Are you looking for a classic dinner to serve up the family? Check out this hamburger steak and gravy recipe, which is just like grandma's Salisbury steak recipe.
A chopped steak recipe that is loaded with flavor and easy on the budget.
This recipe creates an incredible mushroom gravy for steak that you spoon over the cooked steaks.
You will find this can also be a hamburger steak recipe as well, if you don't have minute steaks.
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Ingredients For Hamburger Steaks
- Cubed Steaks
- Cream of Mushroom Soup
- Worcestershire sauce
- Beef Broth
How to Make Hamburger Steaks with Mushroom Gravy
To make these hamburger steaks is pretty easy. Add your broth, cream soup, and Worcestershire in your pressure cooker. Mix well until all combined.
Add in your steaks and the diced mushrooms. Place the lid on the Instant Pot and pressure cook 7 minutes.
Once finished, quick release, and serve with potatoes, rice, etc.
How Do You Thicken Mushroom Sauce
If your sauce is too thin, all you need to do is create a cornstarch slurry to stir in the sauce. Turn the saute feature on, and stir until the mixture thickens.
Once thickened, spoon over the minute steaks.
Storage of Salisbury Steaks
If you don't eat all your steak, simply store it in the fridge for up to three days. Then just reheat and enjoy.
If you find the gravy is too thick, you can add a splash of broth or even milk to help thin up the sauce a bit so you don't burn the mixture.
Variations To Steaks
- Use hamburger patties instead of minute steaks.
- Add in some sliced onions as well as mushrooms.
- Any cream soup you would like can work, just know it will change the flavor a bit.
- Make sure to wash and clean your mushrooms before cooking.
What to Serve with Hamburger Steak and Gravy
Not sure what to pair with this dish? Let me help give you some inspiration for you to try out.
Salisbury steaks are a mix between a meatloaf or hamburger patty. Then it is cooked with a mushroom or onion gravy. For this particular version, I used minute steaks instead of ground beef.
Portobello, Cremini, or Shiitake are all great options. You could even buy button mushrooms are a great option for making this button.
Just wash and slice up your mushrooms then cook as directed.
If you want to make this on the stovetop, cook your steak in a pan with salt and pepper to season. Then mix up the gravy mixture and pour over the cooked meat.
Let it thicken and simmer, then serve and enjoy.