Salisbury steak


Salis·bury steak

noun \ˈslz-ˌber-ē-, ˈsalz-, -b(ə-)rē-\

Definition of SALISBURY STEAK

:  ground beef mixed with egg, milk, bread crumbs, and seasonings and formed into a large patty and cooked

Origin of SALISBURY STEAK

James Henry Salisbury †1905 American physician
First Known Use: 1897

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