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Country Salisbury Steak

Country Salisbury Steak recipe
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Stuffing mix is the secret in this smart version of a diner classic. Topped with mushroom sauce and served alongside green beans, this easy-to make oven dish makes the more
10 min
35 min
6 servings
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Very good. I did make a couple changes. I added an egg and I also cooked it on the stove in beef gravy for 20 minutes. Delicious.
this receipe is so good. i used g turkey and then i used cranberry flavored stuffing. i also used a gravy sauce instead of bbq. it was so, so good.
This was very good. I followed the direction as written but I made brown gravy instead of the BBQ sauce and left out the mushrooms (no one in the house but me likes them). My husband loves salisbury steak and said this was tasty and he'd be fine if I made it again tomorrow :)My only negative was that some of the onions ended up crunchy. Might try to saute them a little next time to soften them up just slightly.
Super easy and super delicious!!!! I made the recipe just like it said...the sauce was delicious..gave it a different taste...I also made traditional brown mushroom sauce as well...both taste great with this recipe...My whole family LOVED it!!
Excellent flavor and easy to make!! Have made it sereral times for guests and everyone has enjoyed it. Great leftover on a Kaiser Roll for lunch sandwich! Delish!
I made this for a family of 5 (my 2 yr old, 4 yr old, husband and elderly mother in law) I made white rice, and green peas as sides. We used regular brown gravy with sliced mushrooms...came out great!
We didn't like this. The bbq sauce was weird on salisbury steak so I agree with the people suggesting to just add brown gravy. Also it was dry and rather heavy. I probably would not make it again but if I did I would go with a higher fat content and gravy.
This was OK but nothing spectular. I thought it was dry but I used the leanest ground beef I could find and maybe that was the problem. I also thought there was too much stuffing mix in it even though I used slightly more ground beef than the recipe called for.
Meatloaf like but very good. Easy to make.
With the bbq sauce it gave it a new twist to the old salisbury steak recipe. I followed the recipe and it was so good, my husband went for seconds. We loved it! I will definitely make it again!
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