Homemade Salisbury Steak with Simple Brown Gravy Recipe
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Homemade Salisbury Steak with Simple Brown Gravy Recipe

Homemade Salisbury Steak with Simple Brown Gravy Recipe

Homemade Salisbury Steak with Simple Brown Gravy

My husband loves red meat and I love Salisbury steak but I am not a big fan of the  frozen boxed kind. Besides the sodium, and preservatives  I just don’t care  for the taste of them.  So I wanted to try to create my own with a lot more flavor and substance. I am pretty happy with my final result, considerably thicker than the frozen patty the flavor is delicious and satisfying.  If you want you can sub in your own homemade cream of soup mix.

HOMEMADE SALISBURY STEAK RECIPE

INGREDIENTS FOR THE SALISBURY STEAK:

1-10 oz. can cream of mushroom soup

1 ¼ pounds ground beef

1 medium onion, minced

¾ cup plain breadcrumbs

1 tsp. steak seasoning

1 egg

DIRECTIONS:

In a large bowl, using your hands, combine ground beef, ½ cup of cream of mushroom soup, 2 tablespoons of the minced onions, egg, bread crumbs, and steak seasoning- make sure all ingredients are thoroughly combined.  Form meat into football shapes and flatten (I get about 5 from this amount of meat).

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Brown patties in a large saucepan over medium heat, remove from pan. Place patties back in pan, spooning gravy mixture over the top.  Reduce heat to simmer, cover and continue to simmer for 10-15 minutes.

Serve Salisbury steaks with your favorite side dish.

INGREDIENTS FOR THE SIMPLE BROWN GRAVY:

1/2 cup butter

1/2 cup flour

1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce

1 cup cold beef broth

1 tablespoon of minced onion

1 teaspoon of minced garlic

Juices from meat (add a teaspoon or two of any meat juices)

TIP: If you are doing this with turkey, replace equal parts of juice from cooking with beef broth)

freshly ground sea salt and black pepper to taste

DIRECTIONS:

In a saute pan, quickly brown minced onion, minced garlic with Worcestershire sauce. Stir them together enough to fully combine. Set aside.In a small saucepan, melt butter over medium heat. Add the flour and whisk continuously for 5 minutes. The mixture will thicken slightly. Whisk in a cup of the cold beef broth and add the mixture from your saute pan.Bring gravy to a simmer while whisking. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 15-20 minutes while stirring occasionally. Strain. Season with salt and pepper.

NEED TO THICKEN THE GRAVY?

Check out: 

9 Ways to Thicken Gravy

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  1. Mmm, I like Salisbury Steak but I have never had any that was homemade. I need to try this!

  2. Kita

    My hubs loves Salisbury steak but it’s the one thing I have never cooked until now. Now he will require this of me constantly thanks a lot lol

  3. This would most certainly be a crowd pleaser at my house!

  4. Looks yummy and I’m sure my family would love it.

  5. Hmm. I had no idea you could make your own salisbury steak. I must put this on the list of things to try.

  6. I honestly don’t think I’ve ever made Salisbury steak before. I know my family would love it if I did.

  7. Oh Stacie, that looks delicious! It’s definitely going on my meal plan, I’ve never made it!

  8. That looks absolutely delicious and while I’ve never made this for my family, I bet they’d love it so I’m going to have to try it for something different. Thanks!

  9. My family likes salisbury steak, I can’t say I’m fond of it. It’s a simple recipe, though, so it’s something to keep in mind when I want to fix them something.

  10. I remember salisbury steak from school lunches but it was awful so I’ve never thought to have it again. Obviously, I need to because yours looks terrific!

  11. I must live under a rock, I had no idea Salisbury Steak was just ground beef, lol I was always afraid to try it. This looks delish!!

  12. I love salisbury steak! It’s so amazing!

  13. Stacie, you have taken me back to the 70’s sitting in my mom’s kitchen waiting for dinner. That was one of my mother’s go to meals when we were growing up, so love salisbury steak. I am going to give your recipe a try. All I need now is a pineapple upside down cake and my memory is complete.

  14. Piera

    Mike LOVES Salisbury Steak and so do I, but you’re right – frozen, boxed kind is NOT GOOD. Your recipe sounds fabulous – will have to try it OR you can make it for me : )

  15. YUM!!! Oh man, salisbury steak and mashed potatoes and corn is SUCH a throwback recipe my mom would make. I think I’ll remember this for next week for dinner!

  16. Salisbury steak is one of those comfort foods that everyone loves!

  17. judy gardner

    i have never tried to make salisbury steak, mostly because i have never made good gravy. i like your recipe tho and think i will give it a try. it sounds good but not too daunting. i am going to read your article on how to thicken gravy before i make this

  18. My husband loves salisbury steak but he only ever gets it from a frozen meal. I am going to have to try your recipe.

  19. Kristi @dragonflytweet

    I haven’t had salisbury steak.Thanks. Now I’m craving it! Can’t wait to give this recipe a try.

  20. i’ve never tried salisbury steak before. and i’m 39. is that crazy?

  21. DIStherapy

    Question: Is it 1 Cup of beef broth or 1 Quart? Confused, but I SO want to try this. Thank you!!

  22. Julie Wood

    This Salisbury Steak recipe sounds so delicious and an easy one to make. I will be making this for my family, and I know that My Dad would love it!

  23. Nicole

    I love Salisbury steak, best with sweet corn and mash potatoes. Great filling family meal. Adding this to my favorites.

  24. ellen beck

    This looks delicious and very filling. I like making this dish when its coold out and we need something ‘rib sticking’ It really is good with mashed potatoes and some nice vegatables. I love the photo- you take such nice pictures!

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