Rich Man, Poor Man Steak

Rich Man Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashesOne day last week I found a pack of ground meat in the freezer, I was tired of Spaghetti, Tacos, and Chili, so I came up with Rich Man, Poor Man Steak. The thought behind the name is you can use any grade of meat in this dish and it will turn out wonderful! We used ground round but you could use ground chuck or ground beef, also you could mix half turkey into the beef to make this dish healthier. Have fun experimenting with any type of meat, I think you will fall in love with this easy meal!

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Rich Man, Poor Man Steak via LashesandDashes

Ingredients

8 ounces fresh mushrooms washed and sliced

1 1/2 lb ground round

1 cup dry breadcrumbs

1 egg mixed with a teaspoon of water

2 teaspoons of Steak sauce

2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce

1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

3 TBS Olive Oil

1 Packet of Brown gravy or Mushroom gravy

1 1/2 cups water

Directions

Place ground round in a mixing bowl, break apart with a fork. Pour the Worcestershire sauce, Steak sauce, bread crumbs and the egg mixture into the meat, mix the meat together with your hands. Form into four large patties. Brown cut mushrooms in a large pan with 2 tablespoons of Olive Oil until tender, remove from pan into a bowl. Place 1 tablespoon of oil in hot pan carefully place patties in oil, cook until brown on both sides. While the patties are browning whisk together gravy packet with 1 1/2 water. When the patties are brown on both sides pour the gravy on top and around the patties in the pan, scoop mushrooms into pan and on top of patties. Set timer for 10 minutes. After the 10 minutes flip the patties, after you have flipped them make sure to spoon some of the gravy and mushrooms on top of the patties. You can add a couple tablespoons of water at that point if to much water has evaporated. Set timer for another 10 minutes. We served it with white rice but you could also serve it with noodles or mashed potatoes. Enjoy 🙂

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