Chicken fried steak no. 1
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Chicken fried steak no. 1
  Chicken    Fried    Steak    Beef    American  
Last updated 6/12/2012 12:49:27 AM. Recipe ID 10822. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Chicken fried steak no. 1
 Categories: Main dish, Beef, American
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
  1 1/2 lb Round steak
      2 ea Eggs
      1 x  Salt & pepper
      1 x  Flour
      1 x  Meat tenderizer
 
  ~Cut the round steak into slightly small portions and beat with a
  mallet or back of a knife until thin and all ratty looking. -Beat the
  eggs with a little water. ~Mix the flour, salt, pepper, and about 1
  1/2 t of tenderizer together. -Dredge the meat through the eggs and
  then in the flour mixture. ~Fry on medium-high heat in oil and
  butter. Be careful that it doesn't stick to the bottom of the pan too
  bad. As you cook, sprinkle little bits of the flour mix in the pan so
  that you get a lot of good drippings you'll use that for the gravy.
  When the meat is cooked through, drain on paper towels while you make
  the gravy. -Milk Gravy drain most all of the oil out of the pan, and
  add about 1/2 stick of butter or marg. -Stir around good over medium
  low heat to scrape all the drippings off the bottom of the pan.
  ~Sprinkle some more of the flour mix into the pan until you almost
  have a roux. ~Add milk a little bit at a time, stirring real well
  with a flat spatula to get it all mixed up. When desired consistency,
  remove from heat and serve with the steak. -Try serving with
  Black-eyed peas and lots of mashed potatoes or  rice.
   YUMM!!!!
 




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Recipe ID 10822 (Apr 03, 2005)

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