This dish has a hearty, home, and comforting feeling. The meat becomes so tender and so moist it melts in your mouth. I love to pair this meal with rice or garlic mashed potatos. AND when I'm in the mood to be over board and greedy I'll do both! ;) I knw that sooooo bad. But I always serve a green vegetable no matter what I pair this dish with. Sauteed broccoli is my fav! Sometimes I change up to spinach. Either way this dish is DELICIOUS!!!!!! and I hope u get an opportunity to enjoy!!!
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angelraine , 1 years agoI fixed this for the family and it was awesome! Everyone loved it and kept going back for more .....you have got to try this one....
TommysGurl , 1 years agoExcellent recipe. I added French fried onions instead if chopped onion to avoid chunkiness. This is one of Hubby's new favorites.
Odmayhea11 , 1 years agoI used chicken stock in place of the cognac, doubled the mushrooms, and used half of a fresh onion. I used 97% lean ground beef and will sear the patties much longer next time because they were fairly pink inside. All in all it was delicious, and I plan to add it to my regular rotation.
donnawhawkins9 , 1 years agoGreat! Recipe really enjoyed this never thought I can make this on my own til I came across this recipe,highly impressed.
cristinakj , 1 years agoI had to double the recipe (growing guys) but aside from using fresh onions, I didn't change a thing. Turned out great although the "steaks" will fall apart if you're not careful. Served with homemade mashed potatoes. I will definitely make again. Thank you! So simple! Wasn't sure what was meant by "steak seasoning" so I just added some Worcestershire, A-1, garlic powder and some Cajun blackened steak seasoning.