When I first started writing about salisbury steak recipes, I thought I was a genius.
I had to recreate it.
That was back in 2008 when my family had their first wedding anniversary and I couldn’t get enough salisbury steaks for the next week.
I remember feeling pretty silly having to try to get my wife and daughter to share my recipe and the pressure of keeping a secret from them for so long.
So I did my best to do my own salisbury.
I made it myself, cooked it myself and ate it too.
And when the idea of sharing a recipe with my friends and family became a reality, I realised how much I’d miss it.
Salisbury steakhouses are often served with chocolate cake and are often very popular among South Australians.
They can also be served in a variety of different ways, including on their own and topped with chocolate sauce.
You can easily adapt this salisbury recipe to make any other cake, even a simple chocolate cake.
It’s a great idea for parties or celebrations, or for those who don’t want to worry about their own salmonella levels.
You can make the salisbury as an appetiser for the main course, or add some chocolate sauce to top it off.
You could also make it as a dessert to celebrate your birthday or to celebrate the arrival of a baby.
It doesn’t matter what your goal is, this salmonellay salisbury is a delicious treat for the whole family.
This salisbury cake recipe is simple to make and can be enjoyed with friends, family or just as an on-the-go treat.
Recipe: Salisbury steak and chocolate cake Ingredients 1kg salisbury or steak, chilled