Definitions for salisbury steak
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ground beef, often mixed with breadcrumbs, onions, seasonings, etc., shaped into a large patty and broiled or fried.
Origin of Salisbury steak:
1895–1900, Amer.; after J. H. Salisbury (1823–1905), U.S. dietitian, who promoted the eating of such steaks
ground beef patty usually with a sauce
Ground beef, mixed with egg, milk, bread crumbs and seasonings and made into patties and cooked.
Origin: After J. H. Salisbury, English physician
Salisbury steak is a dish made from a blend of minced beef and other ingredients, which is shaped to resemble a steak, and is usually served with gravy or brown sauce. Hamburger steak is a similar product, but differs in ingredients. Salisbury steak was invented by an American physician, Dr. J. H. Salisbury, an early proponent of a low-carbohydrate diet for weight loss; the term "Salisbury steak" has been in use in the United States since 1897. The dish is popular in the United States, where it is traditionally served with gravy and mashed potatoes or noodles.
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