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The local diner was my favorite hangout place as a teenager. Me and my friends often went there after school just to charm our favorite waiter and eat their greasy but extremely delicious food. My food adventures as a teen were limited by my small allowance, which I found myself spending on mostly candy and other types of deliciously sinful junk food, and that diner was the answer to my budget issues. My favorite food from the menu was the Salisbury steak. It was the juiciest, tastiest steak that always made my afternoon complete. It was a family recipe, they said, which was the reason why they served it differently. It was how the owner had the steak as a boy. They served it with fries instead of mashed potatoes, and they always gave me extra gravy whenever the grumpy owner wasn’t looking. They used to even sneak me a milk shake to down the sinful food with.
Well, I’m not a teenager anymore and I’ve become more aware of what I’m eating, in terms of sugar and fat. I’ve been trying to find a Salisbury steak recipe that would be a little lighter than the traditional ones. This is a delicious recipe that I came across recently, and I turned it into something my waistline appreciates more. It was still incredibly tasty!
Photo courtesy of Cheap Bastid Cooks. Recipe courtesy of Recipe Lion.
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