Mama Eugenio's Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Sauce

My mum is a pretty darn good cook. She specialises in Filipino dishes and desserts but on occasion she makes different food but gives it the Mama Eugenio twist. Here is her recipe for Salisbury Steak, its family favourite...



Salisbury Steak
½ kilo ground premium beef mince
½ kilo pork mince
1 egg
1 diced medium onion
¼ cup grated Havarti cheese
¼ cup breadcrumbs
Pinch of salt and pepper

Mushroom Sauce
1 tablespoon of butter
2 cups sliced button mushrooms
1 to 2 can of Campbell’s mushroom soup
¼ cup milk
Pinch of salt and pepper to taste

Method Salisbury Steak
Mix beef, pork, egg, diced onion and salt and pepper together. In a separate bowl mix breadcrumbs and grated Havarti cheese. Combine the two and mix by hand (it’s the best tool in cooking). Set aside for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes shape into patties and brown in the pan till medium. Allow the patties to rest while you cook the mushroom sauce.

Method Mushroom Sauce
Fry mushrooms in butter until soft. Add mushroom soup and milk. Mix through. Add cooked patties to the sauce and allow to simmer for 6 minutes. Add a pinch of salt and pepper to taste.
This is really nice served with crusty bread or mash…

betty (August 03, 2009)  

oh yumm is that how you make mushroom sauce!!!

thx for da recipe!
now.. how to incorporate that into a vegetarian meal hehe..

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella (August 03, 2009)  

As someone that has never tried Salisbury steak, that looks absolutely delicious! :D

Katherine –  (August 03, 2009)  

Hi Betty... I have never tried a vegetetarian version but I think some big tofu pieces would work...

Katherine –  (August 03, 2009)  

Hi Lorraine it has a fancy name but its just a really simple meal to make for the family... It's delicious. By the way I'm a huge fan of yours. I am always on your site looking for ideas.. Keep up the great work..

Trissa (August 03, 2009)  

You can't beat the combination of mushrooms and mince. Thanks for sharing your family recipe. And guess what - I'm from the Philippines too! :)

Also, while I am at it, thanks for the post on the RSPCA cupcake day. I'm a big supporter so I will definitely be out there supporting them.

Do you have any ideas on how to make the most out of this day??

Katherine –  (August 04, 2009)  

Hi Trissa.. You can register your details on the RSPCA cupcake day website. They will send you a pack with some posters and balloons. You can then become a cupcake cook and sell your sweet treats.. I'm planning to take a few cupcakes to work so I can sell them for the RSPCA. Its a great cause. I'm a big pet lover.

Helena –  (August 04, 2009)  

I love filo mum's cooking and this recipe takes the cake! I doubt I'd be able to make it as good as your mum's but I'll definitely try! YNOM!

Trisha (August 04, 2009)  

Mmm is this similar to burger steak from jollibee? Oh man mushroom sauce look soooo scrumptious!

Shirls –  (August 04, 2009)  

oh wow theres no green! or red! my kinda dish! ;)

Katherine –  (August 04, 2009)  

Hi Tisha.. You know you are right. Its kinda similar to the Burger Steak. By the way I have a Jollibee post. I went to Vegas and there was one over there. I was over the moon. By the way your blog is really cool..

Katherine –  (August 04, 2009)  

Shirls you are so funny. One day youll be a vege eater...

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Rachel Page (August 04, 2015)  

Great from-scratch Salisbury steak and gravy recipe

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