Salisbury Steak with Mushrooms Recipe
Seasoned beef patties are simmered in a homemade mushroom and onion sauce to make this classic, comforting dish. Serve it with potatoes or rice.
Seasoned ground beef patties are browned and simmered in a savory onion soup sauce to make this easy and comforting salisbury steak dinner.
Reminisce on TV dinners with Chef John's version of the all-American favorite, Salisbury steak, with a gravy that's delicious on just about anything.
An easy-to-make classic featuring tasty hamburger 'steaks' smothered in gravy and onions. It's a great way to dress up a pound of ground beef, and you probably have all the ingredients on hand!
This Salisbury steak recipe uses ground sirloin to get a leaner, meatier-tasting main dish with enough mushroom and onion gravy to top your sides, too.
I wasn't sure I should bother adding my review since there are so many here already but why not? My family LOVED this recipe; however, I made a couple of changes because I was missing ingredients. I usually follow a recipe exactly the first time I make it and change it to suit us if needed. Instead of buttery round crackers, I used vegetable flavoured ones. Because I didn't have any beef bouillon cubes, I didn't put in the juice from the canned mushrooms. Instead, I put in a can of onion soup. I thought that three cups of milk sounded excessive so I only added one. The gravy was just right as far as I was concerned so I'm glad I didn't put in all the milk. I think the onion soup helped the flavour so I'm writing that change on my recipe and keeping it.
Ground beef gets a boost of flavor from onion soup mix in this quick and easy slow cooker Salisbury steak recipe.
These Salisbury steak recipes cover all the savory bases, highlighting a variety of seasoning options and cooking methods, from skillet to slow cooker, oven-baked to Instant Pot.
Next time you are craving Salisbury steak like mom used to make, you can cook it in your Instant Pot®.
A classic Salisbury steak in beef and mushroom gravy. 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.