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Adapted from this recipe:

Simple Salisbury Steak - All recipes

I add in my own stuff based on the reviews and our personal tastes. Also, the nutrition facts are not accurate, and I haven't taken the time to input it all into myfitnesspal.com

I've also made this with venison (our preferred meat choice to decrease the fat). I've never made it with ground turkey. I've used 97% lean ground beef as well. Cut the sodium and fat count by choosing reduced fat and sodium Soups

Ingredients -

1 pound lean ground beef or turkey or venison

1/2 -3/4 cup of Pork rinds (usually calls for bread crumbs)

2 egg whites

1 can of condensed French Onion Soup ( You can substitute the Beefy Onion or Mushroom onion Soup packets by Lipton, mix with 1 cup of Water, if you opt for this method, leave the milk out or the gravy will be too runny)

1 can of condensed Cream of Mushroom soup (98% fat free)

3-4 small Mushrooms sliced ( optional I don't use them)

1 small onion chopped (I prefer yellow or sweet onions)

1/2 cup of milk (soy milk didn't work well for my first attempt, so I use 1% milk)

2 Tbsp of Worchestershire sauce

2tsp Garlic powder (can increase based on taste preference)

Pepper to taste preference

1/4 cup of Greek yogurt plain (most recipes call for Sour Cream)

Directions:

Mix pork rinds, egg whites and ground beef/turkey, Worchestershire sauce, garlic powder, only mix in 1/2 of the chopped onion and pepper in a mixing bowl. Mix well with hands to ensure even consistency.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Form meat mixture into patties about 1/2-3/4 inch thickness. Brown on stove top for 3-5 minutes on each side (will vary by thickness).

Remove patties from stove top, add all other ingredients, EXCEPT greek yogurt, to skillet, and heat over medium heat for 10 minutes stirring often. Add greek yogurt right before covering patties. I found if I overheat the greek yogurt with these ingredients it doesn't mix well.

Place patties in foil lined casserole(I use an 8x8 square dish) baking dish, and cover with gravy.

Cook in oven uncovered for 35 minutes or until patties are done. Ovens vary so adjust cooking time.

This is a staple in our menu rotation. I was leery on this recipe because I hated salisbury steak as a kid. But, this is really a great option for a nice hearty dinner chalked full of Protein.

I serve these with no yolk egg noodles, or garlic mashed potatoes and green Beans, peas or broccoli.

On this particular evening I served it with garlic mashed potatoes and creamed spinach.

This was John's plate, not mine. I can eat 1/2 of one patty, and some veggies.

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that does look good girl. thanks for sharing. my husband loves him some salisbury steak and gravy. he wouldn't miss one ounce of anything with this recipe. again thanks for adding this recipe, will have to try next sunday. ttyl

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I made this over the weekend and my husband loved it! We will be making it again on a regular basis.

YAY YAY I'm so glad y'all enjoyed it. John asked me to make again this week, but I'm not in the mood for it. I made it for him last week before I went on vacation, and he apparently ate it for 3 days straight.

Maybe I'll want it by the end of the week, but right now I'm having this severe craving for chicken and ribs. It's so weird how things change every week.

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Yay!!!

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I know this is a very old thread lol but these look awesome! Can't wait to try them!

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This sounds good.

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