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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Salisbury Steak Recipe - How To Make Classic Salisbury Steak

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Ingredients


  • 2lbs – 80/20 Ground Chuck
  • 1/2 Cup - Bread Crumbs
  • 1 – Egg
  • ½ Cup – Milk
  • 1 tsp – Salt
  • 1 tsp – Black Pepper
  • 2 TBS – Dried Minced Onion
  • 1 TBS – Beef Base
  • 2 TBS – Worcestershire Sauce
  • 2- Medium Yellow Onions (chopped or sliced)
  • 2 Cups - Sliced Mushrooms (not in video recipe)
  • 4 Cups – Water
  • 2 TBS Corn Starch - 2 TBS Water to make slurry.

  • Directions
    • In a large bowl combine egg, milk, bread crumbs, Worcestershire, dried onions, black pepper, and salt.  Mix well.
    • Add ground beef and mix until well incorporated and form into oval patties, burger or meatballs,
    • In a large skillet over medium heat brown for 2 minutes per side and remove from pan.
    • Add onions and mushrooms and saute 2-3 minutes.
    • Add water and beef base, bring to a boil until the beef base is dissolved.
    • Return patties to the skillet, return to a simmer, cover and cook on low for 1 hour.
    • Add corn starch slurry, mix until smooth and the gravy has thickened.
    Enjoy!


    38 comments:

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      1. Thank you Rachel, I hope you give it a try!
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      2. I followed this recipe exactly as written and it was awesome. By far the best salisbury steak recipe I have tried so far, and I have tried a few.

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    2. This look good! specially the sauce/gravy.. gonna give this recipe a try!

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    3. I have this simmering in my electric skillet right now. It smells SO good! Can't wait to dig in!

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      1. Hope you enjoyed it Claire!! Please let me know how you liked it! Thank you!
        Larry

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    4. I made this and my family loved it. I replaced the bread crumbs with Ritz cracker and I did add the mushrooms. It was delicious. Thanks for the recipe!!!

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      1. I really like the Ritz cracker addition!! Glad you enjoyed it! Thank you for giving it a try!
        Larry

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    5. I'm making this for my family tonight...great recipe! Thank you!

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      1. Thank you very much! Please let me know how you like it!
        Larry

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    6. I made your recipe for this the other day and it turned out spectacular! My family loved it, we will be making it again for sure!

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      1. Glad everyone enjoyed it Josh! Thank you for giving it a try!
        Larry

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    7. I used ground turkey and the cook didn't get a chance to partake as it was devoured instantly! Excellent recipe.

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      1. Music to my ears!! Thanks for giving it a try and doing it your way with turkey Willie! Glad everyone enjoyed it and sorry you didn't get a chance to enjoy!
        Larry

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      2. I am making this for my family right now as I speak. I have it simmering it has about 15 minutes left. I can't wait to try it. Going to pair it with the mashed potatoes and green beans. I will let you know how it turns out

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      3. How did ya'll like it Shauna?!

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    8. I have made this twice and it just gets better and better!

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      1. Thank you Diane! Glad you are enjoying it!!!

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    9. Well I made them exactly as described. If you like over cooked hamburgers this is the recipe for you. The sauce was the one redeeming factor which kept me from just discarding the meal. Now, to be fair, I am not a well done hamburger fan.

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      1. Yeah this isn't really a 'hamburger' recipe, they really must simmer in the gravy for this type of dish. I too like a medium rare burger.

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    10. I've just made this and my family loves it. Even my son, who is not a big meat eater, adored this. Served this with mashed potatoes and beans. So good and so filling! Thank you thank you thank you!

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      1. Thank you very much Heather glad everyone enjoyed it!!!

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    11. This is absolutely amazing!!! My husband favorite dish! I make this like twice a month! When I went to visit my in laws the whole family loved it and there were no left overs! Thank you sooo much!

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      1. Thank you very much! Glad everyone is enjoying it!!

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    12. Excellent flavor, easy prep, great recipe, thanks!!!!

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    13. In the video you use 2 cups of water but, the recipe calls for 4 cups. Which is the correct amount?

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    14. this is the third or fourth time ive made this and every time its set upon like a celebrity at a paparazzi convention. i do add the mushrooms as well as just a little pinch or oregano into the meatballs, just for a little extra flavor

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    15. I saw where someone suggested Ritz crackers instead of bread crumbs. I tried it that way plus a little Thyme and just a pinch of cayenne pepper. It's a keeper!

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    16. Trying it out now! Can't wait! With mashed potatoes!

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    17. I've made this 4 or 5 times now, exactly as written. My wife and I both love it. However, I must admit I use ground sirloin. It is perfect. And, even better with mashed potatoes - topped with the gravy..Awesome!

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    18. Ground sirloin is great too! Glad you're enjoying it! Thanks!

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    19. Husband so funny... he got an attitude about salisbury steak thinking about school lunch version. But he ate it like he had not eaten in days. I watched your video first which was really helpful. Added mushrooms and made extra gravy. So SO good. Thanks for the recipe and idea to make it. Excellent recipe.

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      1. Haha!! All these years he thought it would taste like schools Salisbury steak! Glad you all enjoyed it! Thanks!
        Larry

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    20. I think this recipe is fantastic. I added the mushrooms to the onions and just a little dried mustard into the meat. It is absolutely delicious complimented with baked potatoes and that tasty gravy! Thanks, Larry!

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