Smothered Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Onion Gravy
This smothered Salisbury steak with mushroom onion gravy is one of the best steak dinner recipes you'll try. This entree is delicious with full flavored lean ground beef patties that are cooked in a tasty gravy sauce with mushrooms, onions, leeks, and garlic. Then best steak recipe is then seasoned with Worcestershire sauce and Kitchen Bouquet browning and seasoning sauce and Montreal Steak Seasoning. Crushed red pepper flakes are added for more flavor. The nice thing about this Salisbury steak recipe is that it is gluten free. You can serve this smothered Salisbury steak recipe with mushroom onion gravy overtop creamy mashed potatoes, noodles or rice, whatever you prefer.
When it comes to making this yummy steak dinner recipe you will have more than one option of ground beef to choose from. You will want to try and get the lean ground beef, as this will have less fat. It's also a good idea to try and get ground beef that comes from happy cows. You might not think about something like this when you purchase meat, but the way cows are raised says a lot about the meat. With free range grass fed beef ensuring that the cows are not fed with corn or a soy based diet. Free range beef comes from cows that have been raised on grass pasture, so it only makes sense that the cows are happier, and that is a good thing. The cows have a diet full of nutrient-rich grasses and pasture forage. Hopefully, the cows have been able to get plenty of outdoor time to graze and get some fresh air. When you eat beef that comes from happy cows, you can feel better about what you eat. Grass-fed cows will likely get to live on grassland for the remainder of their lives. So generally speaking, grass-fed cows eat mostly grass, while grain-fed cows eat mostly corn and soy (which is unnatural to them) during the latter part of their lives. So while most cows start out on pasture, drinking milk and eating grass. It is, however, the conventionally raised cows that are later moved to feedlots and fed grain-based feeds, while grass-fed cows may continue to live on grassland. What many people don't know is that the food that a cow eats can have a major effect on the nutrient composition of the beef. This is evident when it comes to the fatty acid composition of beef. Grass-fed lean ground beef usually contains less total fat than grain-fed beef, which means that gram for gram, grass-fed beef contains fewer calories than conventionally raised beef.
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Nutrition Facts for: Smothered Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Onion Gravy From Can't Stay Out of the Kitchen
Ingredients: Lean ground beef, eggs, Italian bread crumbs, Parmesan cheese, Worcestershire sauce, ketchup, salt, pepper, crushed red pepper flakes, thyme, marjoram, garlic powder, steak seasoning, mushrooms, white onions, leeks, garlic cloves, beef stock, flour, Kitchen bouquet seasoning.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings. * Per Serving:Calories 352, Calories from Fat 100, Total Fat 11.1g 17%, Saturated Fat 4.7g 23%, Cholesterol 150mg 50%, Sodium 944mg 39%, Potassium 751mg 21%, Carbohydrates 18.3g 6%, Dietary Fiber 1.9g 8%, Sugars 4.7g, Protein 43.5g, Vitamin A 11%, Vitamin C 12%, Calcium 14%, Iron 132%
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