There's a great local Greek restaurant here that serves an amazing Greek Hamburger Steak. This is a hamburger steak topped with tomato sauce and feta and served with greek potatoes. WOW! I thought this dish would be easy to do at home, and it's so yummy!!
2 lbs ground beef
gluten free worchestershire sauce
gluten free pasta sauce (I use Classico Tomato Basil)
2-3 russet potatoes
GF Greek dressing
Directions for Greek Hamburger Steak
In large bowl, combine ground beef, a few dashes salt and pepper, a few dashes Worcestershire sauce, and a couple dashes chili powder. Mix with hands till well combined. Form meat into patties.
Heat oil in large skillet over medium heat. Cook patties on one side 6 minutes, then flip and cook for 6-7 minutes more, till done.
Move hamburger patties to individual plates and top each with heated tomato sauce and feta.
Directions for Greek potatoes:
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Wash potatoes and cut them into small-medium pieces. Place potatoes in large bowl. Coat with a little olive oil, a few dashes salt and pepper and oregano. Stir till potatoes are coated well.
Place potatoes in single layer in baking pan, or dish (cooks best in a stoneware baking piece).
If you're not using stone bakeware, be sure to line pan with foil.
Cook potatoes in oven for 8-10 minutes, then turn potatoes and cook for about 8 minutes more, or until softened. Watch carefully, as they can burn quickly.
When done, move potatoes to a bowl, coat with a little Greek dressing and toss.
Serve with hamburger steak.