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Crock Pot Salisbury Steak

 Tender ground beef patties, are slow cooked to perfection, in a luxurious mushroom gravy.




My crock pot and I always become reacquainted during the colder months of the year. Mostly because of busy days at school. Working in a school cafeteria is exhausting. From placing orders, to serving food (baking, stocking, cleaning), there is never a quiet moment at work. So when I think I'll have a super busy day, I want my old friend Crock Pot to be working on my dinner, here at home.

I like to use my crock pot to try out new recipes. I love browsing recipes on Pinterest and I have often seen recipes for crock pot salisbury steak. I knew the family would love it, since I don't serve beef often enough. So I decided to try it. Now before you start wondering why anyone would cook meat before putting it into the crock pot, just remember that you aren't fully cooking the patties, but just browning the outside, so they don't fall apart while cooking. As they finish cooking low and slow all day, in gravy, they become so tender and delicious. I am not crazy about ground beef, or salisbury steak, but I ate two of these puppies, without complaining, LOL. They just melted in your mouth and the gravy was A-MA-ZING!



Crock Pot Salisbury Steak

2 lbs lean ground beef
1 packet dry onion soup mix
1/2 C panko bread crumbs
1 egg
1 small onion, finely chopped
1 C mushrooms, chopped
1 Tbs flour
1 C milk
salt and pepper
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 C beef broth

In a large bowl, combine the beef with the onion soup mix, bread crumbs and egg. Form mixture into 8 equally sized patties.

Preheat a large skillet over medium high heat. Add in the olive oil. Once the oil begins to ripple, add the patties to the pan. Cook for 2-3 minutes on each side; until a nice brown crust forms on the meat. Place browned patties into the crock pot, stacking alternately, like a pyramid.

Reduce heat under skillet to medium. Add the onion and mushrooms, and season with salt and pepper. Once onions become translucent, sprinkle mixture with flour. Stir to coat and cook for 2 minutes. Slowly add in the milk, stirring constantly to prevent lumps. Let cook until thickened; about 3-4 minutes.

Remove from heat and stir in chicken soup and beef broth. Pour gravy mixture over patties in crock pot. Cover and cook on LOW for 6-8 hrs. Serve with mashed potatoes.

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Comments

  1. This sounds so savory!! Me and my crockpot also have a seasonal relationship - quickly reacquainted in the cool months :) I normally don't cook steak often in the crockpot but can't wait to try this!

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    1. I am usually not a beef fan, but this was soooo good! Crock Pots in the colder months are heavenly :)

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  2. I love Salisbury steak and I have a crock pot that I never use until now. Thank you for sharing one of my favorite recipes.

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  3. Omg that recipe looks delicious, definitely trying it 😋

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  4. I never heard of this recipe, but I do love my crockpot so I am definitely going to try this at the weekend. x

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  5. Looks good! So much better than school cafeteria lunch which is the only way I've ever had this! Big improvement over that - ha!

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  6. Wow. That looks heavenly, I'd love to try this!

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