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 Posted By: ricksrealpitbbq 
Dec 2  # 1 of 16
This is one of those things I actually came up with on my very own. For some reason I always liked Salisbury steak when I was a kid and that's what inspired me to try this years ago. It's pretty easy.

First you fry up some burgers. Then I take one envelope of lipton onion soup mix and one envelope of brown gravy mix and add 2 cups of water. Mix it up.
Place burgers in a baking dish, and cover with soup and gravy mixture. Bake in the oven at 350 for about an hour or so until gravy has thickened up.

This goes great with mashed potatoes which is what I've got planned for tonight

I'll get pics up when it's all done :)
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 Posted By: Mama Mangia 
Dec 2  # 2 of 16
Sounds good!

I like to make nice big thick burgers, fry with onions, and put losse ground beef in the pan to fry with it. When the burgers are done - make a good hamburger gravy (all those nice little lumps of ground beef in it) mmmmmmmmmmm
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 Posted By: ricksrealpitbbq 
Dec 2  # 3 of 16
Well my menu got changed up a bit. I was planning on mashed potatoes but the burgers got a bit dried out and there wasn't much gravy. SO I decided to fry up some potatoes with onions mmmmmmmmmmmmmm


Here it is

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 Posted By: Mama Mangia 
Dec 2  # 4 of 16
I love taters and onions - heck i love onions with anything! Looks good!
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 Posted By: jpshaw 
Dec 4  # 5 of 16
I could stand a big plate of that. Like Mama said "anything with onions".

This is how I make Salisbury Steak "We call it hamburger steak" and gravy. Brown the beef lightly on each side. Mix together 1 1/2 cups beef broth (I use a powdered low sodium called Herb-Ox) with 2 Tbs all-purpose flour (you can add a cup of mushrooms if you want but I usually opt for 1/2 cup of chopped onions). Add this mixture to the patties and simmer until the gravy is thickened and the beef is done.

You have to remember everything I do is low sodium so add some salt and use whatever broth you want.