Easy Turkey Salisbury Steaks

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Ground Turkey Salisbury Steak with Roasted Fingerling Potatoes

Easy Turkey Salisbury Steaks

Have you tried Campbell’s new Soups for Easy Cooking? I have tried 2 of the 4 and so far love both. It is different than using a soup. This is more like a sauce and it makes making dinner in under 30 minutes a breeze. You don’t need a whole lot of ingredients to make a dish when you use these Soups for Easy Cooking. They are a great way to save time making a homemade meal in the kitchen and not sacrifice flavor!

If you are using Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom Soup you really need to try the Savory Portabella Mushroom Soups for Easy Cooking. I made Salisbury Steaks using ground turkey, a little bit of parsley, onions, milk and panko. Then I shaped them into patties and browned them on both sides. Next you add the Savory Portabella Mushroom Soups for Easy Cooking and let it simmer for another 10 minutes. Even with roasting the potatoes dinner can be on the table in 30 minutes!

Ground Turkey Salisbury Steaks

Below are the Turkey Salisbury Steaks just as they are finished before plating. Look at all that wonderful sauce.

Ground Turkey Salisbury Steaks

The roasted potatoes with the steaks take 20 minutes so you might want to get them going first. Then when you get them done you might want to consider making the potatoes covered and smothered.

Turkey Salisbury Steak with Covered  and Smoothered Potatoes

Yep, that’s right smothered and covered roasted potatoes. This sauce is so good you are going to want to put it on everything and then lick the plate! Top the sauce with a little sharp cheddar cheese and get ready to get rave reviews about dinner from your family. If you don’t have fingerling potatoes, regular baking potatoes will work.

To make roasted potatoes heat your oven to 425 degrees. Put a little olive oil on a cookie sheet. Wash the potatoes. Then cut the fingerlings down the middle or a baking potato into one inch pieces. Put down in the oil and flip it over. Salt and pepper the potatoes. Put them in the oven, in 10 minutes flip them over and cook for another 10 minutes. I would check them a couple of times before the 10 minutes are up.

Ground Turkey Salisbury Steak with Roasted Fingerling Potatoes

Are you ready to get to cooking dinner?

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Easy Turkey Salisbury Steaks
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Recipe type: Turkey, Dinner
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Serves: Serves 4
 
Ingredients
  • 1 lb. ground turkey
  • 1 cup diced onion - divided
  • 3 - 4 tablespoons minced parsley (can be omitted)
  • ¾ cup panko or breadcrumbs
  • salt and pepper
  • ½ cup milk -divided use
  • Campbell's Soups for Easy Cooking Savory Portabella Mushroom
  • ¼ cup water
Instructions
  1. Put the ground turkey, ½ cup onion, parsley, panko, salt, pepper and ¼ cup milk in a bowl. Mix until thoroughly incorporated. Divide into 4 pieces. Pat out into an oblong pattie.
  2. Spray a pan with cooking spray. Brown both sides of the patties over medium heat. Add the onions when you flip the patties over. Allow to brown a little.
  3. When both sides of the patties are browned add ¼ cup of water and then the Campbell's Soups for Easy Cooking Savory Portabella Mushroom. Cover and cook for 10 - 12 more minutes over medium heat. Just before you take the pan off of the heat, stir in the remaining milk.

There are 4 kinds of Easy Cooking Soups.

  • Savory Portobello Mushroom (great for skillet dishes)
  • Creamy Herb & Garlic with Chicken Stock (perfect for pot pies)
  • Sweet Onion (a savory addition to meatloaf and skillet dishes)
  • Mexican Style Tomato (great for Mexican dishes)

I tried the Creamy Herb and Garlic with Chicken Stock in my favorite Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole instead of using Cream of Chicken in it. It took a little more that 30 minutes but most of it was baking time. It only has 15 minutes of assembly time and then you can sit back while it bakes.

These Campbell’s Soups for Easy Cooking are the perfect secret weapon for today’s busy parents. The four soups reduce the number of steps needed to make delicious meals in less than 30 minutes! Look for them at Wal-Mart in the soup aisle.

Click here to get a coupon from Coupons.com. Coupons are only available until 4/13/2015  so go on over to Walmart.com and get your 75 cents coupon and try these Soups for Easy Cooking.

You can follow Campbell’s on Facebook, Twitter @campbellkitchen or Pinterest. Go see more real, homemade 30 minute meals! Be sure to follow Campbell’s so you don’t miss a single recipe.

Ground Turkey Salisbury Steaks

Be sure to check out more delicious, easy homemade recipes using Campbell’s Soups for Easy Cooking. I’d love to hear your favorite! Leave me a comment below which one you want to try first. I’ll be trying Sweet Onion next!

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Turkey Salisbury Steak with Covered and Smoothered Potatoes

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Comments

  1. Rachael says

    I am going to have to try these new Campbells soups! I love Campbells! thanks for this yummy recipe!

  2. Erica (@Erica's Recipes) says

    Girrrrl, what a fabulous recipe! So few ingredients but it looks so homey! Love this.

  3. says

    I am definitely going to pick up the portobello soup the next time I see them. I love anything mushroom flavored. This sounds delicious!
    #client

  4. Jacquie says

    I’m making this dish right now! I almost missed the soup for easy cooking. I was looking for a bigger box but the box is actually small. I hope this dish turns out well. I was wonder, at what point do I add the milk?

    Thank you

  5. connie says

    I was so confused by the recipe. The instructions called for the 1/4 cup of milk to be incorporated in with the ground turkey but it also called for milk to be added in the sauce as the last step. What am I supposed to do?
    I did prepare the recipe and omitted the milk i.n the ground turkey and only added the milk at the end and it was delicious.

      • Wendy says

        My grocery store didn’t carry this Campbell’s item either. I used a large jar & a small jar of the Heinz Savory Beef Gravy, added 1 can of Cream of Mushroom soup, heated it over low (in a separate pan) until it was as thin as it was going to get & then added milk to it until it didn’t stick to the spoon – not watery, just thin enough to be ‘runny’. I still added the 1/4 cup of water & the 1/4 cup of milk to the skillet as the recipe states. These are delicious!!

  6. Jackie says

    Do you have the nutritional information on this recipe? I am doing weight watcher point system and would love to know how it comes out point wise?

  7. says

    I could not find those soups in my grocery store so I had to substitute from the organic aisle but it still came out great thank you

  8. Madelyne says

    I’m not a fan of Mushrooms, would it still be good with a different Campbells soup flavor?

  9. Lori says

    Turkey was great, even my picky son liked it. The potatoes however, took a lot longer than listed.

  10. lorie says

    It’s 2017 and I missed these soups all this time?! Going on my list right now. I only eat fowl and fish so I’m always on the lookout for a great recipe.

  11. Linda says

    This receipt is yummy. The Campbell’s soup easy cooking is on longer being sold. I emailed Campbell’s company and that they said. So I used roasted garlic mushroom soup. Yummy!!!!!

  12. Penny says

    Mary Ellen,
    The Salisbury Steaks are yummy and simple and have a great flavor. I did not have the Campbells’ Soups for Easy Cooking. I used 1 can of Campbells’ Cream of Mushroom soup. It worked. I served with mashed sweet potatoes to which I had added a little cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg and butter and warm milk. Yum! Then roasted cut Zuchinni, Crookneck and
    Snap peas in the oven and Viola a lovely meal. I liked that you had a photo of your plated meal showing us what could be served with the steaks. Thanks a bunch!!!

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