This is great for a crowd, or to have planned-overs! We like it served with mashed potatoes, noodles, rice, or mac-n-cheese and an in-season vegetable. The kids like it with creamed style corn, or corn pudding.
2In large bowl, combine the ground beef, oatmeal, egg substitute, salt, Mrs. Dash Garlic Seasoning, pepper and 2/3 Cup of the condensed onion soup.
3Shape into 10=12 oval patties. Spray non-stick pan with olive oil, or use just enough oil to cover bottom of pan. Brown on both sides over medium high heat. You do not want to crowd the pan when browning, so only do 3-4 steaks at a time, remove from and keep warm while you finish browning the rest. Keep warm while you make the gravy.
4In medium bowl blend flour and the remaining soup til smooth; add the ketchup, red wine, steak sauce and dry mustard.
5Place steaks in lightly greased 9X12 baking dish. Pour gravy over the steaks. Bake covered with foil for 25 minutes. Remove foil and bake an additional 10 minutes, or until steaks are done, and gravy has thickened.