Lord have mercy…there are just some meals that are the epitome of southern comfort food like hamburger steak and gravy! I grew up eating this meal alongside mashed potatoes or rice, sweet peas, dinner rolls, and ice cold sweet tea. It’s not the most photogenic dish but ahhh…the good ol’ days! We had it several times a month
As a child, even when I was outside playing I knew when we were having hamburger steak for dinner. The smell of those savory onions and beefy gravy always made it’s way outdoors. Probably from us kids running in and out nonstop. It was one of my favorite meals.
It was always served with mashed potatoes or rice since those really are the best with brown gravy! Sweet peas just complimented the savoriness so well.
Now I’m not talking about Salisbury steak (which uses egg and often breadcrumbs), which is also another favorite of mine.
The recipe I’m sharing with you today is for a country hamburger steak with no bells or whistles. Even though I love adding new things like bell peppers and celery and swapping out things occasionally, sometimes you just want a straight up southern classic. Pure, plain and simple.
Let’s get to the recipe.
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