Steak Milano

"It's EASY AND TASTY! We ate a dish like this at Mr. Steak in Mpls. many years ago. We loved it so much that my DH spent time figuring out what was in it and came home to make it. It's probably not the exact recipe they used - but we've been enjoying this simple recipe for years."
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  • 4 13 lbs hamburger patties (ground sirloin, chuck, round, what ever you like)
  • salt, to taste
  • 4 slices mozzarella cheese
  • 8 ounces spaghetti sauce, with garlic


  • Grill the patties.
  • Salt, to taste.
  • Heat the spaghetti sauce.
  • Add a cheese slice on top of each patti to melt, right at the end of the cooking time.
  • Put on plate and cover generously with spaghetti sauce.
  • We serve this with pasta and a salad.

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  1. I made the burgers on the grill and then put the sauce and burgers in a crockpot and took to the race track. We ate them as burgers and we enjoyed them. They were a bit messy though.
  2. This was so easy to make with good results! Great for a quick dinner. I halved the recipe and served with penne pasta with spinach, and a romaine salad. Thanks Trisha, we will make this again!
  3. My son made this for dinner ages ago. I didn't realize he had not rated it. It was his very first attempt at cooking a dinner solo. He served it on a bed of buttered spaghetti accompanied by a green salad. He was so proud of himself and it was very deliciouse. Making this dish has given him the confidence to try more things. Thank you for a tasty and simple dish.


<p>I was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Have lived from Arkansas to Memphis to Maine to Minnesota to Texas to CA and now Illinois since I have been married. I have 4 children (3 grown daughters and 1 grown son) and 11 grandsons. The oldest turned 12 in Aug.'14 and the youngest was born Oct. 5, 2014. &nbsp;I taught elementary school (both public and private) for 16 years, then worked for 6 years as a principal for a private Christian school. I am now a Dyslexia Testing Specialist and Tutor in private practice and I love my work. The cookbook I have used most during my 37 years of marriage is the Better Homes and Garden New Cook Book (red and white checkered.) I still get it out frequently and several of its recipes have become regulars in my house.</p>
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