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 +====== Turkey Salisbury Steak ======
 +<img src="​_media/​cooking:​recipes:​photo1443052404427.jpg"​ max-width: 100%  </​img>​
 +^Information ^Nutrition per serving^
 +|10 minutes prep| 266kcal|
 +|20 minutes active | 11g fat|
 +|Makes 4 servings | 24g protein|
 +^Ingredients ^Method^
 +|1 pound lean ground turkey| 1. Combine turkey, panko, and seasonings in a large bowl. |
 +|1/2 cup panko| 2. Heat oil in a large skillet. Form four patties from meat and fry over medium high heat, approximately 5 minutes per side. Remove from heat and turn to medium.|
 +|1 tablespoon garlic powder| 3. Slice mushrooms thinly and add to pan, cooking until browned and soft.|
 +|1 teaspoon each salt, black pepper, cayenne, and Italian seasonings| 4. Add French Onion soup to pan, stirring frequently. Add half and half and turn heat to low.|
 +|1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce| 5. Add steaks back to pan, cover, and cook for 10 minutes.|
 +|1 quart crimini mushrooms| 6. Serve hot.|
 +|1 can condensed French Onion soup||
 +|1/4 cup half and half| |
 +|1 tablespoon vegetable oil| |
 +=== Serving Suggestions ===
 +  * Goes well with nearly any steamed vegetable, but is especially fond of [[recipes:​rosemary_new_potatoes]] - the potatoes soak up the gravy beautifully
 +=== Variations ===
 +  * Ground beef can be used in place of turkey for a more traditional Salisbury steak, although turkey offers a far leaner meal
 +  * Condensed French Onion soup is a nice short cut to the gravy - for a more traditional gravy, build a roux using flour and butter, then thin out with beef bouillon and a bit of cream