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Hoser's Salisbury Steaks

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote AK1 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 November 2014 at 09:50
OK! Extra lean Angus beef has been made into patties and is sitting in the fridge. Got some nice fresh Oyster mushrooms waiting to make the gravy.
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Originally posted by AK1 AK1 wrote:

Here's a thought. What do you think about searing them over charcoal instead of in a skillet?


They are very tender and I think they may fall apart if you try to grill them.  I have to treat them carefully when I brown them in a skillet.  It might be worth a try, though.
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Yeah, I noticed that. Even on the griddle they were quite tender & delicate. I could see them falling apart on the BBQ.
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Family favorite that we made again tonight with green beans as a vegetable side.

Great dinner.  This is a great recipe.

Thanks again, Dave.
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