I’m gearing up to make this recipe again tonight (3rd time’s the charm). The sauce is heavenly

Rework the beloved Salisbury Steak into a tasty meatball delight with Sluggish Cooker Salisbury Steak Meatballs. This recipe, impressed by my grandmother’s conventional cooking, is a contemporary twist on a household favourite. Think about tender, juicy meatballs draped in a savory, wealthy gravy, evoking the heat of grandma’s kitchen.

My grandmother used to put together Salisbury steak meatballs for particular events, and the reminiscence of these slow-cooked, flavorful meatballs brings again a way of nostalgia and familial heat. Now, with an tailored model of her recipe, you’ll be able to recreate these cherished moments. And the better part? This model simplifies the course of through the use of frozen meatballs, making it handy with out compromising on style.

Salisbury Steak’s Origins

Named after Dr. James H. Salisbury, a Nineteenth-century American doctor, Salisbury steak was his prescription for a hearty, meat-centric weight loss program. His suggestion of seasoned minced beef patties advanced into what we now know as Salisbury steak, a dish that has stood the check of time.

Sluggish Cooker Salisbury Steak Meatballs Recipe

1 bag of frozen meatballs (approx. 25 oz)

2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

2 cups sliced mushrooms

1 1/2 cups water

1/2 teaspoon powdered onion

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