Jan 17, 2012

Skinny Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy




Lean ground beef and turkey are combined with breadcrumbs and sauteed onions then shaped into patties and simmered in a mushroom gravy to create a lightened version of this retro American dish. 

Serve this with Skinny Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Skinny Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes or for a low-carb option Creamy Cauliflower Puree and you have a complete meal.


It's hard not to imagine a TV dinners when you think of Salisbury Steak, originally a poor man's beef dish made with ground beef and fillers, shaped to resemble a real steak back in the great depression when steak was a luxury. 


I recently was asked to create a lightened up Salisbury Steak, and I was excited to play around with this! For my skinny version, I combined turkey and lean beef to keep it light yet still maintain a beefy flavor. The addition of mushrooms to the gravy completes the dish sneaking in vegetables and giving this a wonderful flavor. 

My family loved this, from my picky teen, toddler and husband. I'm sure yours will too!!



Skinny Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy
Skinnytaste.com
Servings: 8 • Size: 1 patty w/ mushroom gravy • Old Points: 4 • Points+:
6 pts 
Calories:
247.5 • Fat: 11 g • Protein: 27 g • Carb: 10.5 g • Fiber: 1 g • Sugar: 2.5 g
Sodium:
357.5 mg (without salt) 


Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 tsp oil
  • 3/4 cup onions, minced
  • 1 lbs 93% lean ground beef
  • 1 lb 93% lean ground turkey
  • 1/2 cup dry breadcrumbs
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 large egg white
  • 2 cups beef broth
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/8 tsp ground black pepper, to taste
  • 8 oz sliced mushrooms
  • 2 tbsp all-purpose flour
  • 2 tbsp tomato paste
  • 1 tsp red wine vinegar
  • 2 tsp Worcestershire sauce, to taste
  • 1/2 tsp mustard powder
  • 1/4 cup water
  • chopped parsley for garnish (optional)

Directions:


Sauté onions in oil over medium heat until golden brown, about 5 minutes.


In a large bowl, combine half of the sautéed onions, ground beef, ground turkey, bread crumbs, egg, egg white, 1/4 cup beef broth, salt and black pepper.


Shape into 8 oval patties.


In a large deep skillet over medium-high heat, brown both sides of patties. Set aside on a dish.


Add mushrooms to the skillet, season with salt and pepper and sauté 2-3 minutes.
Return patties to the skillet with the mushrooms.
In a small bowl, blend flour and remaining broth until smooth. Mix in remaining onions, tomato paste, vinegar, water, worcestershire sauce and mustard powder.

Pour over meat and mushrooms in skillet.

Cover and cook on low heat for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally. Serve over Skinny Garlic Mashed Potatoes with a vegetable on the side. Enjoy!!

245 comments :

  1. This sounds delicious on a cold winter day. Yum! I will have to try this soon. Have a great day!

    XX Hilary
    http://thehippinista.blogspot.com/

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  2. Serving Size: 3 chicken bites??

    What??? LOL

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  3. Gina - What do you think the conversion would be if we used bison meat? It's leaner than ground, and I wonder if I could use it completely, as opposed to including turkey.

    Thoughts?

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  4. This sounds awesome - love salisbury steak. I like the idea of combining the ground turkey with the beef!

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  5. This is perfect, my boyfriend just requested this for dinner, and there was no way I was eating the frozen kind. Thank you again for all your great recipes!

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  6. I'm also wondering about that serving size....lol

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  7. I am also wondering about serving size!

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  8. I have been wanting salisbury steak for a while, but my recipe is way too many pts. Thank you for coming up with an alternative for me!!! I can't wait to try it!

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  9. It looks like she just forgot to change the serving size from the previous recipe - Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites :)

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  10. Looks deelish! I want to try this out. How about a lightened up chicken king ranch casserole?? We eat it in Texas.

    http://homesicktexan.blogspot.com/2007/10/king-of-casseroles-king-ranch-chicken.html

    Thanks, love your blog. You are amazing.

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    1. I think I emailed Gina the same link awhile back. Great minds think alike! I''m waiting with bated breath for Skinny King Ranch Chicken! I'll be making Salisbury steak this weekend. It looks and sounds so similar to my mom's recipe that uses Golden Mushroom Soup!

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  11. What a delicious way to eat skinny!

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  12. Sure you can use bison instead, I'm sure the points would be pretty close.

    The serving size is one patty with mushrooms and gravy. Over potatoes it's quite filling!

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  13. Perfect comfort food for a cold Winters night! Thanks Gina!! :)

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  14. This is definitely going on the meal plan for next week.

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  15. A friend introduced me to this site! I have tried 9 recipes in the last 8 days, and we have not been disappointed. I can't wait to try the salisbury steak tonight! Thanks so much!!!

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  16. Tonight's dinner! Thanks Gina, my kitchen has literally come to life because of your website. :)

    Kitsy

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  17. I am so glad you posted this! My husband and I were just talking about Salisbury Steak the other night. Can't wait. This might just be on the menu for tomorrow night. Already have lean ground beef defrosted too.

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  18. I can't wait to try! Looks delish! I am going to puree the mushrooms as I'm not a fan of the texture. Should I use less water since I'll be doing that? Or maybe just let it cook longer? What do you think?

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  19. Thanks for all the great recipes! I've tried several in the last couple of weeks and they were all good. This one is next on the list!

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  20. This looks so good!Is it a possibility for you to go half potatoes & half cauliflower and than follow the directions for either the skinny garlic or skinny buttermilk mashed potatoes? I was just wondering. I'll have to give this at try. Love your site Gina! :-)

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  21. Oh, this is comfort food for sure! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  22. Yum! Lightened up versions of comfort food always have my vote. :)

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  23. The mushroom gravy steak looks so dreamy
    I think I will use this recipe and delight the whole family.

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  24. this takes me back to elementary school.

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  25. This sounds great! It will defintiely be on our menu for next week! Thank you for all your wonderful recipes!

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  26. This looks wonderful, I am in love with mushrooms.

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  27. We love your recipes but what I really need to know is how on earth do you get your toddler to eat meat!! My 19 month old will not eat ANY form of meat no matter how delicious!

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  28. I love your blog!!

    These recipes are perfect for my boyfriend and I to cook healthy meals together.

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  29. I don't like mushrooms. Would the sauce be just as good if I left them out??

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  30. Hi Gina... I just want to say that I never comment on anything on the internet...am definitely a lurker. BUT! I love your recipes and your site. I have made a ton of them this past week to put in the freezer. I have been cooking from your site for the last few months and tonight I made your banana chocolate chip muffins and that was all it took for me to make up my mind to leave a comment here! Thank you, thank you for all your hard work that you have shared with all of us..even the lurkers :)

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  31. I made this tonight and it was absolutely delcious!!! I made it with the skinny garlic mashed potatoes and green beans. So good and guiltless! You are so talented! Thank you for sharing your amazing gift with us!

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  32. This sounds fabulous! We'll definitely be trying it.

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  33. Thanks for all your comments, even if I don't respond to every one, I read them all and smile. Especially from the lurkers!

    You can leave the mushrooms out if you're not a fan.

    Anonymous, I feed my toddler everything we eat. Sometimes she'll like it, sometimes she won't but I find if you keep giving it to them eventually they will eat it all. Don't stress to much about it.

    Kanoe, sure!

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  34. I've been craving old-time comfort food lately. Last night we had skinny sloppy joes. This is going on my list of must try recipes. Thanks so much.

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  35. I made this for dinner tonight and it was delicious! As a bonus we have lots of leftovers for lunches. But we will probably run short on the sauce, which was so good that we used more than the serving size tonight. Thanks for the great recipe!

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  36. I think I'll put this on next week's menu for sure! Sounds so awesome! Thanks! Eating the marvelous Crock Pot Bolognese Sauce right now. Delish!!! Beth

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  37. You make the most fabulous meals! I haven't had Salisbury steak in forever!

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  38. Just curious, about how much of the meat mixture in each patty? i am awful at making things even! i look forward to trying this and seeing how it is!

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  39. I love Salisbury Steak, I see the the Recipe calls for Tomatoes Paste, Do you think the Tomatoes Paste really makes the Sauce? I'm allergic to any type of Tomatoes, Would leaving this out make a huge difference?

    Or any alternatives?

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  40. this looks delish. Must try!!!!
    Thanks Gina!! You rock!

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  41. OOh I would like to try this yum yum

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  42. I made this last night for supper, it was awesome, thanks for the recipe. I made extra gravy, just added one more of everything...turned out great.

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  43. I LOVE what you do for us!!!!! Thank you! The only complaint I have are the bloggers.... I wish people would blog AFTER they have tried a recipe instead of commenting about how good it SOUNDS. Getting comments after a recipe has been tried would be so much more useful. Don't you think??

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    1. I was just thinking the same thing. I tried this tonight and it was a little bland for my family. I didn't have an onion though and used dehydrated minced onions. I was reading through to see if anyone had the same problem or a solution. Love the site and recipes!

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  44. This looks deee-lish!! But how would you half this recipe? There's only two of us at my house. I am specifically referring to the whole and egg and the one egg white. Thanks!

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    1. I made the whole batch, doubled the gravy, and froze half.

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    2. I halved just the patty mixture (1 lb beef, 1 whole egg etc) but kept the gravy part as written since we like extra gravy!

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  45. Looks great but makes a lot for just my husband and myself. How would you freeze the rest??

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  46. I love salisbury steak! This looks awesome. I could go for some right now

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  47. So yummy! Reminds me of dinner at my grandmother's house! I'm a new follower and can't wait to read more of your skinny recipes! katiekateskitchen@blogspot.com

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  48. WOW, does that look good! Do you know if I can get gluten-free bread crumbs anywhere? That and gluten-free flour for the gravy and I'm good to go!! =)

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  49. Gina, thank you so much for your recipes. I've just rejoined WW and am doing points plus and have lost 5 pounds in the past 2 1/2 weeks using your recipes. My husband has loved every dish too. Favorites already: Skinny Baked Brocalli Mac-n-Cheese, Best Low Fat Chocolate Chip Cookies, Easiest Pasta and Broccalli, Chicken Pot Pie Soup, Baked Oatmeal with Blueberries and Bananas, Baked Rice and Peas.... and on and on. I haven't made a dish yet that wasn't fabulous. I don't even feel like I'm "dieting". I know the Salisbury Steak will be a hit too.... THANK YOU.

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  50. Comfort food at it's finest!!! I make my gravy almost the same way except I use brown rice flour. Can't wait to try this!

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  51. Tried this last night and loved it. Only used ground turkey because that was all I had on hand, but it was great nonetheless. With all that beef stock it still had a good meaty flavor.

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  52. This is crazy that you posted this today. I went to Costco with my dad and he was looking at their prepared food section which had Salisbury steak and mashed potatoes with it. Something told me to tell him to hold off (I got fish instead) and I come here and see this! It's already on my list for meals next week so I thank you! :)

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  53. Wendy in Texas1/18/12, 6:41 PM

    This is the best comfort food fix I've had in a LONG time! My family never knew it was healthy!!! Gina, thanks so much for your recipes and inspiration!

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  54. I have recently created a weekly menu and tonight was supposed to be Shepard's Pie....but when I took a look at this recipe this morning, well I just had to make it! It was so delicious! I was a little concerned about my gravy since it came out more red than brown. I just added some more beef broth and a little beef bouillon. Perfect!! Husband said this is a "do again"! BTW, the 15 year old son said your Swedish Meatballs is a definite keeper! He gave it thumbs up...since his mouth was full! Thank for all of the great recipes! I am spreading the word!

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  55. I made this tonight, it was wonderful! Thank you so much Gina! I have been wanting Salisbury Steak for a while, it is my ultimate comfort food.

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  56. So glad you all like it!
    To make this gluten-free, you can replace the bread crumbs with gluten free oatmeal. You can try thickening the gravy with rice flour instead.

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  57. This looks amazing! I'll be making this on the weekend :)

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  58. I made this for dinner last night and it was wonderful. There is just my husband and me. I made 6 TV dinners with what was left. Now we have 3 more yummy meals without me having to cook. Just pull out of the freezer early, let thaw, pop in microwave when time to eat. Just found your site yesterday, love it and passed it on to my friends.

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  59. Jimee,
    Just curious....what kind of container do you use for your "tv dinners"? I am always afraid of ice covered, freezer burned food. Would love to know your secret!

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  60. I will definitely be making this; I LOVE Salisbury steak & mushrooms...& haven't had it in forever! Thanks! :-)

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  61. I made this last night and it was FABULOUS!!!! All three of my kids raved about it which doesn't happen often. Usually someone is having a pb sandwich at our house.:-) I paired it with the mashed potatoes that call for buttermilk. I also left more of the potato liquid on mine when draining and did not need to add the full amount of buttermilk. They were so good. Just another way to cut out some of the fat. Thanks so much for sharing.:-)

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  62. So glad you all liked it! Nothing beats homemade TV dinner!

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  63. I made this last night and it was amazing!!!! I was unsure about the gravy but it was delicious! Oh instead of turkey I used deer meat! very lean!

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  64. We had this last night and it was wonderful as are all your recipes we have tried! Love love love them and how you include the WW pts. Thanks so much for what you do!

    s3mcv@yahoo.com

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  65. Oh my this looks so yummy!!! I am adding this to my menu list for next week will let you know how it turns out.

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  66. I made this last night with venison and it was wonderful! I served it with mashed potatoes and green beans. My family asked me to add it to the rotation, so it's definitely a keeper.

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  67. I made this last night. My whole family liked it. Tonight we are having leftovers hamburger style in a bun. It's comfort food at its best! Thanks Gina!

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  68. Just went to Stew leonards to get all these ingredients!!! So excited to make this tonight!!!

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  69. Doubling up on the sauce only adds one point (and ensures extra yumminess for leftovers!)

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  70. I made this last night using ground turkey and venison. My fiance loved it!

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  71. I made this tonight with ground bison! It was really tastey! With the skinny mashed potatoes is a must!

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  72. This was such a great meal - easy, hearty, and the meat tasted so juicy - despite using the leanest ground meat I could find. We loved it. Thanks Gina!!

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  73. OH MY GOODNESS!!! This was so delicious! I felt like I was eating something that was just stacked with PP+, but it's so reasonable even with garlic mashed potatoes. It was so SATISFYING, and my roommates loved it, too! Perfect, hearty meal for 3 health conscious college girls!

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  74. One of my personal training clients told me about your site. You have a lot of great recipes on here. Your recipes are totally my style of cooking. comfort food done healthy. Especially this recipe which reminds me of my meatloaf. Recipes like this one make for an awesome winter dish that fills you up, warms you up and ramps up the nutritional value. I'll definitely be back for more. Keep 'em coming.

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  75. I made this tonight for my picky husband and we both loved it!! The gravy really makes it so much better! Thank you!!

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  76. I am unashamed to say that I absolutely love the frozen salisbury steak I grew up with. So much so that I have not liked any other salisbury steak, until I tried this. It's definitely different than the frozen stuff, but close enough that it's still familiar. So much flavor!

    This is definitely going in the go-to pile!

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  77. One word. AMAZING! I'll definitely be making this again! I made these with mashed potatoes and green beans and put the leftovers in individual containers to freeze.

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  78. I've never made salisbury steak, but this actually looks very tasty...I'm excited to give this a go!

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  79. Oh my gosh - I made this 2 nights ago, and I had a friend over for dinner, along with my hubs and I. We LOVED this!! This is truly my kind of recipe - easy to make, great stats, and sure to impress. My hubby couldn't wait to eat the leftovers the next night too - makes a lot, and perfectly portioned too. Thanks!!!

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  80. Made this on Thursday. It was a big hit with the husband and kids. Made it with the cauliflower puree. Soooooo good and was even better the next day

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  81. This was simply delicious, we loved it. Made it with with the skinny mashed potato and was awesome. Thanks a lot Gina!

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  82. Yum this was delicious - just enjoyed it for dinner tonight. The meat was nicely seasoned on it's own, the sauce was fantastic, and together - perfect. Thanks for another winner.

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  83. I plugged this in to the Recipe Builder and got 6 points+ per serving instead of 5. The serving sizes were really large, so I'd probably make 9 or 10 patties and bring the points+ value down to 5. I substituted garlic & herb breadcrumbs, which were yummy.

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  84. I can't believe this dish was WW friendly-- I THANK YOU GINA! I feel compelled to share this with everyone! and the leftovers were just as yummy!!!

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  85. OMG just made this tonight and it was fabulous!!!!!!! Make it with the mashed cauliflower -- better than potatoes!!!!!!

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  86. Made this tonight and it was husband approved! My taste buds are so confused because even though it tasted good it was spot on frozen meal replica (which is the only Salisbury steak I've ever had) so I felt like for sure I was either doing something wrong / wondering why it wasn't rubbery meat! Thanks for finally making me a recipe forbsalisbury steak with ingredients that dont contain chemicals!misnr

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  87. I made this tonight & my husband and I loved it!!. I think I messed up on the sauce because mine was more red than brown, but the taste was great! This will go in the recipe box. And it made a TON of food!

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  88. I made this over the weekend and it is a good solid recipe. I never would have thought to mix the 2 types of meat, but it had great flavor and even better texture. I was tempted to add garlic and I'm glad I didn't. The sauce has great flavor and is very complementary. I served it with whole grain egg noodles. It makes A LOT so plenty of leftovers. I will make this next time I'm hosting for book club. Thanks Gina!

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  89. I made this tonight. So good! My husband loved it. My 4 year old inhaled it. My 12 month old even ate it. (My 5 year old didn't but he doesn't like anything!) I love that it makes 8 servings. I froze the left overs so we have 2 more nights of dinner! Also, it didn't taste diet at.all. I feel bad... like I cheated LOL. I guess that's a good thing! haha

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  90. Hi Gina, I am so excited that I ran across your webpage. You have so many awesome recipes!!

    I'm pretty picky about my veggies and I'm new to Weight Watchers. It is hard to be both a WWer and veggie-hater. lol. I think your recipes have awesome potential, and I'm cooking a new one each day. Kinda like Julie & Julia except you're the blog writer. :)

    We tried the salisbury steak over cauli/potato mash last night and everyone really loved it. The boys didn't know cauliflower was even involved until everyone's plate was clean.

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  91. This was soooo good!

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  92. I was super excited when I saw this recipe! I just made it tonight for dinner and had rave reviews from my fiance and my tummy :) Your site is a life saver!! I've made a few recipes from your site and loved every single one! You should however put a disclaimer on this one, it's way to hard to have only one!

    Thanks much for all the yummy food!

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  93. I don't eat mushrooms will this still come out the same if I omit the mushrooms

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  94. Delicious! My husband, 2 year old and I all gobbled it up. Thank you, Gina!

    We made it exactly as written, except we used ground venison in place of the ground turkey. It was fantastic. Definitely a keeper in our household.

    I will warn everyone though: the patties may look small (or at least mine did), but they are FILLING. Made the mistake of having more than one last night and I was uncomfortably stuffed. Even my hubby said he should have stopped earlier. Go by Gina's servings and just have 1. Very filling!

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  95. You know that movie "What About Bob?" with Bill Murray? I sounded just like him in the scene where he's eating the fried chicken---the only thing I could say was "'Mmmm-mmm-MMM! This is so GOOD!" Delicious, wonderful gravy, and I love the texture of the meat. You would never guess it's "skinny."

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  96. I have this simmering right now, and if it taste as good as it smells! (it does I took a sample!) Thank you SOOOO much for putting all of this wonderful food on here! I am learning how to cook healthy..and honestly I would be lost without your blog! The last two weeks have dinners has come straight from here, and every single one of them have been amazing!!! I wish there was some way I could show you just how much I appreciate this...thank you just isn't enough! You are awesome!

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  97. Just okay. Not enough flavor for me. The sauce was definetly lacking and I like my gravy thicker. My husband and I both agreed we wouldn't make it again. I'll stick with my Cooking Light version.

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  98. Must say this was better than expected. I'm not a fan of Salisbury steak that's for sure, but this was different. It had great flavor and I was satisfied after one piece with your garlic mashed potatoes. Even my children loved it. Thanks!

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  99. I made this for dinner tonight for my husband and his coworker. These are two men with big appetites and an aversion to "healthy" foods. We all loved it. My husband, who loves his mashed potatoes didn't even realize these weren't my usual batch and asked that I make this again exactly the same! Thank you!

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  100. OMG!!!!!!! I made this this weekend and it was outrageous!!!! I made it with your skinny buttermilk and chive mashed potatoes and it was a hit! My husband and I LOVED it!

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  101. I made this recipe this week and it was a huge hit. My hubby is a good sport when it comes to all the "light" food I make for him but this time he said "thanks for making me regular food". That is a big compliment! haha Thanks for all you do!!

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  102. This was wonderful! My husband, who usually does not like ground turkey even loved it. The kids said I must put this recipe on "the keep list"! You really know how to lighten a recipe without getting too far away from original. Thanks!

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  103. These were delish and the family loved them!

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  104. I really loved this recipe. I forgot to put in the tomato paste but the gravy was so delicious that it didn't even matter. I loved the combination of ground meats. This will be made a lot in my house! Thanks!

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  105. This recipe was so amazing that my 5-year-old son gave me a hug after dinner, I couldn't believe it!

    I have been following your blog now for a couple of months and plan my weekly menu off your recipes. We do gluten-free, so I always change the recipes in some way, but they always turn out amazing!

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  106. Janet in AZ1/29/12, 2:31 PM

    Made this for dinner last week- everyone loved it!!! Another one of your awesome recipes! Thank you thank you! :) I absolutely love your site and tell all my friends about it!

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  107. This one was very good!

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  108. Wow, this was great! We actually fought over who got to take the leftovers for lunch tomorrow. Thanks for another wonderful recipe!

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  109. I made this last night, along with your skinny mashed potatoes. Let me just say this dish was AMAZING! This will be a regular in my menu planning!

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  110. I made this with turkey and chicken broth because I had both in the house. It was sooooo good, the leftovers were even better. I visit this site every day for your incredible array of recipes! Thank you!

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  111. Making this tonight can't wait :)

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  112. I've been craving Stouffer's Salisbury steak for weeks now! For sure I'll be giving this a try!

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  113. Oh, my, word! This was one of the best dinners I have made in a long time. I cut it in half, and used all beef, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. I served it with the buttermilk mashed potatoes and peas, and everyone in the house was thrilled. (And the leftovers look much better than any Hungry Man.) We'll definitely be making this one again!

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  114. I made this for dinner tonight and it was delicious! I've added it to my "Favorite Recipes" notebook and will be making it on a regular basis. Thanks again for another great recipe!

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  115. This was WONDERFUL!! I actually yelled "yum" to my own empty living room last night! Thanks so much for your website, it's saved me and my efforts at Weight Watchers!

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  116. I made this tonight and the fam LOVED it!!! The gravy with mushrooms was perfect! Thanks!!!

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  117. We had this tonight and it is a keeper! I did halve the meat portion but kept the sauce quantity the same. Using half a pound of each meat, we still got 6 patties out of it which was just enough for our family. I did add a little more worc. sauce and tomato paste to flavor the sauce a little more. It was delicious!

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  118. Seriously cannot believe such a delicious gravy was made with no cream/fat!! Thanks for this and all of your super recipes. I started using your recipes about a month ago and now my fiance sees me making dinner and says "Skinny?" with hope in voice because we just LOVE all of your recipes. Thanks!

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  119. VERY delicious! I made these for dinner last night and my husband loved and I just loved it! It came out just like the picture too! Can't believe eating healthy can be so yummy! So glad this website.

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  120. I made this tonight with cauliflower mashed "potatoes" and green beans. It was really yummy, especially the gravy with all the mushrooms and onions. Love that it's a tasty low WW point meal too. Plus, my husband loved it, so I will definitely make it again!

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  121. This week it was all Skinny taste recipes. My family loved this dish it came out so good I share some of the meal with my mom and husband and they loved it. I used Organic ground beef and I think it gave it a really good flavor.

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  122. This was absolutely delicious. I used ground chicken in place of the ground turkey as the store didn't hav any ground turkey out when I went to the store.

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  123. BetteBoop332/5/12, 6:18 PM

    Wonderful, keep the recipes coming.

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  124. Just finished this for dinner, and it was very very good. Can't wait for leftovers tomorrow!

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  125. I am currently on the last step, counting down the minutes :) I cannot believe how much the recipe makes, it could feed an army! I feel in love with it already during my "sampling"!

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  126. my second dish so far with great reviews/ *sighs of relief...dijon lime chicken was the first with lots of sticky thumbs up! thx for this site.

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  127. Wow, another yummy meal! Hubby and kids all had seconds. Thanks again.

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  128. 2 thumbs up from my meat and potatoes husband ;)

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  129. This was soo good! Just had it for dinner, another winner!Thanks!

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  130. Made this tonight and the whole family loved it. Tasted just like Salisbury Steak.

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  131. Really good and you get a nice portion for those on WW! Loved the flavor of the sauce.

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  132. OMG--- my kids ate this and asked for seconds! That never happens, ever. I made it with mashed potatoes and steamed veggies! This may be a staple in my menu at this rate!

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  133. This was tasty! I was able to trick my dad into eating ground turkey (which he hates)!

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  134. This was super yummy! Since it is just me and the hubby (My 3 year old doesn't eat much at all and the baby doesn't have teeth yet, lol.) I put some of the patties in the freezer and I am in the process of defrosting a couple as we speak. How many calories do you think it would be without the gravy?

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  135. So YUMMY! My husband (who is SUPER picky) and I (thought I hated salisbury steak) both loved it! I made it with the parmesan broccoli and mashed potatoes. It may become a staple in our house. :)

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  136. Just made this last night yum... it was a hit was trying to find something different to make. I didn't have onions or beef broth so i used a can of french onion soup it was good.
    Thanks again love your site.

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  137. This is a great recipe! There are only 2 of us, so I made half of the recipe as steaks (oval shapes), and had double the mushrooms with each one, and made the other half of the batch shaped as burger patties (in the sauce), and then froze them to have as hamburgers another week. Both versions are very, very delicious, filling and easy!

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  138. I am making this for dinner tonight. I am cutting the meat to one pound of ground turkey(there are only 3 of us) and I don't want the extra fat. I figure it will still have a beefy flavor with the stock and tomato paste. Serving with sauted spinach and a tiny bit of mashed potatoes.

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  139. I made this 2 nights ago and OMG! This was so delicious. This makes a lot so it was good for leftovers and to bring to work. The mushroom gravy sauce is amazing and especially drizzled over mashed potatoes (yum). I did omit a couple of things like the red wine vinegar and worchestire sauce simply because it wasnt on hand. I will definitely make this again. This is a new family favorite.

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  140. Made this last night and I thought I had died and gone to heaven...it was awesome!! I just used all beef since I didn't have any turkey on hand, but followed the rest of the directions. The sauce is to die for...yummy mixed in the mashed potatoes. I was so happy today that I didn't have to share the leftovers with anyone...just finished it up and it was just as good as it was last night. Thank you for such an awesome recipe!! Now off to bake your lowfat brownies :)...

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  141. Didn't know what to do for dinner tonight, came to Gina's and saw the Skinny Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy and since I had everything in my pantry...it is now simmering on the stove. Smells wonderful, can't wait to try it. Don't have any potatoes so will be serving this over brown rice. Can't wait!
    I love that it is such a large recipe. Three of us in the house so this will make two dinners and lunch for 2. I love planned overs. It is so nice to have the extra meals in the freezer ready to go on a night we don't feel like cooking.

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  142. I put this in the oven because I didn't have a big enough stove top pan. It was still amazing!

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  143. This turned out sooo good! The husband was very surprised to find out it was a healthy recipe.

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  144. I just started following you and made this recipe today. I'm not usually a SS fan, but this was AMAZING! The flavor was so full and even my picky husband loved it and said "Let's save the leftovers" which he NEVER says! Thanks for such a yummy recipe! It will be a favorite for years to come.

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  145. O-M-G !!! made this tonight....PURE-D comfort food - NO DOUBT!

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  146. Made this tonight and all I can say is YUUUUUUMY!!! Thanks for this delish recipe Gina!!

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  147. Really good! As delicious as any salibury steak recipe that I have made. My husband said it was a "keeper", and we all know that's the true test ;)

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  148. Hi Gina, made this a few weeks ago and it was amazing! There are only three of us so of course I portioned and froze leftovers, reheated tonight and made half the sauce from the recipe and placed thawed patties to warm up. Served with egg noodles this time, once again a total winner! Thanks again, Julie

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  149. Gina this is so good! Finicky husband loved it too!
    My Recipe Box is full of your great recipes and every one that I've tried has been a hit...a healthy hit! Thank you so much for sharing your dishes, your mouth watering photos and for caring about our health too!

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  150. Just made this tonight. Everyone loved it. From the 3 year old to the 41 year old. My oldest even thanked me for the terrific meal. :)

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  151. Made this for dinner last night. wonderful flavor. my 9 year old even liked it. can't wait for left overs tonight! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  152. My husband and I simply loved this recipe....we've had it for the last two nights and will have it for lunch tomorrow....the gravy is delightful ...would you have any suggestions for the gravy in any other recipe? I would so love to hear from you....this is too good to waste on "one" recipe! Thank you so much.

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  153. Is there a way to make it without the wine vinegar my mother is alergic but loves salisbury steak. What would you suggest using instead?

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  154. Cynthia from VA3/26/12, 9:37 PM

    Once again another GREAT recipe! You make weight watchers so much easier. I am not bored anymore with what I am eating, my tastebuds are alive. My kids love these salisbury steaks! I will have to double the recipe the next time because 8 was just not enough that's how much my family loved these! I think I have made 8 total of your recipes now, and have yet to be unhappy with the turn out. Thank you once again

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  155. I just made this tonight....it is so darn good! And so easy to make. Two thumbs up! You have a great site and wonderful recipes

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  156. I never had salisbury steak before so I really have nothing to compare it to. I figured it was worth a try and it would be something different for a change. I'm glad I gave it a try because I was pleasantly surprised. It's not something I could eat over and over again since I am more of a veggie/pasta lover, but I will def add this to my recipe box and make it every so often for a nice change! My hubby on the other hand loved it and packed the leftovers up for lunch tomorrow!

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  157. I have made this twice, and my husband just loves it! He has bragged about this dish to all of his buddies at work, and can't tell at all that it is "skinny". Thanks for another great recipe!

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  158. Is there anyway you could bake the whole dish at the end...my skillet does not have enough room for 8 patties

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  159. I made this tonight, it was great! My husband even enjoyed it :)

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  160. I made these for Sunday dinner. I couldn't find lean grass-fed beef so I used Buffalo instead. They were GREAT! I was told (twice by two different people) "this is the best meal you have ever made". Thanks! I'm trying the Cuban pork next.

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  161. This was AMAZING!!!! Served with the buttermilk potatoes (added garlic) and the roasted green beans with parmesan. TO DIE FOR!

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  162. Very filling and delicious! What made it even better was that my entire family loved it!

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  163. Made this tonight for my boyfriend and I. He loves those horrible-for-you salisbury steaks from the freezer section, so I thought I would give this a try. We both LOVED it! I used ground chicken and omitted the beef all together. If you do this, make sure to add half a cup or so extra bread crumbs.
    Thanks for the recipe!

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  164. These are FANTASTIC! All five of us loved them. I have made dinner from your blog six nights in a row, and everything has been a success. THANK YOU!

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  165. This has become a family favorite! My toddler particularly loves it. Thank you so much!

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  166. Cindy Krenke6/2/12, 3:18 PM

    This is a recipe I've made before from skinnytaste.com: skinny salisbury steak, but this time I put my salisbury patty on a skinny bagel (from Aldi) & topped it with a slice of low fat Swiss. This plate was a fabulous meal & 9 points total. Yummy! At :)

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  167. Made this tonight! So good! I left out the egg white and panko and it was still good!

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  168. For the simply filling peeps out there the points for this dish is: 1 serving(1 patty with mushroom gravy)=1 point

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  169. Wow! Made this for dinner last night and am so happy that I had a lot of points left for the day because I had seconds! Great recipe that I will definitely be making again. I served it with the Skinny Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes, which were also scrumptious! Thanks a bunch!

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  170. I made this for dinner tonight and thought it was awesome! Very easy to make and the best Salisbury steak I've ever had. I served it with oven roasted broccoli.

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  171. I was searching for a healthier version of salisbury steak when I came upon your site. I'm so happy I did. I made this for hubby and I last night along with your skinny buttermilk mashed potatoes and Ellie Kreiger's Parmesan Zucchini Crips. We enjoyed a fantastic supper. I'll be back for more recipes. Thanks

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  172. Yum! I make this for dinner tonight and the family and I just love, love, Loved it! I will be making this again for sure. We subbed a few ingredients but turned out great. Thanks for sharing this and all the other great recipies here :)

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  173. I made this the other night for supper it was DELICIOUS! And from a mishap with my hamburger meat I ended up having all turkey patties (a defiant first for me) I LOVED it the gravy was to die for! Thank you for this blog it has made my transition to a PCOS friendly diet so much easier :)

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  174. Made this recipe last night and it is simply wonderful. I haven't tried anything yet that the whole family hasn't enjoyed. Keep the delicious recipes coming!

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  175. This recipe was delicious!!!!!!

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  176. I made this tonight, it was wonderful. My fussy, don't feed me anything healthy husband loved it.

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  177. Great recipe!! Made this last night- I even screwed it up planning on halving it- used half the meat and just one egg (no white)- but got too into the recipe and added everything else in full amounts- still turned out great! Oh and the mashed potatoes? Kind of ate two servings they were that fab. Thanks Gina!

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  178. I made this for dinner tonight.....loved it. Very tender and full of flavor. Best part is the simple ingredients bound to be found in the pantry at all times. Only thing I changed was old fashioned oats instead of bread crumbs....can'ttell the difference. Thank you Gina

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    1. Wow, never thought of using oats instead of bread crumbs. I'm trying that next time!

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  179. What if you can eat mushrooms! Can you use something else to make the gravy!

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  180. Just made this:D it is beyond amazing my 17 month old loves it! thank you so much for making healthy eatting so yummy

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  181. So good! Served it with garlic mashed sweet potatoes and I can't believe it's not completely fattening! I can eat healthy all the time if it's this good.

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  182. I made this tonight. Delish!!! The only things I changed were I added about 1 tbsp of worcheshire sauce and extra salt and pepper. I made it in the crock pot.... after I lightly fried the steaks, I put them in a crock pot, poured the sauce on top and cooked it on high for four hours! Served with regular mashed potatoes (made with skim milk and no butter) and carrots. I have enought for a few extra meals.... which I am looking forward to.

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  183. Also forgot to mention, I could not find group turkey and made it with ground chicken... litle sticky when dividing, but otherwise worked well.

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  184. I made this tonight and it was even better than I had hoped! I served it with a side of acorn squash. We didn't even miss the potatoes! Everyone of your recipes I have tried have been awesome!!!! Didn't even taste like we were eating light!! Thank you!!!!

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  185. One more thing, I loved that this made enough to serve for two more meals (at least)! I was able to make 9 patties!!

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  186. This is my go to meal for my steak and potato loving husband. This is so hearty and it looks beautiful when plated...at least I think so.

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  187. I made this tonight and loved it! Doesn't taste "skinny" at all!

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  188. I loved this! The only problem was that the meat mixture was a little too wet to form into a patty that would stick together well. Next time I make it, I'm going to leave the broth out of the meat mixture. I love skinnytaste!!!

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  189. Do you know what I can use in place of the bread crumbs to keep it Paleo? Maybe Almond Flour or Crushed Almonds?

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  190. I made this tonight and the whole family gobbled it up! Thanks for a great recipe once again!

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  191. Just made this for dinner and it was SO GOOD! I forgot to saute the mushrooms first and it didn't matter at all. I'd skip this step in the future, they cooked up great in the 20 minutes they were in the sauce. This is absolutely going to make it into our regular rotation. The whole family loved it.

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  192. Made this tonight minus the mushroom and super yummy. Even my picky 1 yr old gobbled it up

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  193. Gina- Im usually the cook of the house but tonight my mom in law made this recipe and it was good! I never post on websites but I've been a lurker for too long and Ive tried many of your dishes and family/friends love them! Thank you for sharing!

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