Lipton Onion Soup Mix Meatloaf Recipe

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Lipton Onion Soup Mix Meatloaf Recipe
Lipton Onion Soup Mix Meatloaf Recipe

Crafting the Salisbury Steak Patties

To start off, grab a high-sided mixing bowl and add 1lb (500 grams) of ground beef. Next, add 1/4 cup (35 grams) of bread crumbs and the star of the show – a packet of French onion soup mix. This secret ingredient adds a burst of umami to the patties.

To enhance the flavors even more, sprinkle in 1/2 teaspoon of ground mustard and crack in one large egg, which acts as a binding agent. Lastly, add 2 tablespoons (30 ML) of Worcestershire sauce to round out the flavors.

Mix everything together gently with a spatula, fork, or spoon. Avoid using your hands to prevent the meat from becoming tough. Now, form the mixture into four large, quarter-pound patties. If the mixture is sticking to your hands, moisten them with a little water.

Searing the Salisbury Steak Patties

Heat a sauté pan over medium to medium-high heat and add a drizzle of olive oil, about one to two tablespoons. Make sure the oil is hot before placing the patties in the pan. Searing the patties will create a delicious char and seal in the flavors.

Saute the patties for one to two minutes on each side, just enough to give them a golden-brown sear. You can choose to cook them all the way through at this stage, or they will finish cooking in the gravy later on. Once seared, set the patties aside and cover them.

Preparing the Flavorful Gravy

Using the same sauté pan, melt two tablespoons of butter over medium heat. Scrape the bottom of the pan to incorporate the flavorful bits left from searing the patties. Now, it’s time to pack even more goodness into the gravy!

Chop one medium onion (approximately 150 grams) and add it to the pan, along with 8oz (227 grams) of sliced mushrooms. Saute the onions and mushrooms for about ten minutes, stirring occasionally. This will release their flavors and help incorporate the fond into the sauce.

After eight minutes, add two cloves of minced garlic and sauté for another two minutes. Be careful not to burn the garlic, as it can turn bitter. Now, for an extra touch of elegance, pour in 1/3 cup (83 ML) of your favorite red wine. Let it reduce for about ten minutes.

Thickening the Gravy and Adding Flavor

Create a well in the center of the pan by moving the onion and mushroom mixture to the sides. Melt three tablespoons (approximately 24 grams) of butter in the well. Once melted, add three tablespoons (approximately 24 grams) of flour and whisk it with the butter to create a roux.

Cook the roux for two to three minutes to remove the raw flour taste. Next, pour in three cups (750 ML) of beef broth, or your preferred stock, such as veal or dark chicken stock. Bring it to a simmer, scraping the bottom of the pan to incorporate any bits.

Now it’s time to amp up the flavors. Add one tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce, one teaspoon of low-sodium soy sauce, and three tablespoons (55 grams) of ketchup. Stir everything together and let the gravy simmer over medium to medium-high heat.

Finishing Touches and Serving

Place the seared Salisbury steak patties back into the simmering gravy. Let them cook for 10 to 15 minutes, or until they reach your desired level of doneness. As they simmer, the patties will infuse their flavors into the gravy, resulting in a harmonious marriage of tastes.

Once the gravy thickens and the patties are cooked to perfection, give it a taste and adjust the seasoning if needed. Add a dash of salt and a touch of pepper for that final flourish.

Serve your Salisbury steaks over a bed of mashed potatoes, rice, noodles, or even between two slices of bread. The choice is yours!

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