7 Easy Salisbury Steak Recipes

7 Easy Salisbury Steak Recipes

Salisbury steak has been around since before 1900. It was invented by American physician J. H. Salisbury and is typically served with gravy and mashed potatoes. Traditional Salisbury steak is made up of ground beef, pork, breadcrumbs, and a binder, such as an egg. The mixture is formed to look like steak and then cooked. This dish is an old-fashioned favorite that will remind many people of their childhood. Below, you'll find traditional recipes as well as easier ones that have been updated for today's busy home chefs in our collection of 7 Easy Salisbury Steak Recipes.

 

7 Easy Salisbury Steak Recipes

 

  1. Salisbury Steak, The Way It Should Be - This dish is the real deal. This recipe uses ground chuck, ground sirloin, and ground pork in each steak patty. A homemade mushroom sauce makes it out of this world.
     
  2. Old Fashioned Salisbury Steak - French Onion soup mix gives this steak a flavor boost. Serve with a side of mashed potatoes to complete the meal.
     
  3. Weeknight Salisbury Steak - This recipe is easy enough to make during the week. It's made with just ground beef, so you don't have to worry about using two different meats.
     
  4. 1950s-Style Salisbury Steak - Made with fresh herbs and served in a French onion sauce, this Salisbury steak will be requested often.
     
  5. Quick Skillet Salisbury Steak - Get your skillet ready. This recipe makes six patties, so it will serve a large family and will provide leftovers for a small family.
     
  6. Grandma's Salisbury Steak Casserole - How do you make a vintage recipe even more comforting? By turning into a casserole! Grandma's Salisbury Steak Casserole is a great combination of ingredients that make an excellent dinner.
     
  7. Incredibly Simple Slow Cooker Salisbury Steak - Instead of cooking dinner when you get home, have it ready for you when you walk in the door. This slow cooker Salisbury steak recipe makes dinner easy. Prep everything before you leave and let the slow cooker do the rest.

 

 

 

 

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