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Salisbury Steaks

Salisbury steaks are one of my favorite meals. Especially with all the sauteed mushrooms I can pile on top. It's very easy to make and if I have leftovers, I sometimes crumble up the steaks and make hamburger gravy to serve over mashed potatoes. It's basically the same thing, but a different delivery and it helps stretch the leftovers a little bit more.

Salisbury Steaks

1 pound of ground beef
1/3 cup of dry bread crumbs
1 egg, beaten
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp season salt
2 cups of beef broth
3 tbsp of flour
1 small onion, thinly sliced
1 8 oz can of mushrooms

Mix the ground beef, bread crumbs, beaten egg together gently. Mix salt, pepper, garlic powder, and season salt together in a separate bowl and add to the meat mixture. Gently mix.

Form into patties and place in skillet over medium-high heat. Cook until browned on both sides, even if middle is slightly undercooked. (They will finish cooking later.) Remove from pan and keep warm.

Meanwhile, drain grease from skillet if necessary. Add onions to pan and cook until softened. Add mushrooms and then add flour. Stir the onions and mushrooms to coat with the flour. Add the beef broth and stir. Let boil a few minutes until it has slightly thickened. Place patties back in pan with gravy and onion/mushroom mixture. Cook until patties are cooked through.

I like to serve this with mashed potatoes and tonight we had a salad with it. This is a delicious, hearty meal that can be made pretty cheaply! I stocked up on ground beef recently when I saw it for $1.99/pound, and I'm going to get 2 meals from it.


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