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My husband absolutely loved this!!!! I served it with Ore-Ida Homestyle Steam & Mash potatoes and black beans. It was Great!!!
I made it exactly as it is written.
Thank You So Much for posting this recipe!
Another winning meal from Simply Recipes. This is the first time I’ve tried to make Salisbury steak without using condensed soup and there’s no reason to ever go back. This is just as easy and so much tastier, especially for mushroom lovers. I made this with ground turkey and gluten free crumbs, tripled the amounts and finished in a baking dish covered with foil. With mashed potatoes and roasted vegetables, this was a perfect cold weather comfort meal.
Wow! This was great. The only change I made was I used ground bison steak. I’ll definitely be making this again. Thank you.
Pretty darn good. I was nervous at first when I mixed the sauce into the pan. I sampled it and all I could taste was the mustard. I added a shot of red wine, to detract from the mustard, and it came out great. Not sure if the wine made a difference or if it just all came together after simmering. I also added Worchestshire sauce, and put a lot more onions, garlic and mushrooms into this, because we love veggies. We are not the kind of people to typically salt our food, so instead of putting the called for amount into the meat, I just did a light shake once with the salt shaker. It was still a bit on the salty side for us (including using low sodium broth), so, next time, I would not add it to meat. We will make this again, with the changes! Thanks for the recipe. With some beautiful mashed potatoes, and a sexy salad, this was a very comfort-food type of meal and well sated us both!
Another fantastic recipe! I’ve made this several times – it’s quick, easy and economical. A couple of things I do to make the sauce more consistent – I make beef broth using better than bullion – I whisk the mustard and tomato paste into the broth before adding it to in with the mushroom / onion mix. Also – after the steaks are done braising – I remove them, thicken the sauce with the cornstarch rue then put them back. I find these steps make it easier to get a consistent and thick sauce.
Super delicious. My family loved it. Easy to make for a quick dinner.
Loved it! (But I did cheat and add some finely chopped onion and red bell pepper to the patties)
Great weeknight meal option. I opted for the grass fed ground beef as well and it was really tasty. Used panko instead of traditional breadcrumbs because that is what I had and also dijon instead of yellow for the same reason. Put it alongside some mashed potatoes and it was very tasty. Stick to your ribs!
Made this tonight. Only change that I made was to add one teaspoon of Worcestershire as was suggested by another reader. We loved this. Such a quick, yet satisfying dinner. Served with mashed potatoes and mixed veggies, it was retro heaven.
Next time I will go full retro and serve some pudding or a crumble as dessert. This goes into our regular rotation.
Just wanted to say, I happened to stumble onto this web site this morning and am totally amazed.Love the Old School Cooking attitude and your Old School Family Values as well.
Detailed instructions are very helpful. Hats off to you and your Family.
sounds so good.Would this freeze well.
Yes, I believe it would freeze well! I might freeze it in a baking pan (8×8 or 9×9), then heat it back up in the oven, tightly covered. 350ºF for about 35 minutes should do it.
Yes! I froze a half kilo and it was fine.
I made this tonight. I used a bunch of white mushrooms that were on their last legs and I increased the amount of onion. Very nice. I think I might add a splash of Worcestershire next time too. Served with yolkless noodles and green beans!
Strange that I didn’t see this recipe yesterday, the day I searched the internet for Salisbury Steak recipes. Though, it’s nice to know we’re on the same page. This is great base recipe! Have you ever tried it with ground lamb/beef mix? I might try one I found that used butter crackers and a pork/beef mix…
Thanks for your kind words!
I haven’t tried it with a lamb/beef mix, but I am a big fan of ground lamb in general and I think it would be great in Salisbury Steak. Whichever version you end up making, I hope you enjoy it!
This looks SO good! I’m going to have to put this on our menu plan for next week!