A family weeknight favorite, Salisbury Steak is typically prepared with ground chuck covered in rich, brown gravy served with mashed potatoes. Try a new spin on this recipe by preparing Baby Salisbury Steaks With Pasta or one of the other tantalising variations.See Popular Salisbury Steak Recipes
When is a hamburger not a hamburger? When it's a Salisbury steak, a 19th-century invention named for the doc, J.H. Salisbury, who was big on high-protein diets.
Ground beef patties are broiled then served over pasta and sauce for a complete meal is just 35 minutes.
Back in the 19th century, an English doctor named J.H. Salisbury prescribed beef for all manner of ailments. We think he'd love this healthy update of the ground-beef-and-onions classic that bears his name. The sauteed watercress is an excellent foil to the meaty glazed beef.
The original Salisbury steak was named after a popular late-19th-century diet doctor who recommended a high-protein diet. This version only resembles the classic in name and shape--the flavors are Asian rather than European and it's served atop a tender bed of sauteed watercress. Make It a Meal: Add brown rice or rice noodles and a cold Tsingtao beer.
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