For years my only association with Salisbury steak was the lunch lady serving up hockey pucks of ground beef on a tray with mounds of mashed potatoes.
In truth, this comfort food favorite goes far beyond the cafeteria. Even better? It's so easy to make and tastes at least a million times better made homemade.
We've got a bit of a thing for Salisbury steak around these parts so we've perfected making it in a few different ways none less delicious than the last.
From the cast iron skillet to the slow cooker to the sheet pan, here are the very best Salisbury steak recipes you'll ever try. Hands down. No contest.
Pioneer Woman Salisbury Steak Recipe
Believe me when I say that this copycat version of the Pioneer Woman Salisbury steak recipe is a total crowd pleaser - your family will love it! Flavorful Salisbury steak patties are cooked to perfection in a cast iron skillet then served with caramelized onions and rich gravy. Add mashed potatoes and dinner is served!
Slow Cooker Salisbury Steaks Recipe
With hundreds of thousands of views and shares, this easy slow cooker recipe is going to become your new favorite. If you're craving comfort food, this slow cooker Salisbury steaks recipe has you covered. Ground beef, onions and mushrooms slow cook together with a flavorful sauce (in lieu of the traditional gravy) before being served over buttery egg noodles.
Homemade Salisbury Steak Recipe
You can't ask for better than our homemade Salisbury steak with roasted potatoes recipe. This is a comfort food classic adapted to be cooked all on a single sheet pan making it incredibly easy to make while the juices from the beef soak into the potatoes and onions adding so much savory flavor.
Crockpot Salisbury Steak
This Crockpot Salisbury steak recipe is easy, needs very little preparation time and is sure to become a fast family favorite - it's the epitome of comfort food! A few minutes assembling the Salisbury steak patties, a quick browning on each side in a skillet and a few hours in the Crockpot result in one heck of a meal.
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