Thursday, June 28, 2018

Salisbury Steak

In the Philippines, there is this famous Jollibee that sells fried chicken and burgers. It is well loved by the crowd and in the long run, theres a lot of menu to choose from. One particular dish that my children loved when they were little was Salisbury steak. Since they loved it, I thought I should do my own version to impress them. Well, I checked, I browsed...the recipes online are all complicated but I wanted Salisbury Steak to be on my list so in the end..I did manage to make Salisbury Steak. This is so good...make  double recipe for gravy and don't forget your mashed potato. But my family love to eat this alone or with more rice.

Imagine my delight when my sister in law presented this Quezo De Bola to me.. she waited until February just to give it to me.. I use this type of cheese with any of my meat dishes so its such a handy to have one for a year and a half consumption.Anyway lets go to the recipe.

Printable Recipe
1 cup milk

6 slices white bread

1/2 kg or 500 gms ground beef

1/2 kg or 500 gms ground pork

1/2 cup Quezo De Bola grated

1/2 tsp seasoned salt
1/4 tsp salt
1 tsp ground pepper
4 eggs beaten
4 tbsp cornstarch
1 large chopped onion

In a bowl, soak bread in 1 cup milk until soft. 
In another bowl, put ground beef, milk soaked bread, parmesan cheese, seasoned salt, salt, ground pepper, beaten eggs, cornstarch and onion. 
With the use of your hands, mix the ingredients until well combined. 
Then form oval patties using your palm. In my case, I used 1/4 cup measurement, then I put the mixture in my palm and made oval patties.
Put the oval shape patties in a tray and once finished set aside in the fridge for 30 minutes. 
Next, pan fried the patties until a little brown..just pan fry it to add a little brown color and to seal the taste of patties inside.

For the gravy:
In a saucepan, put the following: 
Then cook over fire ( medium heat) stirring constantly until you reach the desired consistency. 
Once the gravy is cooked, arrange the fried patties in a tray or baking dish but make sure they are not so close together.

Then pour half of the gravy over the patties, cover with aluminum foil and 
Bake at 375 or 190 for 25 minutes. 
The next step is the stove top cooking again.
Transfer the baked patties into a saucepan, pour the remaining gravy on the tray into the saucepan. When the mixture starts to boil, low the fire and simmer for 25 minutes.

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