Deliciously Easy Salisbury Steak Bake

I can picture it now…a virtual high five or maybe a big banging fist bump after you read this recipe! This deliciously easy Salisbury Steak Bake is going to blow your socks off with a comfort food taste explosion. Plus, you are going to absolutely love how easy this delicious recipe is to make. Salisbury steak is one of my childhood comfort foods. It’s that one thing my mom always made that carried over into my adult life. (The three ring circus loves it now too!)

Why stand over the stove when you can make this deliciously Easy Salisbury Steak Bake!

Recently, I had a great friend of mine share, with me, the way she makes this amazing comfort food. I loved the simplicity or should I say…the not having to stand over the stove part. I’m all about being able to prep a meal then throw it in the oven and walk away. This recipe will save you time in the kitchen and the flavor will still be absolutely amazing!

Why stand over the stove when you can let the oven do the work for you! Checkout this easy and oh so delicious way to bake Salisbury Steak!

My girlfriend shared this family favorite recipe, with me, that her sister-in-law Stacy gave to her. I took the recipe and made a few modifications to make it even easier. I made this Salisbury Steak Bake and loved it! I had my mom make the modified version too and they loved it as well! Now, this Salisbury Steak bake has earned a permanent spot in my cookbook.

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Why stand over the stove when you can make this deliciously Easy Salisbury Steak Bake!

Lacie’s Easy Peasy Pleasy Tips

  • Split the 2 pounds of hamburger meat in half. With each half, divide into thirds to form the hamburger patties.
  • Pre-form the patties when you bring the ground beef home form the store. Store in the fridge (or freezer) until ready to cook this recipe to save time on a weeknight.
  • (Add 15 mins cook time to the frozen patties.)
  • Use the pre-made patties to make this recipe easy for a weeknight. Throw the pre-made patties in a casserole dish, mix up the gravy and pour over patties, chop some mushrooms to add on top and bake. Easy Peasy!
  • I only have 3 people in my family so this recipe makes the perfect amount for 2 meals (thank you lord for saving me one day of cooking…lol!). For a larger family or say a family of 4…this recipe gives a second helping or 2 leftovers for the next days lunch.

Easy Salisbury Steak Bake will let the oven do all the work for you. Prepare the recipe in casserole dish and bake until the timer dings. #salisburysteak

Easy Salisbury Steak Bake


  • 2 pounds ground beef
  • 1 can cream of mushroom
  • 1 can water
  • 1 package brown gravy mix
  • 1 package Lipton Onion Soup mix
  • 8 ounces, sliced baby Bella mushrooms


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Form 6 hamburger patties out of the ground meat. Place the 6 patties in a 13×9 casserole dish. In a small pot, combine cream of mushroom, water, gravy mix, and Lipton Onion Soup Mix. Heat on medium low and stir until gravy is formed. Pour gravy mix over patties. Top with sliced mushrooms. Bake uncovered for 45 mins or until patties are cooked to desired temperature. Serve over mashed potatoes or rice.

My friends, family, and extended family love this recipe! I hope you give it a try and let me know what you think.

Huge fist bump to Jessie and Stacy for this most amazing comfort food recipe! #childofthe80’s

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10 thoughts on “Deliciously Easy Salisbury Steak Bake

  1. This looks amazing! The recipe looks very simple and I can’t wait to give it a try. I love salisbury steak but never knew how to make it from scratch. Thanks.

  2. Sara says:

    This looks super easy, and exactly what I’m looking for to gift to a friend who just had a baby. My only questions are you don’t do anything to season the meat at all, and there’s no binder to keep the patties together? They don’t fall apart?

    • lacier77 says:

      Hey Sara! The soup mix adds plenty of seasoning. Very tasty! No binder needed. It’s like cooking a hamburger, just baking it in this recipe. I have another recipe, I’ve yet to blog, where I bake the burger and it turns out great. Thanks for reminding me…I should blog that one in January. ????

  3. Patti says:

    What do you think about a little Worstershire Sauce added or do you think that would be too much for the mixture of flavors?

    • lacier77 says:

      Hey Patti! I found your question in my spam. Sorry about that. I think Worstershire Sauce would be delicious with this recipe. I even add a couple of dashes to my taco meat. It’s a great ingredient with ground beef. Use sparingly your first go round and add more if needed the next time.

  4. Lori says:

    what size can of cream of mushroom do you use? I love gravy. If I use the large family size of soup, do I add the 1 cup of water or the equivalent of the large soup can? Hope it still bakes nicely with the added soup. It looks so good and so simple.

    • Easy Peasy Pleasy says:

      Hey Lori! Great question. I use the 10 1/2 ounce can of cream of mushroom. The water is used because of the packet of gravy mix and onion soup mix. It does make a good amount of gravy. You could go for the large can but it might get a little thick. I would probably still add some water. If you try it with the large can, I would love to know how it turns out. Let me know and I’ll add it to the tips.

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