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Seasoned ground beef patties are browned and simmered in a savory onion soup sauce to make this easy and comforting salisbury steak dinner.
Cubed round steaks and onions in a rich beefy gravy. A dish that goes well with mashed potatoes or noodles.
Seasoned beef patties are simmered in a homemade mushroom and onion sauce to make this classic, comforting dish. Serve it with potatoes or rice.
Homemade mushroom gravy takes the flavor of simple hamburger steaks to the next level. It's still quick enough to cook for a weeknight dinner.
Ground beef gets a boost of flavor from onion soup mix in this quick and easy slow cooker Salisbury steak recipe.
The recipe was pretty good, simple and got everything in my pantry. I'm only giving 4 star as I made a few adjustment. Many reviewers recommended adding more spices to the meat for flavor so that's what I did. I added garlic powder, onion powder, steak spice, worcestershire sauce and few drops of Frank's Red Hot. I also used more breadcrumbs and even Stove Top stuffing as one reviewer suggested. I did not want to risk the patties falling apart so I covered them breadcrumb before browning. Browned them, added mushrooms halves, not slices, so I can tastes them better, and simmer with some mushroom soup for awhile, flipping occasionally so all patties soak up the mushroom soup evenly. I added some dried chives near the end as well. Overall, recipe was simple but shaping the patties was a bit time consuming for me. 1 pound gave me 9 patties and I hand kneaded the spices into the beef for even distribution. I also find that mushroom sauce a bit salty so maybe I'll dilute it a bit more with milk or bit of hot water
Made it as directed except for a few cooking step changes. 1. I didn't leave the meat out for 30 minutes, that's just asking for bacteria to grow on it. I also letft the natural release for my InstantPot for 15 minutes, after that the pressure is pretty much low enough and you're just letting it stew in the sauce, which is fine if that's what you want, but it isn't necessary. I was afraid it was going to have a strong tomato taste but it came out fine. My only complaint is the meat patties were falling apart and we had to scoop them out, might add some more egg next time. All-in-all, we liked this recipe and will make it again. For those complaining about doing it in an IP or that it took too long. I only dirtied one pot to make the whole recipe, and if you cut the release time you won't be waiting around. This recipe was simple to make and worth the effort IMHO.
This recipe for the slow cooker is a great way to make a tasty and tender meal out of some London broil, cream of mushroom soup, and a handful of seasonings.
I have been cooking for 35+ years and this was fabulous! My husband and kids (who are very picky) cleared their plates and said I could make this "Anytime"! I made mashed potatoes to go with this dinner - yum! I used 1/2 of the dry onion/mushroom soup mix so it would not be too salty. But it is MUCH BETTER with the CREAM OF CHICKEN then the Cream of Mushroom!!! It may sound strange, but once you add the Dry Au Jus Mix to the Cream of Chicken, it turns it to a beef flavor, not chicken. Instead of water I also added Chicken Broth. Beef broth would make it too "beefy". This gave it a very nice, smooth flavor. I also added a Jar of Mushrooms (drained). This is the 3rd time I've made it in a month!! Very unusual for my household. I also like it because it is so easy. Don't over mix your beef mixture, that will make it tough. If you handle with care, it will not fall apart. I love it when I find recipes that are wonderful and cooked in slow cooker/crock pot. =)
Brown your pot roast on the stove before finishing in the oven. Cooking with carrots, potatoes, and onion delivers a rich flavor.