Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Salisbury Steak

I don't know what it is about salisbury steak, but I just can't make it. I tried about a month ago, and screwed it up in the beginning stages so I ended up tossing it, I think. So I decided to give it another go, this time with a different recipe. One that I found in one of the cookbook's of my grandma's that I recieved when we cleaned out her house. I still wasn't impressed. The ground meat crumbled up in the pan, making it hard to flip and cook and such. I also wasn't impressed because it basically tasted like meatloaf. But with a lot more effort on my part to make it.


...1 lb. ground meat
...1 can cream of mushroom soup
...1/3 cup water
...1 egg, slightly beaten
...1/2 c. bread crumbs
...1/4 c. cup onion, chopped


Combine 1/4 c. soup with egg, bread crumbs, meat and onion. Mix thoroughly. Shape into patties and brown in a skillet. In a small bowl, combine remaining soup with water and pour over patties in skillet. Cover and simmer 20 minutes, stirring often to avoid a burnt mess on the bottom of your pan.

1 comment:

nursewifeymom said...

I make my salisbury steak with minute steak, or bucket steaks, they stay together a lot better! Thanks for some interesting reads! HAGD!

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