Friday, February 4, 2011

Hambuger Steak


We told you about going to our old fav restaurant the other day and it reminder us of another restaurant we used to get our lunch from CS's. Now I remember when this restaurant was open at night and playing pool there. They have some great hamburgers called Inez's Burger and we have not been able to duplicate their fried pork chop. But we have come close to the hamburger steak.
This is good with mashed potatoes or rice but we thought we would go with a baked sweet potato and cornbread.
about a lb hamburger or chuck or sirloin, what you want.
1/2 cup onion minced (to but in hambuger patty)
1 onion
1 egg
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce or more to taste
pinch of salt
and pepper
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
one onion sliced
1 pkg brown gravy mix
i can sliced mushrooms or use fresh.
Mix in bowl meat with chopped onion,egg, salt, pepper, garlic powder,Worcestershire sauce,
pat into patties.
Place in oil and cook till well browned on all sides, remove and drain
Add sliced onions and cook till litley caramelized. While cooking prepare gravy mix according to pkg.
Re tun hamburger to skillet with onions and add gravy mix. add mushrooms and simmer for about 20 minutes
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2 comments:

The Japanese Redneck said...

Sounds yummy!

I've been craving a good hamburger steak.

J Evans said...

Really love your blog! Got here from looking up things to add into Jiffy cornbread mix and saw your pages & started playing around. Good stuff. It's real, it's down to earth, and it's not all fluff & talking about which $4K camera lens you've bought this week, like some Pioneer people put on their blogs. Just saying. I'll be back...thanks for the good eats!