Hamburger Steak With Gravy

"Quick, easy and delicious comfort food dish. Makes lots of gravy and wonderful served with garlic mashed potatoes."
photo by Caroline Cooks photo by Caroline Cooks
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  • Combine all hamburger ingredients except flour.
  • Shape into patties and dredge in flour.
  • Brown patties in oil in heated skillet over medium high heat.
  • Remove from skillet.
  • Combine all gravy ingredients in a bowl, mixing well with a whisk.
  • Pour into skillet, stirring constantly until thickened.
  • Taste and adjust salt and pepper; can also add a little more seasoned salt.
  • Place patties into gravy and turn to coat.
  • Cover, reduce heat and simmer for 15 minutes or until done.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Madeleine F.
    Hello! Can regular flour be used instead of self rising? Thank you.


  1. StickyBunz
    Delecious! For my adjustments I added 3/4ths of the onion soup mix to the meat along with a few seasoned panko bread crumbs. Also added a bit more black pepper and some dry parsley. For the gravy part I added in more pepper, seasoned salt, and the rest of the onion soup mix. I didnt have any beef broth so I added in 2 beef cubes with 2 cups of water. Gravy turned out delecious and the meat was tender and not even remotly dry. This ones going to the recipe book!
  2. Meowser
    I have been looking a long time for my granny's Salisbury steak recipe. I am happy to say this tastes like it to me! I did not have Worcestershire and subbed A1. I also added a tablespoon of A1 to the gravy like my granny always did. We loved it!!! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.
  3. Chef Mommie
    I used ground round and I added alittle bread crumbs and some more of the soup mix to the gravy and it was absolutley delicious!!! Thank you for posting!
  4. Karabea
    I made this last week but forgot to review it. Wow, was I impressed! My fiance loved it and asked to have it again. The only thing I did differently was I did not dredge the patties in flour before frying. Although, I think that might have helped them stay together, they kind of fell apart while cooking. Will dredge in flour next time. Thanks for posting!!
  5. missy b.
    excellent recipe - so tasty. Followed the meat preparations to a T. After browning the patties, I put them in a roaster and topped them with sauteed sliced mushrooms and thinly sliced onions. For the gravy, I mixed a can of cream of mushroom soup with an envelope of McCormick's roast gravy (dry) mix for a beefier gravy flavor and a soup can and a half of water. Topped with French's onions when served with mashed pots and peas. Delicious!! and thank you for the recipe.


  1. bes1111
    Made this tonight with ground venison instead of ground beef, used Lipton beefy onion soup, and added a splash of Kitchen Bouquet since we like our gravy a little darker brown. It was perfect and so easy. Thanks for sharing!
  2. Spring Sneed in AR
    Best hamburger steak & gravy recipe ever!! I used cajun seasoning instead of seasoning salt, so I had to add some salt. I used dissolved beef boulion for the broth. Smells wonderful cooking! Served with drop biscuits and mashed potatoes! Thanks for sharing!


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