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The Pioneer Woman's Salisbury Steak, DELICIOUS!!

Started 1351489403.067 in Recipe Swap | Last reply 1351715699.447 by bigkat

THIS WAS DELICIOUS, Serve with Pioneer woman's garlic mashed potatoes!!!

The Pioneer Woman's Salisbury Steak

I also used season salt in my meat mixture and gravy.


Meat Mixture:
1 1/2 lb. lean ground beef
1/2 cup seasoned bread crumbs( I used 4 pieces of bread dried plus the season salt cause I did not have seasoned bread crumbs...I loved it.. ) Her recipe also had some fresh mushrooms
2 teaspoons dry mustard
1 cube beef bouillon
4 dashes Worcestershire sauce ( I used 8)
1 tablespoon ketchup
salt and pepper
Gravy:
1 whole onion, thinly sliced
2 cups beef broth
4 dashes Worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon ketchup
1 teaspoon Kitchen Bouquet (optional) (I did not have)
2-3 tablespoons cornstarch mixed with water or beef broth to make a paste about as thick as school glue

Combine all the ingredients for the meat mixture and knead until all combined. Form into 4-6 patties. Fry in a large skillet with evoo and butter on both sides until no longer pink in the middle. Remove from heat and pour off grease. Keep warm. Melt a little more butter in some evoo and add the onions. Cook and stir until golden brown and soft. Add the beef broth, Worcestershire, ketchup, and Kitchen Bouquet (if using). Stir to reduce and bring to a simmer. Pour cornstarch mixture into the skillet in a slow stream while whisking vigorously to prevent lumps. Stir until thickened. Taste to adjust seasoning. I added a little salt. Move the "steaks" back to the gravy. Serve with mashed potatoes



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LilBitMiss­ty1351516506.656007 PostsRegistered 12/15/2009Washington State

Hi dear one....This sounds sooo good. I put this on my "to try" list. Thanks for posting!

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berta 531351518154.48369 PostsRegistered 4/17/2009

I made it and it is so good. I also added some garlic powder.My picky husband even liked.The only problem I had is that it didn't thicken to much.Maybe add some more cornstarch.I only added 1 T and I see this recipe said 2 to 3 T.I also used panko crumbs.

Ranchergal1351520068.1534283 PostsRegistered 6/13/2007

This recipe is loaded with too much extra salt--bouillon, Worcestershire, ketchup, bread, etc. It may taste great, but I wouldn't use this recipe. Just my opinion.

firstclass­intl1351524663.3473006 PostsRegistered 1/15/2006
It sounds great but I'd tweak it slightly probably to cut down the salt. Then again, once in a while it's worth to indulge. I have one of her books but never used it. Did not care for her TV show but just yesterday I made her prune cake in preparation for the storm and it was AMAZING! Ultra moist, fluffy and just delicious.

Shogirl1351537826.071993 PostsRegistered 12/6/2010
On 10/29/2012 mountainbaby said:

This recipe is loaded with too much extra salt--bouillon, Worcestershire, ketchup, bread, etc. It may taste great, but I wouldn't use this recipe. Just my opinion.

I watched this show yesterday and thought the very same thing about this particular recipe - too much salt! People who don't have to watch their salt intake don't think about it, I guess.

Baxjaxmom1351538827.4232508 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
On 10/29/2012 Shogirl said:
On 10/29/2012 mountainbaby said:

This recipe is loaded with too much extra salt--bouillon, Worcestershire, ketchup, bread, etc. It may taste great, but I wouldn't use this recipe. Just my opinion.

I watched this show yesterday and thought the very same thing about this particular recipe - too much salt! People who don't have to watch their salt intake don't think about it, I guess.

And people who do can certainly make adjustments or just not make it. Jeez.
I'm always amazed at how quickl people are to critique other's recipes when they are not specifically to their liking or diatary needs. All these TV cooks are not going to please everyone. I just don't get the need for the negative feedback on recipes - whether from a TV cook or a poster offering a recipe. Yes, everyone has a right to an opinion, but why not just let it go by without commenting if it's not to your taste or standards? This person was kind enough to take her time to post the recipe and offering up how much she and her family enjoyed it. Why take away from that by being negative?

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Lannie1351538922.121985 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

It sounds really good, and as far as I know this forum is for any and all recipes, not just for special dietary needs.

Those who think it has too much salt for them can go ahead and think it has too much salt for them, I don't see why they feel the need to even comment about it - THAT IS EXACTLY WHY I DON'T POST HARDLY ANY RECIPES - SOMEONE WILL ALWAYS FIND SOMETHING WRONG WITH IT AND THINK THEY NEED TO UNKINDLY EXPRESS THEIR "OPINION" ON THE REDCIPE, when people can use their own common sense and either not make it or cut down on the offending ingredient to them.

Irshgrl312­011351539199.86714456 PostsRegistered 3/14/2006

I saw that the other day and it looked good so thanks for letting us know.

I am sure that ANYONE who has to watch their salt intake already knows this needs to be adjusted so I don't understand the comments. Good grief.

There are a lot of us who don't have to watch our salt intake at all though and that would be for us, so you have a stick of celery and we'll have this!

sunshine451351539269.67741943 PostsRegistered 1/13/2007east coast and west coast

thanks brit..... this looks like a great cold weather dish that isnt too difficult to whip up..... most of this i already have on hand!

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DeDe561351540138.877155 PostsRegistered 2/14/2008
Thanks for posting the recipe Britbrit13. I watched her make this and printed the recipe off food to.com. Note that she didn't use mushrooms (but I was surprised she didn't in the gravy) and she crushed the bullion cube to make a powder. The recipe only calls for 1 tsp. of cornstarch mixed with a little cold water or beef broth - the key to it thickening the gravy is bringing the gravy to a boil after adding it, stirring the whole time, then lower heat. Sounds so good I can't wait to make it!

DeDe561351540171.1155 PostsRegistered 2/14/2008
That's foodtv.com!

Rarity1351545458.1131791 PostsRegistered 10/19/2005

I never made salisbury steak so I'll have to try this recipe--thanks!

bigkat1351546668.393941 PostsRegistered 2/4/2010West Michigan

I like salt...oh....the name is Salisbury not Saltbury.

Thanks for posting Brit, I caught part of the program, looked good! Crazy, there are so many salt sub's and salt free products on the market now days. One would think people who need to cut back on salt would be aware of that. My mom does not use salt, she plays around with adding other things, never heard her complain about a recipe, she uses her mind to come up with what she likes.

AuntG1351549320.7176342 PostsRegistered 1/31/2009Wisconsin

That sounds so good for this time of year. There are ways to adjust recipes to meet dietary requirements, but I wouldn't change a thing. Just wish that people who won't use a certain recipe would keep it to themselves rather than telling everyone why the don't like it.

hattrick1351550443.073974 PostsRegistered 6/29/2010

I DVR'd the show and was starving after! I am dying to make the Fettuccine, it looked awesome. And so did the pie!

Thanks for taking the time to post.

momtodogs1351551506.2273755 PostsRegistered 9/20/2006

Sounds good, what is 'evoo'? Thanks!

olewoman1351551720.1732111 PostsRegistered 10/19/2008only my friends
If you want the best homemade gravy roll steak in flour brown a little then add one galss water simmer for an hour if gravy to thick add more water.

mima1351552421.96314528 PostsRegistered 10/19/2004KS
On 10/29/2012 momtodogs said:

Sounds good, what is 'evoo'? Thanks!


extra virgin olive oil

Mima

AnnMarie-11351552509.1933538 PostsRegistered 7/15/2007Western NY
On 10/29/2012 navy0412298 said: If you want the best homemade gravy roll steak in flour brown a little then add one galss water simmer for an hour if gravy to thick add more water.

Do you remove the steak after browning?

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sarahpanda1351552597.0031435 PostsRegistered 10/23/2007

EVOO IS 'EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL''

forrestwolf1351554598.5736025 PostsRegistered 6/20/2010Deep in South Georgia

Just adjust the recipe to fit your dietary needs.........Remember, her family works on a large ranch, and their sodium DOES need replacing every day..............{#emotions_dlg.thumbup1}

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DiamondGir­ly1351554602.0032466 PostsRegistered 9/7/2009Sunny California
On 10/29/2012 AnnMarie-1 said:
On 10/29/2012 navy0412298 said: If you want the best homemade gravy roll steak in flour brown a little then add one galss water simmer for an hour if gravy to thick add more water.

Do you remove the steak after browning?

Hello, AnnMarie-1

I saw at the end of the recipe it said, "Taste to adjust seasoning. I added a little salt. Move the "steaks" back to the gravy. Serve with mashed potatoes," so I'm thinking you must move them out of the pan at first...and add back later? Just a guess ;)

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shamalamad­ingdong41351558020.2631088 PostsRegistered 10/19/2004
OP, thanks so much for the recipe. My husband will love this one. I can't understand why posters must point out what they perceive as flaws in a recipe. I don't have to worry about my sodium intake, but even if I did, I would skip making the recipe or adjust it to my needs. It doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure that out. Criticizing a recipe only makes the poster think twice about posting again, and I'd hate to see that happen.

Just grant me the senility to forget the people I never liked, the good fortune to remember the ones I do, and the eyesight to tell the difference.

momtodogs1351558044.1173755 PostsRegistered 9/20/2006
On 10/29/2012 mima said:
On 10/29/2012 momtodogs said:

Sounds good, what is 'evoo'? Thanks!


extra virgin olive oil

Thanks!

pinot g1351560160.85239 PostsRegistered 10/5/2012
On 10/29/2012 mountainbaby said:

This recipe is loaded with too much extra salt--bouillon, Worcestershire, ketchup, bread, etc. It may taste great, but I wouldn't use this recipe. Just my opinion.


It looks like what you'd find in a TV dinner. No thanks.

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