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Old 04-10-2015, 11:20 AM   #11
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Reminds me of "moink balls." Took me awhile to figure that one out.

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Old 04-10-2015, 04:02 PM   #12
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No matter the thickness of the patty I'd call it what it is.

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Old 04-10-2015, 07:50 PM   #13
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I'm leaning toward a modification of stuffbury Steak. I'm thinking that this recipe will be called - Stuffingsbury Steak.

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bread stuffing, ground beef, recipe, sage

Not sure what to call this, but it was really good. I was in the mood for something like Salisbury Steak, but more flavorful. So I made this: Ingredients: 1/3 lb. lean ground beef 1/2 tsp. salt 1/2 cup left over bread dressing from a recently roasted turkey. 1 medium egg 1 tbs. milk. Combine all ingredients until well mixed. Heat a heavy skillet over medium heat. Lightly oil the pan when it's hot. Dump the meat mixture into the middle of the pan, and shape into an eighth inch thick, round patty. Cover with a lid and fry for four minutes. Flip the patty, cover, and fry for four more minutes. Remove to a plate and serve with ketchup. We had green beans and steamed summer squash to go with it. The stuffing was made of dried bread chunks, sliced celery, sliced onion, meat from the turkey neck, sage, enough turkey broth to moisten the bread chunks, thyme, and chopped onion. The combined flavors of the beef and stuffing was a marriage made in my kitchen. (not Heaven, but close, ok, a long ways away:lol:). The flavor combination is worth repeating, many times.:chef: I'm thinking this would make a good meatloaf as well. If you have the urge to experiment, try this recipe. If not, that's ok. I'll make more for me and feel sorry for the rest of you:ohmy:. Just kidding.:angel: You are all such great cooks around here, I wish I was eating at your house. So make up this patty, and give it a proper name. I can't seem to come up with one. Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North 3 stars 1 reviews
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