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It's Shockingly Simple To Make Bobby Flay's Salisbury Steak At Home
For a spin on classic Salisbury steak, Bobby Flay uses meatball-shaped steak pieces instead of the typical patties. The simple dish comes together in just about a half-hour.
With meatballs, the meat will cook more quickly in the pan prior to going in the sauce. Flay's sauce still uses the traditional ingredients of mushrooms, onions, and beef broth.
Mashed recipe developer Erin Johnson created a copycat version of Flay's recipe. She recommends cooking a test meatball to sample seasonings so you know they'll taste great.
Other flavors in the meatballs include Parmegiana Reggiano, breadcrumbs, and garlic. They come in a bath of beef broth, tomato paste, Worcestershire, onions, and mushrooms.
Eat this Salisbury steak by itself, or serve it over pasta, rice, or mashed potatoes, which will absorb the succulent sauce and take on the flavors of the meatballs.