Does your family love steak, but prime rib doesn’t fit in your budget? Hamburger steak is to the rescue! Try this dee-lish recipe that’s fit for a queen! Not only is this a frugal main dish, but it’s quick and easy.
This is definitely a fave recipe of a busy mom. Why? Because it’s a quick, simple, yummy and no-fuss, clean-up recipe. Cook this and still have time to relax with your hubby and munchkins. Add a garden fresh salad and steamy baked potato for the perfect Sunday dinner.
The home-made french fried onions give this hamburger steak some extra pizzazz. Hey, French fried onion rings don’t have to come in a can or a bag! Those yummy munchies can be made in your very own home!It definitely takes it up a notch on the hamburger steak list. The skinny onion rings complement the steak well with their crunchiness and flavor. Those two were meant two be together!
Our family first tried hamburger steak with crunchy onions when we visited Thailand. I needed a frugal steak fix and the description on the menu sounded irresistible. I wasn’t disappointed and knew I had to re-create that amazing, juicy steak recipe at home. That’s what a food blogger thinks about, right? How to re-create their fave recipes into a shareable masterpiece?
Enjoy my re-created recipe that I share with my family. I hope you share it with yours too!
Simple Hamburger Steaks
2 lbs ground beef
3 Tablespoons rolled oats
2 egg yolks, slightly beaten
1 egg, slightly beaten
3 Tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
For Onion Rings:
two large yellow onions, peeled and sliced very thin
1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
1 teaspoon seasoning salt
1/2 cup water
In large bowl, combine ground beef, rolled oats, eggs, Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper. Mix well with hand and form into 1/2 inch oblong steaks. Lightly oil griddle or skillet and brown steaks on both sides until inside is no longer pink. Pour left over drippings from pan over steaks before serving.
Next, prepare the onion rings. First, mix flour with seasoning salt and water. Add more water if needed. The batter should be similar to pancake batter. Then, dip each thin onion ring into the batter and fry on med-high heat in a skillet. Fry until golden brown on both sides and drain. Top each steak with a hearty serving of onion rings. Enjoy!