Ingredients

How to make it

  • For Patties

  • Combine all ingredients other than oil.
  • Mix gently but completely so it's well combined.
  • Shape into 6 oval patties
  • Heat oil in large skillet or other sided pan
  • Cook patties until well browned on one side, flip them all and continue to cook until browned on the other side and just cooked through.
  • Remove patties from the pan and set aside.
  • Add onions(another drizzle of olive oil, if needed) and cook just a few minutes until beginning to soften.
  • Add about 1/2 cup of the broth to deglaze the pan.
  • Once all the yummy bits are scraped up, add the rest of the ingredients other than the cornstarch
  • Cook several minutes at a medium high heat to combine and reduce.
  • Make a slurry with the cornstarch and a lil bit of the broth and stir it in to thicken even more, if desired.
  • Season with a lil salt and pepper
  • Add the patties back to the gravy and let those reheat while you toss the soba noodles in some beef stock for a few minutes then serve the patties over the noodles and top with gravy.

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  • chefmal 12 months ago
    Oh my gawd, I'm doing this with grass fed beef. Or buffalo. This looks insanegood. Im'ma make it!
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    " It was excellent "
    mommyluvs2cook ate it and said...
    I never would have thought of something like this...so creative Keni!! I kept this as spicy free as possible, even though I did stick with the hot mustard...I used sweet chili sauce. I did like you and used beef stock to boil the noodles (not in my picture) then ladled that into my pan when making the gravy. Everyone practically licked their plates :) Added a bit more in the IMI --------> Asian Salisbury Steak
    12/21/13
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