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The Easiest And Most Delicious Way To Make Salisbury Steak!
When it comes to comfort foods, Salisbury Steak is always a recipe that comes to mind. You can’t go wrong with tender ground beef patties smothered in a brown gravy sauce and mushrooms. I think if King Arthur did indeed eat Salisbury Steak, he would have used this recipe. The only question is, what would he have used for a Crock Pot? Perhaps a copper kettle a dragon’s fiery breath. This recipe is awesome because you get to have a reason to eat mashed potatoes and gravy!
What could be better than that? Maybe, winning the lottery but that’s about it. This recipe for slow cooker Salisbury Steak is super easy to make and leaves you with a fantastic supper to nosh on. You only need a few basic ingredients and your Crock Pot to get started.
I can remember my mother making Salisbury Steak for supper a lot when I was a kid. Although her recipe was amazing there always seemed to be quite a bit of steps involved. Not this recipe. You have the convenience of using the slow cooker. Yippee!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Cooktop Cove.
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Quick Tip: Make sure to liberally coat your Crock Pot with Pam cooking spray before starting t0 avoid sticking.