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Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy

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This classic Salisbury Steak recipe is smothered in mushroom gravy and ready in under 30 minutes!

Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy
Salisbury Steak

Lean ground beef and turkey are combined to lighten up this classic, retro American dish. My family loves it over these Instant Pot mashed potatoes or serve it over mashed cauliflower. I always have ground beef in my freezer, and one of the ground beef recipes I crave is this Salisbury Steak recipe. This makes enough for 2 nights for a family of four. Eat half and freeze the rest for another night.  If you love this recipe, you might also enjoy these Salisbury Steak Meatballs!

Salisbury Steak with mashed potatoes

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

My family loves this dish, everyone from my picky teen, toddler and husband. I’m sure yours will too!! It’s total comfort food and so much better when it’s homemade.

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This classic Salisbury Steak recipe is lightened up, smothered in mushroom gravy and ready in under 30 minutes!
Course: Dinner
Cuisine: American
Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy
Prep: 10 minutes
45 minutes
Total: 55 minutes
Yield: 8 Servings
Serving Size: 1 patty w/ mushroom gravy


  • 1 1/2 tsp oil
  • 3/4 cup onions, minced
  • lbs  93% lean ground beef
  • 1 lb 93% lean ground turkey
  • 1/2  cup  unseasoned breadcrumbs, or gluten free crumbs
  • 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
  • tbsp  all-purpose flour, or gluten-free flour blend
  • 2 tbsp tomato paste
  • 1 tsp red wine vinegar
  • tsp  Worcestershire sauce, to taste
  • 1/2  tsp  mustard powder
  • 1/4  cup  water
  • chopped parsley for garnish, optional


  • Sauté onions in oil over medium heat until golden brown, about 5 minutes.
    ingredients for Salisbury Steak
  • 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, about 4 to 5 min on each side, in batches as needed. 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.
    Salisbury Steak with 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.

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Serving: 1 patty w/ mushroom gravy, Calories: 247 kcal, Carbohydrates: 10.5 g, Protein: 27 g, Fat: 11 g, Sodium: 420 mg, Fiber: 1 g, Sugar: 2.5 g


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460 comments on “Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy”

  1. Whole family loved it but mine all fell apart. Some big pieces bit mine just didn’t look pretty. I also had to cook in batches and then added all to a pretty full pan. I doubled the mushroom. I make 8 servings for 4 adults. We have very little leftovers. Maybe a large size serving (so lunch for one of my adult toddlers who are 20 and 22. And hungry boys).

  2. Yum! I made this with just ground beef as my son is allergic to turkey and chicken. It was a huge hit. Served with mashed potatoes and broccoli. I’m usually a “double the sauce” person but there was plenty as written even for the potatoes. It took me a little longer than what the recipe says, but I’m just slow.

  3. Just made this last night with mashed potatoes and mixed veggies…it was SO good! PLENTY of gravy (yay!) and it was so flavorful! I love that it can be done on a weeknight but this is so comforting that it’ll certainly make it into the weekend rotation this winter!

  4. This one tastes like childhood! Skipped the mushrooms but otherwise prepared as directed, except I doubled the gravy to serve with roasted potatoes on the side. Great weeknight meal!

  5. My very picky son declared tonight at dinner, “Well, another 10/10 for Gina!”. He then shoveled the last bite into his mouth. I think that’s all you need to know about this recipe. Thank you for another delicious meal!

  6. A family favorite! Made this tonight. Subbed sherry vinegar for red wine vinegar. Was super yummy!

  7. We made this for dinner last night for the first time. It was delicious. I added a bit more onion to he gravy and seasoned t9 our taste, but it was really a great throwback to the Salisbury steak we had in the 70s.

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    Lucie Fournier

    I have made this many times, my family loves it with garlic mashed potatoes or mashed cauliflower – recommend highly

  9. My family loves this! I’ve made it a few times now. It is easy to make. It is delicious even without the mushrooms. Good as leftovers also!

  10. Wow! This was delicious! My husband who does not like mushrooms gave this an 8 out of 10! I can’t believe he ate a few mushrooms. Absolutely a keeper and will make again.
    I followed the recipe exactly. Didn’t change a thing. Everything came together fairly quickly and easily. I highly recommend this one!

  11. This was very good. I think I will leave the tomato paste out the next time as I like a more beefy taste than tomato taste. I used a bit more flour to make the gravy thicker. Comfort food deliciousness.

  12. Hardest meal ever to prepare. Meat was more like glutinous dough. I even doubled the bread crumbs. Very hard to brown. Ruined one pan then switched to hi heat cast iron. Coating was also less than spectacular. Not sure I even want to eat it.

    1. Here’s a few tips that may help you…when my meat feels like it needs a little extra breadcrumbs I’ll add a half cup and it works every time.
      2nd…I always have a little bowl with cold water in it, like a half cup..while making the patties tap a finger into the water then rub the water all around to form the patty, this trick also helps them brown better.
      I hope this helps you or someone.

  13. I really wanted to like this recipe, but it’s just not for me. The meat was a bit bland, and the gravy was way too tomato forward. Kinda feels like I’m covering the meat in tomato soup. 😅

    No substitutions were made, so I’m not sure what happened. Will probs just go with a different recipe next time.

    1. I add thyme to the meat and the gravy. I also add more mustard powder to the sauce and garlic powder to the mushrooms as I saute them. Adds so much flavor.

  14. Gina I can’t thank you enough for all of these wonderful recipes that you have made. I have been an Weight Watchers since 2010 lost 126 pounds and have been fighting to keep it off ever since still a work in progress. This is mine and my families ultimate favorite recipe in the Salisbury meatballs. I wouldn’t change anything this is so delicious. If anyone hasn’t tried this please try it you won’t be sorry

  15. Wow! This was delicious! One of my favorite recipes from Skinnytaste. I did exactly as written except I substituted ground chicken breast for turkey. So yummy and filing!

  16. I followed the recipe but found the steak to be quite bland for my taste. The gravy was good but a little thin.

  17. Made this for dinner tonight. Very easy to follow and turned out great. The only fault I found with the recipe is that the gravy was a bit salty, I think it was the brand of Worcestershire sauce I had (it was not my usual brand). The next time I make it I will only use 1 teaspoon of it.

  18. Wow! So so good! My whole family gobbled it up. My husband said it was the best he’s ever have I followed the recipe exactly as is. Thanks for sharing such a yummy recipe.

  19. 10/10 Awesome recipe!!!
    The family loves this meal! It also makes quality leftovers.
    Lots of sauce for everyone.
    Perfect recipe!

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    Becky Turner

    A family favorite. But I haven’t been able to have this done in 30 minutes. It takes me that long to make the Pattie’s. But we’ll worth it

  21. We absolutely LOVE this recipe!!! I have made is so many times and it is always a crowd pleaser. I REALLY love all your recipes.

  22. This is the 2nd time making this recipe. My family loves it. The only thing I did do differently is double the sauce. My family loves the sauce.

  23. This is great!
    My gravy came out more reddish and tomatoey, which was fine, I just cooked it a bit longer, but how do you get that dark gravy look?

  24. I subbed for keto: equal measure almond flour for bread crumbs, 1 tsp xanthan gum for flour. Fantastic!

  25. I’m curious, why the extra egg white in the meat mixture?! Seems so random to add an egg white to it, unless egg white in meat does something I’m not aware of?! This looks like something my husband will love!!

    1. I think I’ve read on other recipes it’s to save calories with the same effect. For me, I use two eggs. Not buying egg whites or separating eggs lol 

  26. I have made this recipe over and over. We love it. The only difference is I put 1 of the tablespoons of tomato paste in the meat mixture. Otherwise the gravy tastes too tomatoey. I got that idea from the Salisbury meatball recipe. Leftovers freeze great.

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    Marilyn Jackson

    How would I freeze this…I am trying to prep meals before surgery.  Thanks for all your great recipes!

    1. I always freeze this as it is just my husband and I these days. When I am shaping the patties, I make them an oval that, after cooking, will result in a size to fit my small rectangular food freezer container. I put two stacked on top of each other and then fill it in with the gravy. Safeway now carries these containers (costco used to but pyrex bought out the company and changed them…). I thaw them out the night before and just make mashed potatoes and peas. It freezes and reheats well!

  28. This is an INSTANT favorite in our house!! Just made it for the first time tonight. I was sad when I saw a serving was only one patty, but I had one patty with 1/2 cup of garlic cauliflower mash and am definitely full. My fiancé went for seconds and is already saying it needs to be added to the regular rotation. Very impressed with the gravy consistency and the recipe over all – I used beef stock instead of broth because it’s what I had and it still came out great. 

    On our weight loss journey for our wedding I have cooked skinnytaste almost exclusively and this is a new favorite 🙂 

  29. I made this the other night according to the recipe and I felt like I tasted too much tomato. Next time I am only going to use 1 tbsp of the tomato paste rather than 2.

  30. Have made this recipe three times. I think it’s a winner! Satisfying and filling, it is a delicious change, especially on a cold night. Thanks, Gina!

  31. This looks delicious! I don’t eat beef. Could this be made with just the turkey, or would it be too dry?

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    Mary Lou Skeens

    Winner, winner! I had left over mashed potatoes and green beans, so putting the salisbury steak together was easy. And OMG the flavor of the gravy was just great! I will definitely be making this again!

  33. Hunting family here! I’m always looking for new recipes that I can incorporate wild game into. I made this with grass fed beef and wild turkey. It was simple and delicious. A real comfort dish. My family swooned over it. Fantastic recipe. Thanks for sharing.

  34. This was AWESOME! Definitely going into our rotation. If anything, I’d make more gravy because it made the dish! Thanks for another great meal! 

  35. SO good!! We will most definitely add this to our regular rotation. I doubled the sauce/mushrooms as many said they did – which was a good move!

  36. This is a favorite in my house among 2 kids. Don’t skip on making the gravy by scratch. It’ll all make sense when you eat it. Enjoyed it with the garlic cauliflower mash and Parmesan green beans 😛

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    Corey Williams

    This took me WAY longer than 30 minutes but it was also SO worth it. I’ve never made salisbury steak before and the kids gave me a side eye about but they are wrong. It was the perfect combination of taking me back to my childhood Stouffer’s days but a MUCH tastier, healthier and fresher version. If you’re worried about the turkey/beef combo, don’t! It SO works.

  38. Wow… this recipe was delicious!!! The only change I made was to add a little garlic to the Salisbury steaks and to the gravy. I also used a little gravy master to change the color of the gravy to brown. The family loved it!!! I paired it with the instapot mashed potatoes and string beans. Can’t wait for leftovers!!

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    Sarah Goodwin

    Gina, you are so talented! This was a hit, which isn’t surprising. All of your dishes are yummy. My family of 4, including 10 and 8 year old LOVED it. 🙂

  40. Just made this tonight with mashed cauliflower. As a side. Absolutely DELICIOUS. Great flavor and love that it was on the stove top. Came together relatively quickly and I had all the ingredients ready to go!
    Thanks for another Skinnytaste winner!

  41. My hubby and I loved this! I really have to watch the sodium in our dishes now (due to some medical issues) and this was delicious. It also reheats very well.

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    Lisa Williamson

    I love most recipes.  The patties were very bland to me.  Needs more spices.  Also, this is a huge recipe.  I would cut it in half.

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    Stephanie Sommer

    As always this was delicious! The meats and seasoning were super sticky when I tried to form the patties but they tasted great. I did make more sauce as recommended by some of the other comments but made everything else per recipe. So good.

  44. Two tablespoons of tomato paste in the gravy was WAY too much for me. It tasted like tomato sauce on top of my meatloaf, no beef or mushroom flavor at all. It was so gross. I wasted time and money on this dish, and I’m so disappointed. 

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        Kimberly Johnson

        We loved it too! And even if we did not, we’d take the high road. I’ve lost 75 lbs following you and other healthy cooks and I don’t even cook your meals to lose weight anymore, I cook them because they are good for my three young daughters. Plus they are delicious! Thanks for your inspiring recipes.

      1. Ride your high horse out of here,  “H.” Gina published my comment, because she’s not afraid of people’s opinions. Obviously I’m a minority in that I didn’t like this recipe, so not sure why one comment would offend you. So sensitive!

  45. this recipe is a keeper! i used twice the amount of chopped onion and a whole package of sliced mushrooms in mine. 

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      Corey Williams

      I used a whole package of mushrooms too! It was great! Next time I’ll double the sauteed onion too.

  46. This is is now a staple recipe in my house. I freeze portions and they reheat well in the oven. Love the flavor, and this goes well with noodles, as well as mashed potatoes.

    1. Can you please explain a bit on how you freeze it?  What type of container? Do you freeze gravy and meat together?

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    Pat Williams

    Hi Gina,
    Thank you for including the nutritional information with this recipe for those of us who are watching our calories, but not following the Weight Watchers program. I am eager to try this recipe based on the great reviews. However I have never cooked with ground turkey because my husband said he would not like it. I think in can get away with using it with this recipe and he won’t be the wiser – just healthier.

  48. I love all of your recipes & this looks so yummy. I don’t have mustard powder. Can I substitute with whole grain mustard or Dijon? 

  49. I made this low carb by omitting the bread crumbs and flour. I used ground-up pork rinds and beef gelatin instead. Turned out amazing!! Oh, I doubled the mushrooms because we love them. My whole family enjoys this meal.

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    Elaine Wessel

    This recipe is excellent! The only modifications I made were to double the mushrooms and onions, and I used salt free beef broth and low sodium Worcestershire sauce because that’s what I always cook with. Amazing!

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    Michelle Ryan

    I love this recipe for so many reasons. It is hubby- and kid-approved. However, one of my kids doesn’t like the mushroom gravy so instead she puts ketchup on top and boom: meatloaf. This is something I can make meal prep and it makes great leftovers. This is something I’ve made several times since trying it.

    Only tweak I’ve made so far is that I’m not very good at making the patties in the skillet so instead I make them in the oven on parchment paper. Comes out wonderful every time.

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      Emily McDivitt

      What temperature and for how long did you bake them in the oven? I was also wondering what this would be like if I just did one meatloaf instead of individual patties. Thanks for sharing!

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    Peggi Anneken

    I just love this recipe. It freezes well after cooking. I keep at least two servings frozen at all times. This is my go to favorite heat up from frozen dish. If I have this in the freezer all is good with the world. I love to make this with your yummy mashed potatoes. Using golden potatoes really makes a difference. YUM

  53. If my BF and I don’t like mushrooms could we just omit them or do we have to change up the recipe at all?

    1. Not sure if you made this anyways, but I wanted to let you know that I just made it without mushrooms and it’s still delicious! I just skipped step #4 and continued on with the recipe.

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    Kelly Gonsalves

    I have used this recipe for years now!! It is my son’s birthday and this is what he requested I make. Tonight I’m doing all beef because that is what I have. Sometimes I do all ground turkey… just depends on what is in the freezer. 

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    michelle michelle

    Love this! My husband thought it was great! My tweeks were sauteing the onions in a garlic, mushroom olive oil, using italian seasoned bread crumbs, then doubling the worsteshire and mustard. Served with mashed potatoes and green beans.

  56. Used all ground turkey and added an extra pack of mushrooms but kept everything the same.  So good! Even my picky kids ate it!

  57. I really liked how easy this was to make. I also liked the simplicity of the gravy. It was not too heavy or thick. I made it in a cast iron skillet and served it with mashed potatoes and peas. While I am not on WW, I do like to make home-cooked, healthy meals. This is a good winter comfort food. 

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    Charlene Letendre

    This tastes absolutely delicious! I really appreciate the Skinny Taste recipes! Thank you!!

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    Alesia Bessire

    Love this recipe!! Have made this multiple times and is always a win with the family!! I have an abundance of ground venison that pairs nicely with this recipe. Thanks!!

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    Marie Cummings

    OUR FAVORITE RECIPE!! We made it once with Italian breadcrumbs because that is all we had in the pantry, and it was so tasty, we do it that way every time now. We also double the mushrooms and the gravy so that there’s plenty to go with the leftover patties for lunch.

  61. If I want to cut the recipe in half would I just use one egg in place of the egg and egg white or is there a better way to half the recipe? Thank you!

  62. Delicious! Was a hit with the whole family. This will definitely be saved with my recipes to make again. 

  63. Made this gluten free.  Used gluten free rice flour and breadcrumbs.  The flour was tossed in with the cooked mushrooms as was the tomato paste and allowed to cook for a bit instead of blending together.  It worked great.  The recipe makes quite a lot so I froze half.  As always with Skinnytaste recipes this was delicious.

  64. Great recipe – as always!  My husband couldn’t believe it was a skinnytaste recipe and we both declared it a keeper.  I added minced garlic (because we love garlic) and used ketchup in place of the tomato paste because I had it on hand.  Thanks for all the great recipes!

  65. Loved this dish. the Salisbury Steak was delicious. The sauce needed some extra seasonings but by the end i was in heaven. I would definitely recommend and make again.

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    Debra Murdolo

    Loved, loved, loved this recipe.  My daughter asked why I hadn’t ever made this before.  I will add this into the rotation – such an easy and flavorful recipe!  Five stars for sure! 

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    Lindsay Nelson

    This was so good—added garlic powder to the meat and only 1 TB tomato paste to the sauce.  I served with cauliflower mash and steamed broccoli and can’t wait for the leftovers!  

  68. I prepared this delicious recipe again tonight..doubled the mushrooms and only used 1lb of xtra lean ground beef, 4 patties,so I would have plenty of gravy to go over our mashed potatoes. Made some spicy roasted carrots for a side.
    Thank you for this low point treasure…yum!

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        Shannon Johnson

        I do when I make it. Extra sauce for potatoes and Extra mushrooms. When I make the whole recipe I like doubling the mushrooms anyways so there’s lots to go around.

  69. This was delicious!!  Such an easy recipe and great comfort food!  I love watching your videos and your recipes are so good!  

  70. My family loves this recipe. I used to make this using your directions for a slow cooker, but now I have an Instant Pot.  What happened to the directions for the IP and slow cooker?

  71. What do you think of swapping venison steaks for the lean ground beef? Would it change any of the cooking times or temps? This sounds delicious!

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    Cynthia Pastula

    Just delicious…the ultimate comfort food! I’ve made this several times and it’s just as good each time. Thanks for the easy recipe.

  73. Dee-licious! Husband told me it was restaurant quality, lol. Served over mashed potatoes. Used ground chicken instead of turkey because that’s what I had on hand, also added a couple tsp of Gravy Master to the sauce to get more of a brown gravy color; might cut back on the tomato paste next time as others have suggested. But I definitely will be making this again, thanks Gina!!

  74. I know this recipe is older, but she did it again ! I wanted something warm and comforting for winter with high protein and no cheese. I really enjoyed this. I had it over a smashed potato. Very filling. I doubled the worstchestershire and mustard powder and used one tsp tomato paste after reading other reviews. Perfect. 

    1. In direction #6- 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. 🙂

  75. I made Salisbury Steak and Mushroom Gravy last night.  It was wonderful.  I’d going to be a regular meal.  Thanks for doing your work.  It makes healthy eating tasty.    Thanks Again, Mary

  76. Could you please tell me how many points this is on Green? Or how many saturated fats? because the Ww calculator need saturated fats to figure it out myself. 

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    Dorothy O'Keefe

    I’m wondering if you can suggest substitutes for the bread crumbs and all purpose flour? Thank you!

  78. Hi I wanted to make this but dont have red wine vinegar what can I sub for it want to make today hope to hear from you

  79. Hello, My granddaughter is allergic to eggs, can the eggs be replaced with flax eggs, and if so how many flax eggs? Thanks, Lydia

    1. I’m allergic to eggs also. Going to make this tonight with the Bob’s egg replacer. A flax egg would work for the whole egg, but I don’t know how to replace the egg white. Eggs are usually there as a binder. 

  80. I love your recipes. I love the layout of your websit.
    Only thing that would help me is if the video speed was slowed down. Might be the settings on my computer but I don’t have a problem on other videos.

  81. Super great. Made my husband make it. He messed up and used exclusively turkey meat -tasted fantastic. Great leftovers.

  82. Like every Skinnytaste recipe I’ve tried, this was absolutely delicious. My husband raved about it and said it was restaurant quality. I literally could have drunk the sauce! I’ll be making this over and over again. Thank you, Gina, for another winner!

  83. Made this tonight, and it was delicious. Hubby loved it too. It was great comfort food, which was what I needed tonight. I ate it with mashed cauliflower and my husband had it with mashed potatoes. Will definitely make again. 

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    Denise Stuart

    This was very good… a little more work but we have two meals and I sent my neighbor “ meals on wheels”
     The only thing I did different was we had grilled asparagus, so instead of frying the burgers we grilled them….and my bad mash potatoes…will make this again…

  85. Made this for the family last night and it was delicious. Everyone loved it. The meat was moist and flavorful. Thank you!!

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    Cynthia Pastula

    A big hit! I will agree a little more work than many of the other recipes here.
    I read comments before starting and cut the tomato paste by half…gravy was perfect.
    The funny thing about this dinner is that I was including my 2 & 7 year old grandsons who were visiting. My son said the youngest is getting into a picky food phase. He woofed it down! Thanks for the delicious recipe.

  87. We loved this recipe. So much flavor in the steak and the gravy. I used baby Bella’s mushrooms and they were fantastic. 

  88. Delicious and easy to make.  I did add some beef base to the gravy because it had a tomato taste. I will definitely make this again but I will use less tomato paste or eliminate it completely.  My husband enjoyed it as well which says a lot.  

  89. This is one of Gina’s older recipes, but I’ve made it twice now.  This is total comfort food…soooooo good…….and it’s healthy!   Makes me happy.  Thank you, Gina!  Total yumminess.  ????

  90. Question!! Need help, making meals for elderly parents. Can I just cook slightly and put in freezer for later meal?

  91. LOVE this recipe! I add garlic because I add it to everything. I also double the sauce because it is so amazing!  Thanks for another great recipe!

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    Evelyn Dowling

    Delicious but I’d love to know what the Saturated Fat Content is – it’s not listed. Thanks.

  93. Yummy!!!!! Even my picky 5 year old and 13 month old loved it. Made it 3 times now and it’s a hit every time.

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    Martha Connell

    Insread of serving this with mashed potatoes…I served cauliflower rice excillent and cuts the carbs some.

  95. This is so DELCIOUS! I’ve made it a few times now and don’t deviate at all from the recipe. My husband thinks its magical. LOL The recipe makes enough for us to have 2 dinners. I freeze the leftovers with gravy flat in a Ziploc, then thaw and reheat stovetop with a lid. I always pair it with the Instant Pot mashed potatoes from this site and steamed asparagus. Another WIN in my house, thanks Gina!

    1. Side note – this is a definite weekend only dinner since there are too many steps for a busy weeknight, but the level of deliciousness and the fact that we get 2 meals out of it makes it totally worth it!