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The Wolfe Pit shows you How To Make Salisbury Steak. The Ultimate Classic Comfort Food. Simple, easy and delicious recipe!

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33 Comments

  1. Oh my gosh, he say to sauté the onions until begin to sweat….I’ve never heard it put that and had to laugh.

  2. Looks great. Think i'll make it tomorrow. I don't have beef base, so i'll use beef broth. Hope it has enough flavor.

  3. Looks delicious! For a quicker recipe, after the meat is browned, I sautee my onions, then add one Tbsp. of flour and one package of Lipton onion mushroom soup (if you don't like lots of onions, you can eliminate the sautee onions bc the soup mix has onions in it) Stir. Then add 1 1/2 cups water. Bring to a boil, add the meat and simmer until done. (4-5 min).

  4. I don’t care for beef. But for some reason I’ve been craving it. So glad I found this video. Making it for dinner tonight! Thank you.

  5. WOW!! Looks simple enough for even me to make. We're having leftovers tomorrow, but the following night is ;
    "Let's try Salisbury steak "
    night

  6. I will have to try these, Sali steaks were my favorite things to eat in school.  However, one grade in between 4th, 5th, or 6th, they quit making them.  Life sucked, but now I found this, stouffers makes a good one and the macaroni and cheese is good too.  Try those out.  Furthermore, I really like your videos.  Your voice and personality suit the videos well too.

  7. Hi! I love this and will try this recipe soon. I do have a question in your written version of you recipe it says 4 cups of water but in the video it says 2 cups of water. Which is the correct amount?

  8. Hi Larry, I'd love to make this recipe that looks delicious but I have a doubt, what is the beef base, I would say it's something like a beef broth but it looks kind of jelly to be it. Thank you in advance for your answer, I'm looking forward to make it.

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