Beef is so flavorable and ground turkey needs a little boost. The pan dripping gravy sounded wonderful but...I had to use no beef base or beef broth and used the drippings and flour into a roux and added milk and water and salt and pepper and it was rich in flavor. Thanks for posting. I LOVED THE EVAPORATED MILK WITH THE FIXINGS IN THE MEAT. iT IS GOOD AND GOOD FOR YOU WITHOUT THE EXTRA FAT!! I am going to try this with ground smoked ham and see what happens. Thanks again.
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  2. Montana Heart Song
    Excellent! I had to substitute ground turkey and olive oil for cooking. Instead of salt and pepper I used 2 tsps of Canadian Steak Seasoning and mixed with the meat. Beef is so flavorable and ground turkey needs a little boost. The pan dripping gravy sounded wonderful but...I had to use no beef base or beef broth and used the drippings and flour into a roux and added milk and water and salt and pepper and it was rich in flavor. Thanks for posting. I LOVED THE EVAPORATED MILK WITH THE FIXINGS IN THE MEAT. iT IS GOOD AND GOOD FOR YOU WITHOUT THE EXTRA FAT!! I am going to try this with ground smoked ham and see what happens. Thanks again.
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  3. Merlot
    This is comfort food at its best! The hamburgers were very tasty, tender and moist. Loved the onions and green peppers in it. We found the gravy a perfect compliment to this dish. I served this along with my green beans and cherry tomatoes and a side salad. Ahhhhh, life is good! Thanks for ANOTHER great recipe, Deely.
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  4. NovaM
    The hamburgers tasted great, but I wasn't sold on the gravy - I found it quite bland and uninteresting. Good recipie for a family dinner
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  5. Deely
    The starting point for this recipe is credited to CrystalA. Without her original recipe, I never could have come up with this one. This flavorful family favorite is comfort food at its best.
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