I had two complaints but basically I thought this was a very good recipe. The patties fell apart too easily when cooked. Next time I will add some egg to hold them together. The sauce was very sweet because the rice wine (mirin) I had on hand was very sweet. I added rice vinegar to the sauce to reduce the sweetness. I will be making this again.
Asian Salisbury Steaks with Sauteed Watercress
Back in the 19th century, an English doctor named J.H. Salisbury prescribed beef for all manner of ailments. We think he'd love this healthy update of the ground-beef-and-onions classic that bears his name. The sautéed watercress is an excellent foil to the meaty glazed beef.
3 Reviews for Asian Salisbury Steaks with Sauteed Watercress
In our home, we have about 6 weekday meals that rotate and I'm sick of them! I tried this - easy, nutritious and delicious! I substituted broccoli sauteed in sesame oil for the watercress. Try it!
This actually came out better than I was expecting. I substituted the wine for white grape juice. I didn't think it was going to taste good with that, but it actually was quite good.