Asian "Salisbury" Steak

February/March 2006, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (59 votes)

The original Salisbury steak was named after a popular late-19th-century diet doctor who recommended a high-protein diet. This version only resembles the classic in name and shape--the flavors are Asian rather than European and it's served atop a tender bed of sauteed watercress. Make It a Meal: Add brown rice or rice noodles and a cold Tsingtao beer.

"This was very good. Prepared the meat the night before. I didn't use the watercress, doubled the sauce and boiled it in a pot until it was slightly thickened.Served it with a brown rice pilaf. I plan to make this regularly. "
Asian "Salisbury" Steak

16 Reviews for Asian "Salisbury" Steak


This was a very good use for ground beef. I didn't serve with the watercress, and I subbed chicken stock for the rice wine. But the patties themselves were full of flavor, and they came together really quickly. We will make these again.



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