Salisbury steak is a classic English recipe for seasoned ground beef patties served with pan gravy. The steak is named for J.H. Salisbury, a 19th-century English doctor who recommended eating beef to stay healthy. This south-of-the border version features spicy salsa gravy.
Salsa, the Mexican word for "sauce," is a raw or cooked mixture made with fruits and vegetables. The flavorful sauce are popular condiments for many Mexican recipes such as burritos and tacos, but salsa is also excellent served with meats, poultry and fish.
Serve this quick main dish with parsley potatoes and buttered corn.