salisbury steak with mushroom gravy

salisbury steak with mushroom gravy

AuthorBobguy
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Baked Salisbury steak with savory beef mushroom gravy is a delicious meal you can make quickly and please your whole crew. Visually appealing, hearty and oh so tasty. Makes a great lunch too.

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baked salisbury steak with savory beef mushroom gravy on a plate
Yields2 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time30 minsTotal Time45 mins
Meat Mixture Ingredients
 1 lb top sirloin ground beefBuy the best ground beef for the best results
 3 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
 1 tbsp steak sauce ( I like A1 sauce )
Gravy Ingredients
 2 cups beef broth
 1 pt whole button mushrooms
 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
 1 tbsp miso ( optional )Miso adds a savory flavor to the gravy
 3 cloves garlic ( minced )
1

Wash any foreign matter off the mushrooms. Remove the stems leaving the whole mushroom button. Set aside.

2

Combine all the meat mixture ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Mix together thoroughly.

3

Form two oval shaped patties. Press them well or they won't hold their shape while cooking. Place them in the freezer for 20 - 30 minutes.

4

In glass baking dish, mix broth, miso, Worcestershire sauce, and steak sauce. Remove meat patties from freezer and place in baking dish. Top patties with a little steak sauce.

baked salisbury steak with savory beef mushroom gravy instructions photo

5

Surround meat patties with whole mushrooms and minced garlic. Bake at 350 F / 175 C for 20 minutes.

6

Remove and flip patties. Return to the oven for 20 minutes. Serve hot on plates. Top meat and mushrooms with sauce from the baking dish.

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What is Miso?

In a phrase, Miso is fermented soybeans and rice. Admittedly, that description does not sound appealing. For years, I ignored this ingredient and recipes that called for Miso. Eventually I did try it and was amazed by the extra flavor this simple ingredient delivered. Flavor-wise, Miso is difficult to describe except to say savory. My words cannot do this ingredient justice, so I highly recommend trying Miso for yourself. 

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Ingredients

Meat Mixture Ingredients
 1 lb top sirloin ground beefBuy the best ground beef for the best results
 3 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
 1 tbsp steak sauce ( I like A1 sauce )
Gravy Ingredients
 2 cups beef broth
 1 pt whole button mushrooms
 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
 1 tbsp miso ( optional )Miso adds a savory flavor to the gravy
 3 cloves garlic ( minced )

Directions

1

Wash any foreign matter off the mushrooms. Remove the stems leaving the whole mushroom button. Set aside.

2

Combine all the meat mixture ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Mix together thoroughly.

3

Form two oval shaped patties. Press them well or they won't hold their shape while cooking. Place them in the freezer for 20 - 30 minutes.

4

In glass baking dish, mix broth, miso, Worcestershire sauce, and steak sauce. Remove meat patties from freezer and place in baking dish. Top patties with a little steak sauce.

baked salisbury steak with savory beef mushroom gravy instructions photo

5

Surround meat patties with whole mushrooms and minced garlic. Bake at 350 F / 175 C for 20 minutes.

6

Remove and flip patties. Return to the oven for 20 minutes. Serve hot on plates. Top meat and mushrooms with sauce from the baking dish.

salisbury steak with mushroom gravy

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Steak n Potatoes

    Looks pretty good. I have seen better though.

    1. Bobguy

      I agree. The photo didn’t capture the full potential of this dinner. Add some mashed potatoes and baked corn and we could be talking perfection. 🙂

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