This Salisbury Steak recipe comes courtesy of The Pioneer Woman herself! Read on and enjoy!
Salisbury steak is a classic American dish. You might think, with a name like Salisbury, that it's British.
The true history of this dish is that it was created by Dr. J. H. Salisbury, a early and big proponent of the low-carb lifestyle. Funny then, that this dish is now traditionally served with mashed potatoes.
Salisbury steak is always served with gravy, usually meat-based in origin instead of cream-based.
Salt, pepper, and onion give the steak its signature flavor in most cases. Sometimes mushrooms are used, and actually give the gravy a "meatier" flavor.
Katie suggests serving yours over buttered noodles instead of mashed potatoes, which is a unique and potentially easier way to serve it. No mashing required!
Whatever way you do it, this is an easy meal to add to your monthly rotation, and a crowd pleaser too. When you use Christina's sheet pan variation, you don't even have to dirty more than one pan to get side dishes too.
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