Salisbury steaks

Easy throw together Salisbury steaks. $5 for the ground beef, $1.70 for the soups.
Meatloaf Pattie’s:
-1lb ground beef
-1/4 milk
-1 egg
-1 cup of bread crumbs
*season to your liking*
For Pattie’s Make thin & a hole in the middle to keep them from shrinkinking and getting thick). Fry for a minute ish on each side on high in butter to brown. Put into baking dish. Add both soups to pan you seared meat in and heat until throughly mixed. Strain soups over and into baking dish over patties & bake 350 35 mins. (Straining it makes it everybody friendly including the kids, taking out the onions n mushrooms but still keeping the flavor!!) but you don’t have to.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Easy Throw Together Salisbury Steaks

Q1: Can I use a different type of ground meat for the Salisbury steaks? A1: Absolutely! While the recipe calls for ground beef, you can experiment with ground turkey, chicken, or a mix of different meats based on your preference.

Q2: Are there alternative options for the soups if I have dietary restrictions or preferences? A2: Certainly! You can choose low-sodium or gluten-free versions of the cream of mushroom and cream of chicken soups, or explore other soup alternatives that suit your dietary needs.

Q3: Can I make the Salisbury steaks ahead of time and refrigerate before baking? A3: Yes, you can prepare the patties ahead of time and refrigerate them. When ready to cook, proceed with the recipe, adjusting the baking time if needed since cold patties might take a bit longer to cook through.

Q4: How do I prevent the Salisbury steak patties from becoming too thick while cooking? A4: The recipe suggests making the patties thin and creating a hole in the middle to prevent them from shrinking and becoming overly thick. This technique helps maintain a more even thickness throughout the cooking process.

Q5: Can I use different seasonings for the meatloaf patties? A5: Absolutely! Feel free to get creative with your favorite seasonings. You can add garlic powder, onion powder, Worcestershire sauce, or any other herbs and spices to enhance the flavor to your liking.

Q6: Is it necessary to strain the soups before pouring them over the patties? A6: Straining the soups is optional. If you want to make the dish more kid-friendly by removing the onions and mushrooms while retaining the flavor, straining is recommended. However, if you enjoy the texture of onions and mushrooms, feel free to skip this step.

Q7: Can I add extra ingredients to the Salisbury steaks for more flavor? A7: Certainly! You can customize the recipe by adding diced onions, garlic, or herbs to the ground beef mixture for extra flavor. Experiment with your favorite ingredients to make it uniquely yours.

Q8: Can I freeze the Salisbury steaks for later use? A8: Yes, you can freeze the uncooked patties for future use. Ensure they are properly wrapped or stored in an airtight container. Thaw in the refrigerator before proceeding with the recipe.

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