Salisbury Steak is the perfect easy meal to throw into your crockpot! Beef patties and mushrooms are smothered in a flavorful and comforting brown gravy. Serve over a pile of mashed potatoes for an added bit of comfort!
If you have memories of the Salisbury Steak recipe from school lunches as a kid, I am begging you to make this recipe so the beefy, mushroom-y, comforting meal can redeem itself. Your slow cooker will transform beef patties into tender, juicy pieces of meat that are swimming in a brown, delicious gravy. I’ve added an abundance of mushrooms to this recipe because, well, MUSHROOMS! I can never get enough. This is the perfect easy dinner to prepare for your family any night of the week. For an added touch of comfort, serve Salisbury Steak over a pile of creamy mashed potatoes.
What meat do you use for Salisbury Steak?
Typically ground beef is used to make Salisbury Steak, but any type of ground meat can be used as a replacement (especially if you are hoping to make the recipe leaner). Mixed into the meat is an assortment of other ingredients, such as cracker or bread crumbs, seasonings and sometimes onions or peppers.
Easy Peasy video to making Slow Cooker Salisbury Steak:
What is the difference between a Salisbury steak and a hamburger steak?
Hamburger steak is typically mixed with seasonings (such as salt and pepper) while Salisbury steak contains additional ingredients (such as ketchup, egg, cracker crumbs or breadcrumbs). Hamburger steak is served in a bun and Salisbury steak goes bun-less.
What do I serve with Salisbury Steak?
I recommend serving Salisbury Steak over top a starchy food, such as pasta, mashed potatoes or rice.
What other meals can I make in a slow cooker?
I’m all about quick and easy meals that will make your life easier and allow more time for the important things like spending quality time with your family. Here are a few other crockpot meals to add to your life:
I would love it if you left a comment letting me know how this Salisbury Steak turned out for you! Are there changes that you made to the recipe? Did you serve it over noodles instead of potatoes? Did you decrease the amount of mushrooms the recipe calls for (please tell me you didn’t! Ha!)?
I’m off to enjoy these leftovers for a comforting lunch! Enjoy the rest of your week, friends. Thank you so much for being here!