What is the difference Between meat loaf and salsbury steak?

So i wanna know the difference is it just that salsbury steak has mushrooms...


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Most Helpful Guy

  • The most obvious is the shape, meat loaf is similar in shape to a loaf of bread where Salisbury steak is shaped similar to a hamburger patty. Meatloaf is usually broiled/cooked in an oven and is served with a tomato/ketchup glaze, Salisbury stake is usually grilled and is almost always served with a brow gravy usually containing mushrooms.

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    • ya ! this ! i remember meatloaf having a tomato-based sauce while salisbury steak has a savoury gravy

Most Helpful Girl

  • Well most of the time both suck.

    But, salisbury steak is the favorite of school's to destroy.

    Salisbury is flat, comes with gravy, and is usually cooked with onions or mushrooms.

    Meatloaf is a loaf. You can cut it up, but you don't cook it in slices.

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What Guys Said 5

  • The main difference is that meatloaf is a loaf shape, and Salisbury steak are in individual patty shapes.

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  • Regardless it sounds amazing

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  • One is a singer-songwriter the other is food 😜
    Sorry I know it's a bad joke.

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  • Theirs different sauces.

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  • Never had either what does meatloaf taste like?,

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What Girls Said 4

  • i always thought it was the sauce.
    also meatloaf is a loaf cut into slices.

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  • @llorando has explained pretty well.

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  • Dude -.- one is literally a loaf of bread of meat while the only is heaven.

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  • I don't thjnk there is.

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