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Cast Iron Salisbury Steak with Triple Mushroom Gravy

Cast Iron Salisbury Steak with Triple Mushroom Gravy

Do you ever stand in front of your fridge in the evenings wondering what you are going to make for dinner? Nothing too fancy, just a meal that tastes amazing and will not dirty every pan in your house to make. Something that makes everyone say, “This is really tasty”! This is it!

I will warn you though. This recipe is packed with flavor and loads of mushrooms! AND, you will need your extra large cast iron skillet (at least a Lodge 10SK) to accommodate all of it’s yumminess! 😉

Cast Iron Salisbury Steak with Triple Mushroom Gravy
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Servings Prep Time
5 people 15 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
Servings Prep Time
5 people 15 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
Cast Iron Salisbury Steak with Triple Mushroom Gravy
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Servings Prep Time
5 people 15 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
Ingredients
To make the meat patties
Triple Mushroom Gravy
Servings: people
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Instructions
  1. In a large mixing bowl, mix together the ground beef, Montreal seasoning, Worcestershire sauce, and onion. Make five equal sized/shaped patties, put on a plate and set aside.
  2. Heat olive oil in a large 10SK cast iron skillet on medium high heat. In a pie plate, add 1/4 cup of flour and season. Lightly coat both sides of each patty. Cook in hot cast iron skillet until each side is browned. Remove from pan. Set aside.
  3. Using the same cast iron skillet, add butter and remaining 1 tbsp. olive oil. Sauté all of the mushrooms. Add the 1-2 tbsp. of flour. Stir to coat mushrooms then add chicken broth and bouillon. Simmer on low for 2-3 minutes. Stirring regularly.
  4. Add the meat patties back to cast iron skillet and coat with gravy. Cover and allow to cook for another 20-30 minutes on low until meat is cooked all the way through. Serve over creamy mashed potatoes with green beans or a side salad.
Recipe Notes

We love the Better than Bouillon products and you can order directly from Amazon if you cannot find in your local grocery store.

https://www.amazon.com/Natural-Reduce-Sodium-Beef-Base/dp/B0078DPCL4/ref=sr_1_3_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1507640331&sr=8-3&keywords=better+than+beef+bouillon

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The Little Tooke Prince’s Wish

This sweet young man is our youngest baby and he is turning 5 this weekend. He is the youngest of five children in our beautiful blended family.  We have referred to him as The Little Tooke Prince since he was born and is every bit of one in our eyes. William Harrison Tooke is his given name. He will look you in the eye, shake your hand like he is all grown up, and tell you so too. We also affectionately call him Harry most of the time. But he is the TLTP for short.

So every birthday, we ask each of our children what they want to eat for their special day. They get to choose their birthday meal (within reason) and the birthday dessert…cake, pie, etc. It is really kind of a big deal.  Harry knows this…already, at five years old…and has been saying what he wants for months now. And do you know what our Little Tooke Prince wants for his birthday meal line up? Beans! Not just any beans, but sweet beans with hot dogs cut up in them. “Momma’s Weenies and Beans”! “Oh and Chocolate Cake with Cherries”.

Ok, my little Prince. Your wish is my command! 😉

So  I will be picking beans…yes, there will be no canned beans. Most times, we use a bag of dried beans. They are cheaper than canned and you know what is in them! It may take a little longer to prepare them but is always worth it. Plus, it helps to stretch that grocery budget and feed the always hungry, growing kiddos. For the WIN!

Southern Style Baked Beans it will be! This is a meal that I believe should be made according to your personal tastes. You have to feel it.  There are so many recipes out there for Weenies and Beans but they all have essentially the same root ingredients. Beans, bacon, frankfurters, tomato product, mustard, sugar or molasses, Worcestershire sauce, spices. All you need is some inspiration to change things up a bit and when the results turn out better than expected…it makes it all worthwhile.

Try cooking them in a cast iron Dutch oven on top of the stove and adding jalapeno peppers for that added kick. Then finish them off in the oven with more bacon on top to achieve that gooey glaze that everyone loves.

Try a new method or ingredient and allow yourself some creative freedom to explore an old family favorite. Bacon ends and pieces are an excellent way to do this. Get that bacon all throughout the dish instead of just on top!

My Momma always baked them in a glass Pyrex casserole dish and served greens along with buttered bread. It never disappointed. Traditional and perfect. Even my chef little brother chooses them for his favorite dish.

Please join me in wishing The Little Tooke Prince a Happy 5th Birthday and make a giant dish of Weenies and Beans in his honor! <3