Salisbury Steak – The Old-Fashioned Method To Cook an Awesome Meal
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Do You Remember Enjoying This As A Kid? I Sure Do!
Did you know that the salisbury steak was invented by a 19th century physician, James Salisbury?
I didn’t either, but apparently he believed beef would solve many physical problems, and suggested this steak should be eaten three times a day. Of course, accompanied with plenty of water to cleanse the digestive system. I’m not as certain of the health benefits of this old-fashioned dish, but I do think it’s scrumptious!
I have to admit, though, that this recipe from Bobbi Meyer is pretty healthy (not to mention delicious!) If you’re using lean ground beef and making sure your ketchup is low-sugar, I guess you could have this even if you’re on a diet!
But that’s not why I decided to give Bobbi’s recipe a try. I made it because it looked really easy, super tasty, and because I think she’s pretty awesome, too! Have you seen all those recipes from her? She’s got plenty, and I intend to try them all, one at a time.
Recipe and image courtesy of YouTube and Bobbi Meyer – check out more, delicious recipes from Bobbi’s Kitchen!
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