Ages ago when I was twenty-ish working in Makati paydays mean a good lunch or dinner at a â€˜properâ€™ restaurant.Â One of those would be one that offers Salisbury steak.Â I know I know, itâ€™s such a simple dish but it was new to me then.Â The shockingly state of ignorance I was in with food but by God, adventurous nonetheless.Â Sadly I forgot the name of my favorite place.Â Anyway, thereâ€™s no reason why I canâ€™t enjoy it at home and for the boys to enjoy it, too.
4 beef patties (use this recipe as a guideline)
2 tbsp butter
1 small onion, minced
1/4 cup red wine
Button mushrooms, quartered
2 tbsp flour
Approx. 1/2 cup beef broth
Salt and freshly ground pepper
Heat oil in a non-stick pan.Â Fry patties about 5-6 minutes each side over medium heat.Â Set aside.
Melt 2 tbsp butter in the same pan.Â Add onion and cook over low heat for about a minute or until soft.Â Deglaze with red wine and simmer for a minute.Â Add mushrooms and cook for about 2 minutes.Â Scoop out mushrooms and reserve.
Add flour to the pan and mix using spatula to form a roux.Â Cook over low heat for about 5 minutes, stirring continuously until it smells like a pie.Â Add beef broth and cook for a minute or until heated.Â Add patties and mushrooms. Taste.Â If necessary, season with salt and freshly ground pepper.Â Simmer for another 2 minutes.
- 4 beef patties
- 2 tbsp butter
- 1 small onion, minced
- ¼ cup red wine
- Button mushrooms, quartered
- 2 tbsp flour
- Approx. ½ cup beef broth
- Freshly ground pepper
- Heat oil in a non-stick pan. Fry patties about 5-6 minutes each side over medium heat. Set aside.
- Melt 2 tbsp butter in the same pan. Add onion and cook over low heat for about a minute or until soft. Deglaze with red wine and simmer for a minute. Add mushrooms and cook for about 2 minutes. Scoop out mushrooms and reserve.
- Add flour to the pan and mix using spatula to form a roux. Cook over low heat for about 5 minutes, stirring continuously until it smells like a pie.
- Add beef broth and cook for a minute or until heated. Add patties and mushrooms. Taste. If necessary, season with salt and freshly ground pepper. Simmer for another 2 minutes.
11 thoughts on “Salisbury Steak”
simple and so easy! i will definitely try this!
thanks so much for playing again this week, Iska
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I vividly remember having this one over at ‘Sizzling Plate’ at the SM food court, way back when.
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Sizzling Plate – that’s a favorite! I like the porkchops… tama nga ba? Meron nun di ba?
Wow, I didn’t know that this is easy to make!
I remember way back in college, back in time when, after receiving our our meager stipends, I and my fellow Iskos and Iskas would troop to the nearest Orange or Mango Brutus chain for a meal of Salisbury steak and down it with mango shake! lol. It was our idea of a good meal then.
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Oh Mango Brutus! Love it!
This looks really good. I’ll try these out later for dinner, Im sure my niece would love this
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Yummy shot..thank you for sharing the recipe.
Definitely my kind of food with hot rice I am satisfied with life hehehe.
Thanks for the visit I do appreciate it.
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What can be a substitute for the red wine? or can i omit that one?
Yes Nelle, you may omit the red wine. I am experimenting with red wine these days and it added flavour to the sauce.
wow! I will try to cook this one for my husband! Thank you for sharing!
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