Saturday, April 7, 2012

Country Salisbury Steak

I honestly have NO idea where on earth I got this recipe years ago, but I decided to give it a try. The only other Salisbury steak I have ever had was the kind out of a box from the frozen food section LOL. Every night before payday, I sit down & try to plan out a dinner menu for the next 2 weeks because it is SO much easier than trying to figure out what to have from day to day. Although, I sometimes swap out a meal if there is something the boys & I would rather have different than what is planned for that day. I try to keep an open mind about what to fix & am ALWAYS looking for new recipes to try so we don't get tired of having the same ol' same again & again! When I ran across this recipe I wasn't sure how it would really turn out & I had in my mind that it would taste almost like the one's I had previously eaten...however, it did NOT. It was actually better, then again imagine anything is better than the cheap t.v. dinner ones! *snickers* It's simple, easy, & the boys liked it so I will be cooking it again for sure! It definitely has a home-cooked southern country-ish type taste.

Country Salisbury Steak

1 1/2 lb. ground beef (I used turkey)
3/4 c. onion, thinly chopped
1 1/4 c. water
1 pk. chicken stove top
2 pks. McCormick brown gravy mix 
1 c. sliced mushrooms

  • Preheat over to 425'.
  • In large bowl add meat, onions, stove top, & water. Mix well.  
  • Pat out 6 patties & place in a large baking dish or pan sprayed with non-stick cooking spray.
  •  Bake in oven for 30mins or until cooked through. (During the last 5-10mins I broiled them so they were nice & brown on top)
  • Meanwhile, saute mushrooms in a sprayed non-stick pan until tender then remove from pan. Add gravy mix to pan & cook as directed; mix the mushrooms in with the gravy.
  • Spoon gravy over steaks, keep warm until serving.
I transferred mine to a smaller dish due to table space...


    1. You are impressive. Each recipe looks more delicious than the next.

    2. Salisbury Steak is so yummy! Thanks for your recipe! We hope you'll be back to our "Strut Your Stuff Saturday". We loved having you! -The Sisters

    3. Thank you so much for linking up at Dare to Share. Your recipe looks really good. I hope you come back this week and share some more posts. This weeks linky party goes live at 8 pm.


    4. Guess what? I just awarded you the Liebster award...because I think your sweet blog deserved it! you can check it out here:

      1. awwwww, ty girl! i appreciate that so much! recognition from one of my favorite fellow bloggers= AWESOME! sorry i am just now seeing this i was out of town but i really do appreciate everything & that you actually take the time out to swing by & check out my blogs! (: