Leftovers don’t have to be boring! Spice things up with these mouthwatering Salisbury Steak Pockets!
This post is sponsored On-Cor. All opinions are my own.
Dinnertime shouldn’t be difficult but when it comes to leftovers, I like to get a little creative so even my pickiest eater won’t turn their nose up. I have a few rules though. It needs to taste good and it needs to be easy to make for all those busy nights. So behold a simple and oh so delicious dinner, Salisbury Steak Pockets! Easy enough to whip up on a busy night and fancy enough to serve at your next party! Savory goodness all in a little pocket that will have everyone asking for more.
When I’m struggling with what to come up with for dinner, I turn to a delicious dinner from On-Cor. On-Cor does the prep work so I can take care of other to-do’s that need to-doing.
The multi-serve entrée products feature popular flavors and varieties, like this Salisbury Steak, giving us a reason to come to the dinner table. The frozen, fully cooked entrées are conveniently packaged and ready to just heat and serve. I love to keep my freezer stocked with them.
From hearty entrées to microwave favorites, convenience has never tasted so delicious. No frills, no fancy. Just really, really good food.
And on the rare night that there are leftovers, the entrees are perfect for getting a little creative and putting a delicious spin on a new recipe!
This mama loves that On-Cor’s packaging makes it super easy for me to understand exactly what I’m feeding my family and I feel good knowing all their entrées have no monosodium glutamate (MSG) added.
HOW TO MAKE SALISBURY STEAK POCKETS
You’ll need a few things to makes this tasty recipe:
- On-Cor Salisbury Steak frozen dinners
- Puff Pastry Dough
- Swiss Cheese
- Mashed Potatoes (homemade or instant)
Bake On-Cor Salisbury Steak dinner according to package directions.
While that’s baking prepare instant mashed potatoes and set aside.
Roll out Puff Pastry Dough, cut into six rectangles for the pockets.
Gently fold up sides and pinch corners of the puff pastry dough.
Spread a layer of mashed potatoes onto dough, add a piece of On-Cor Salisury Streak on top of the potatoes and top with a piece of Swiss cheese.
Bake in a 350 degree over until cheese is melted (about 10 minutes). Spoon some of the extra gravy on top. Add a piece of Thyme and serve.
I can’t wait to hear what you think of this recipe! Once you make it, come back and tell me what you think.