I am so excited! I just reached a milestone on Pinterest. I have over 100,000 Pinterest followers and counting! I truly wanted to thank everyone for not only making my blog a success but also for following me on Pinterest.
Today’s dinner is perfect for a celebration! I made my Creole Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy. Which is Big Goo’s favorite dinner to eat!
This dish is really comfort food at it’s best! I start off my sauteing my veggies in a little olive oil. Allow the veggies to cool slightly, then mix them in with the ground turkey, some spices and a beaten egg.
I do have one big secret, and you’re the first to know it. Even Big Goo doesn’t know my food trick. I take Kings Hawaiian dinner rolls, soak them in a little broth, and add it to my ground turkey. The Hawaiian bread adds a nice, slightly sweet flavor to the Salisbury Steak and goes perfect with the mushrooms.
After we mix all the goodies with the ground turkey, we form them into oblong shaped “steaks” and dust them lightly in flour.
Next, fry the Salisbury Steak in a little olive oil for about 5 minutes per side. Place on a plate and set aside while we create the gravy.
All the meat goodies from the Salisbury Steak is on the bottom of this pan. Add a little more olive oil if needed, saute the reserved veggies and mushrooms and then pour in the beef broth. Bring mixture to a boil and add the steaks back to the pan.
Allow the steaks to simmer in the gravy for about 15 more minutes.
It’s time to eat people! I decided after I ate half of my Salisbury Steak, that I probably should have created a side dish…lol…Big Goo will be making his own sides tonight because I am full.
Creole Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy