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Are you in the mood for something hearty, tummy-filling, and familiar? If so, you’re going to want to check out this amazing recipe for Salisbury steak. Now, you might be thinking that you don’t have time to throw together such a meal. After all, you’re busy! We totally understand as we’re busy over here at TASTEE Recipe, too.
That’s why we are excited to present to you, “Lazy Man’s Salisbury steak.”
This recipe is so easy to make! There is no need to slave over a hot stove mixing up your own brown gravy from scratch as this recipe calls for a simple store-bought McCormick gravy packet. Now, we know what you’re thinking, and we assure you that using this form of brown gravy tastes just as good as homemade, especially in this famous Salisbury steak recipe.
Recipe and photo courtesy of A Lot Of Recipes.
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Quick Tip: Use either freshly sliced mushrooms from your garden 9or store) or toss in the canned variety to make your life a wee bit simpler.