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Asian Salisbury Steaks with Sauteed Watercress

February/March 2006, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (40 votes)

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.


Asian Salisbury Steaks with Sauteed Watercress

2 Reviews for Asian Salisbury Steaks with Sauteed Watercress

12/03/2013
Anonymous
Everyone Loved This!

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!

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01/02/2013
Anonymous
Good meal

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.

Easy, quick, relatively healthy, tasty.
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