"These tender beef patties were named for Dr. J.H. Salisbury who, in the late 1800s, advocated eating beef three times a day for good health! This recipe is quick, easy and very savory! Serve with hot cooked Rice and a rich Brown Gravy poured over top!" — CORWYNN DARKHOLME
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lean ground beef
1 1/2 pounds
lean ground pork
tomato - peeled, seeded and diced
eggs, lightly beaten
1 1/2 teaspoons
These were so tasty! While not my ideal opinion of what "salisbury steak" tastes like, this, in some ways, was much better tasting! It has a tangy zip, from the excellent addition of tomatoes, and because it doesn't call for adding a mess of canned and powdered soup mixes, the rich taste of the meat really shines through. Really, these are fantastic! I browned my patties in a skillet before baking so that I could use the hearty drippings to make the sauce with. Just sauteeing a large onion and some diced mushrooms in the meat drippings, then adding water, cornstarch and some beef stock made the absolutely perfect complimentary sauce for these "steaks", and I look forward to making this again! It's nice to find recipes that don't require a bunch of processed and pre-packaged ingredients in them, too... canned breadcrumbs, powdered soup, etc.? That's not my idea of homestyle cooking! Nothing tastes better than healthy, from-scratch homemade food, and this recipe is a nice testimony to that!
Yuck! I've tried several recipes from this submitter, and they've all been terrible. Guess I'm done trying anymore from this submitter, sorry.
I was excited to find a salisbury patty recipe that didn't have breadcrumbs or other carbs in it. Thank you! I just used a gravy recipe from another submitter and this turned out GREAT. Don't sweat the nasty reviewer below... she seems to leave nasty reviews in her wake wherever she goes. ;)
This is very good and fast. I didn't use ground pork, just the beef and they were great.
This was good but can't rate 5 stars because I made a few changes. I used 1 lb. beef and 1/4 pound of ground sausage, used dried french fried onions in place of the diced onion. I cooked in the of 350 for 40 minutes. This recipe made 8 egg shaped patties. We wanted gravy so we used the recipe from the other salisbury steak (subbed water with low sodium beef broth).
These were wonderful, and gluten-free and dairy-free! I didn't have any pork on hand so I just used burger and made a brown au jus gravy for the top (along with mashed potatoes YUM!)
Very tasty dish. I, too, like the 'no breading' option. I did make a couple of changes: added Montreal Steak seasoning to the mix and simmered anaheim chili slices in au jus for the 'gravy'. It got thumbs up in our household!
Very simple & tasty dish. We substituted low sodium dry onion soup since that’s what we had on hand. Because we used “dry” soup, we added approx. ½c water to the meat mixture. As others suggested, we doubled the sauce to serve w/ mashed potatoes. Will keep & make again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 225
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