Salisbury Old Fashioned Steak with onion gravy will transport you back in time. This is a traditional dish that your grandma might have prepared. This is a quick and easy comfort dish that is perfect for a family supper.
Combining flavorful meat patties and a savory gravy, it’s comfort food at its easiest, needing only minimal prep time and only basic cooking skills. Quick, cheap and popular with both kids and adults alike, this homemade Salisbury Steak recipe makes for a fantastic midweek meal that’s absolutely full of flavor.
Though its name may sound like a cut of beef, Salisbury Steak is actually made of ground beef mixed with a few other ingredients and formed into a patty. The use of ground beef makes it a really affordable family meal while still giving you that same succulent, meaty flavor you’d get from a regular steak. Buying a high-quality ground beef will make a big difference in this recipe.
Choosing a lean beef will also ensure that the end result is not too greasy, though feel free to go for whichever kind of ground beef is your favorite. If you want a lighter twist on the Salisbury Steak, you could even use turkey mince instead for the patties and chicken stock in the gravy.
I love those recipes that we all grew up with, they are just too good to miss out on.
500 g ground beef.
2 medium eggs.
2 tbsp bread crumbs.
1 tbsp olive oil.
1/2 tsp onion powder.
1/2 tsp garlic powder.
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce.
2 small sliced onions.
2 and ½ cups of beef broth.
2 tbsp flour.
salt and black pepper to taste.
I combined ground beef, bread crumbs, eggs, onion and garlic powder, Worcestershire sauce, and finally, I added a half teaspoon of salt and another half of black pepper.
I formed 8 balls, and form into steaks
I fried the patties and kept them warm.
Using the same skillet, I cooked onions with garlic powder and flour, and I added Worcestershire and broth gradually. I cooked this mixture for 7 minutes.
I returned patties back into the pan and cooked them for more than 10 minutes.