This recipe for Crock-Pot Salisbury Steak comes together easily. Ground beef is transformed with a rich mushroom & onion gravy that is full of flavor!
Crock-Pot Salisbury Steak
The humble Salisbury steak…originally created by a Dr. J. H. Salisbury in the early 1890’s has been around for a while and frankly if you are like many American’s you may remember this dish not in a fond memory from grade school lunches or frozen dinners.
But let me tell you, when you make it homemade the taste is 1000 times better. Using fresh mushrooms and onions and making a delicious gravy your little steak shaped hamburger patties are simmered away in the slow cooker in a rich gravy.
I used my 3.5 quart casserole slow cooker for this recipe because I thought it was ideal to cook the patties without any overlap in the crock. However, you can use a larger 6 quart oval just fine too.
This is a frugal recipe that does not come off as cheap. My family really enjoyed this recipe, yes even the mushrooms, I am lucky because my kids are mushroom lovers like me.
We served our Salisbury steaks over hot buttered egg noodles. But rice or mashed potatoes would be lovely too!