A classic recipe from the past, there’s something extra nostalgic about a rich, savory Salisbury Steak over Mashed Potatoes for dinner. Smothered in homemade mushroom sauce and served with my Skillet Corn, it’s defiantly a meal you’ll be craving over and over again.
Do you happen to remember this plate of comfort from those Banquet frozen TV dinners? We always had one or two in the freezer growing up. Or perhaps you recall your school cafeteria adding this to their menu during the winter months? When thinking about old-time favorites, I’m sure we all have fond memories that brings a smile along with them.
I recently shared my updated version of Grandma June’s Cheesy Potatoes (aka Funeral Potatoes) on my blog and social channels. They were an immediate hit (150k+ views on Instagram), which made me ponder about other childhood favorites. Chicken Fried Steak always comes to my mind first, as that was one of my mom’s go-to “special” dinners. After she passed away, I’d always order it at our local Denny’s when we had the chance to dine out. Trust me, that’s next on my list to make at home and I seriously can’t wait.