How to Make Salisbury Steak
- Mix 1/3 cup of French onion soup with the ground beef, egg, breadcrumbs, salt and black pepper in a large bowl. Make 6 oval patties from the mix.
- Brown both sides of the patties in a skillet over medium heat. Remove the excess fat.
- Mix the flour and remaining soup until you get a smooth texture. Now mix in the ketchup, water, mustard powder and Worcestershire sauce.
- Pour over the beef patties in the skillet.
- Cook, covered on high heat for about 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Allow the mixture to simmer and cook until gravy thickens.
- Serve over peas and mashed potatoes.
- Variation: You may add sliced onions and mushroom to the gravy if desired.
- Steak is meat from a cow.
- Salisbury steak was invented by an American doctor, Dr. J.H. Salisbury, hence the name.
- He was an advocate of low carb diet for weight loss.
- The term Salisbury Steak has been around since 1897 in the United States.
- Unlike a hamburger steak, Salisbury Steak is served on its own without bread or bread rolls.
Salisbury Steak is a popular dish in America and is traditionally served with mashed potatoes and peas.