I've been abandoning my blogs so I snapped a few pics the other night while cooking dinner. Both Hunter and I love this recipe...Mom would make it when we were little and Dad was out of town (he is not a mushroom fan). I suggest you serve it over mashed potatoes....
I wish I had spent more time perfecting the pictures but the recipe is still worth sharing. It is great if you want heavy, comfort food...and if you like mushrooms!
1 lb ground beef (I use 7% fat)
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can sliced mushrooms
1 can whole mushrooms
I usually mold 6 patties from the meat in a nonstick pan with a lid. Stick your thumb in the center of each patty. This is a tip I learned on beloved pinterest. It keeps them from "poofing" and helps them cook evenly. I cook the patties on medium heat under the lid until they are cooked evenly. I flip them once during cooking. Drain the grease.
Then you simply add a can of soup and a half cup of water with the mushrooms.
Simmer on low for another 30 or so minutes. You can cook it more or less but I find at least 30 minutes works out perfectly. Then serve on mashed potatoes (and add a green veggie) and you are set ENJOY!