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If you want some fairly quick and easy Southern comfort food for your dinner, this Salisbury steak recipe is a good choice. It comes with a delicious gravy and yummy caramelized onions, and you can have all of it ready in an hour or less.
Think of salisbury steak as a really fancied up version of hamburger steak. (Something very similar to this was one of Mother’s midweek go-to main courses, when I was growing up, and I have continued the tradition.) You’ll often see some version of this in frozen TV dinners and the like, but don’t be fooled: None of that mass-produced, store-bought stuff can hold a candle to this.
And with such a straightforward recipe that you can complete in an hour, why settle for less than homemade?
Recipe and photo courtesy of Taste of Southern
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Quick Tip: You can add any of your favorite seasonings!