The Best Salisbury Steak with Caramelized Onion Gravy
Caramelized onions make the difference in this recipe for Salisbury Steak with Caramelized Onion Gravy. If you have not tried caramelized onions before, get ready for a real treat. There are many ways to make caramelized onions, but the end result is similar: an unbelievably rich and tangy, sweet but with plenty of depth to the flavor, onion. You may not even recognize that you are eating onions if you do not know it when you try them. There is no two ways about it: caramelized onions are fabulous. And you can eat them with anything, including potatoes, rice, vegetables and other foods or meats.
This recipe creates a fantastic caramelized onion gravy to accompany the Salisbury steak. The site blogger also explains the history of this funny little dish. A doctor developed the recipe, using cheap cuts of meat that he shaped in to steak form to feed his patients, believing, at the time, that they needed a protein-rich food plan to get well and to aid their digestion. From those early roots, the concept of the steak caught on, bearing the doctor’s name along the way.
The recipe for the Salisbury steak is also great, adding terrific seasonings to the meat to ensure that it will taste fabulous. You could make up a lot of these steaks and freeze some of them to pull out as needed. This recipe shapes the patties and then sears them for several minutes to brown the meat and start the cooking process. Then the patties are added to the caramelized onion gravy and allowed to simmer until they are done. Serve this dish with great smashed potatoes, sautéed mushrooms and green beans. It will be a delicious dinner.
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