Salisbury Steak Hamburger Recipe

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Salisbury steak hamburger recipes require a saute pan, olive oil and a few other primary tools. Get a Salisbury steak hamburger recipe with help from an experienced burger professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Paul Malvone. Today, we'll be making a Salisbury steak burger. The flavors of this burger are a throwback to your grade school days. In a sauté pan, heat two ounces of olive oil, add one medium sliced onion, and sauté until soft, or about six minutes. Remove and sit aside. In a large bowl, add eight ounces of ground beef, one tablespoon of all purpose seasoning, one tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce, three ounces of fresh breadcrumbs, and one egg. Mix all ingredients, and form an eight ounce patty. In the same sauté pan, heat two ounces of olive oil, and cook your patty, four to five minutes on each side. Remove the patty, and drain all but two tablespoons of oil from the pan. Add the cooked onions back into your sauté pan and sprinkle in a quarter cup of all purpose flour. Let this cook for about two minutes. Next, pour in 14 ounces of beef broth and bring to a boil. Return your patty to the pan. Reduce the heat to simmer, and let cook for about 10 more minutes, or until the sauce begins to thicken. To prepare your toasted buns, add a half a teaspoon of butter to each half, spread evenly, place face down on the grill, or sauté pan, until golden brown, approximately, 30 seconds. Place your burger on the bun, and add a layer of the onion mixture over the top, sprinkling with a little salt and pepper. Serve with a side of steak fries, or your favorite side dish. Cooking the burger in the broth will help keep this classic dish moist and juicy.


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