Recipe by BAGRUBA
"This simple, hearty dish will remind you of Sunday dinners at grandma's house. This is my husband's all-time favorite meal. The recipe makes plenty of gravy, so serve with mashed potatoes or buttered noodles."
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crushed buttery round cracker crumbs
finely chopped onion
2 (4 ounce) cans
sliced mushrooms with juice
Excellent recipe; I followed other's suggestions and did the following:
saute fresh mushrooms and onions in butter before browning meat, reduced milk to 1 1/2cp. milk, added 1 1/2 beef broth, and added a cn of cream of mushroom soup as the last step. This will definitely be on our table again!
The texture of the meat was not great! I was disappointed in this recipe. The gravy didn't have much flavor and my son and husband did not like it either. Won't be trying this one again. Disappointed.
When I first made this dish, my husband and I both found it to be much to salty. Next time, I omitted the canned mushrooms in their own juices and instead used fresh mushrooms. This eliminated the salty flavor. The patties were very flavorful, but I added some crumbled bacon bits and a little crushed garlic. I also prefer a gravy made with cornstarch over flour and found that to work great also.
We LOVE this recipe -- easy, cheap, and yummy! My only change is to saute sliced onions with the mushrooms. This one is firmly entrenched in our rotation!
SUPER GREAT! This was the first time I ever made salisbury steak. I did change the recipe a little, we like onion so added more, used only 1/2 the milk and salt, and as others have done I used a can of beef broth and a can of cream of mushroom soup, fresh mushrooms that I sauted in the butter to use for the gravy, and a tsp of worsh. sauce. This made the gravy nice and thick. YUMMY!!!
I added worcestershire sauce to both the patties and the gravy, I also used 2 cups of beef broth and 1 cup of milk. I also placed the patties in a casserole and smothered them in gravy, I then covered with foil and baked for about 30 minutes. The gravy needed additional thickening as I felt it was too runny for my family's taste so I added a bit of slurry before pouring the gravy over.
It was good and with the minor adjustments I made it will remain in the line up, thanx for a good recipe the whole family likes!
This was really good....everybody loved it INCLUDING my 3 picky children! I did, however, have to omit the mushrooms, but still delicious. I also left out the poultry seasoning, used seasoning salt, garlic pepper, and onion powder and the "steaks" were super flavorful. We liked the gravy over mashed potatoes. Thanks for a great recipe :)
Delicious! I did make a change though, not because I saw anything wrong with the recipe but because I am lazy! Instead of making a sauce with the butter, flour, milk, and mushrooms...I just used a can of cream of mushroom soup and milk. I added some flour to make it thicker. Still turned out yummy! And it had a good gravy consistency.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Scrumptious Salisbury Steak in Mushroom Gravy
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 168
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