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Salisbury Steak with Creamy Sauce

Salisbury Steak with Creamy Sauce recipe
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Great, easy recipe my son could not believe it was ground beef!
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on 2/1/2013
45 min
45 min
6 servings
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This was so yummy~ A keeper~ Next time I will double the sauce and probably triple the recipe.
This recipe was good, but I would put an egg in the meat mixture to stiffen it up a bit..the patties were almost falling apart. Also, the sauce was too runny. I let it simmer longer thinking that would help. Overall, though, with some tweeks, I'd make it again.
I actually made this as a meatloaf and poured the gravy over the was amazing........the gravy is a bit watery, so whisked a bit of flour in it to thicken it up...SOOO GOOD!!!!!!!!!
The salisbury steak was very good. The sauce, not so much. It was runny & had very little taste. I followed the recipe exactly. I even left it sauce simmer longer than required to try to reduce it, but it was still very runny. I will make the steaks again, but find another sauce to put on them.
Excellent. A great way to stretch a package of ground beef. The patties were very flavorful. My only modifications were to add 1 T. of worcestershire sauce and to add a few sprigs of fresh Italian parsley to the finished meal. I will make this again.
This was very good. It doesn't take a lot of work to make it, and the flavor is wonderful.I used some ground turkey as part of the meat, and it was very moist.
My small adult family liked it. When I make it again, I will only add half cup water to the meat mixture, and probably use beef stove top. I think that I added a tablespoon of cornstarch to the cooking creme mixture. I think can mushrooms would also work just as well.
Loved the easiness of this recipe. I used ground turkey and the low sodium Stove Top stuffing mix and low sodium chicken broth. Patties are tender and tasty.
Family loved this recipe. Even my picky 13 year old said it was great! That is high praise in itself.
This recipe was very yummy... except I used 1 lb ground beef and 1 lb ground bear (yes, I'm from Alaska), and just used sour cream in place of the Philly cooking cream. I also used about a Tbsp. of flour to thicken the sauce. My family loved it! I think next time I may try the beef flavor Stovetop stuffing mix. The chicken was quite tasty but I think beef might be even better...we will see! :)
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