Tender fried steak (ala george)
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Tender fried steak (ala george)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:26:21 AM. Recipe ID 60722. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Tender fried steak (ala george)
 Categories: Meats, Beef
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
  1 1/2 lb Fresh Cube Steak
      1    Env Liptons Onion Soup Mix
           -(either regular or
           -golden)
    1/2 c  Hot Tap Water
           -Flour (General Purpose)
           -Salt
           -Black Pepper
 
  1) Cut cube steak into 4-6 oz pieces. 2) In shallow bowl, dissolve
  envelope of Onion Soup mix in 1/2 cup of hot tap water. 3) Marinate
  the steak pieces in the soup mixture and let stand until all the soup
  is absorbed. 4) Preheat a 13" skillet (Cast Iron is best) over
  medium-low heat with just enough vegetable oil to cover the bottom.
  5) Roll marinated steak in flour. 6) Place steaks in pre-heated
  skillet and fry, turning often, until juices run clear and coating is
  golden brown. (As you turn sprinkle lightly with pepper and salt, one
  time on each side) 7) Remove steaks and let drain 3-5 minutes on
  paper towels.
  
  IF GRAVY is desired, add 1/2 to 3/4 cup of water to hot skillet,
  scraping the bottom to loosed any crispies left from the steak
  coating. Add 1 -2 teaspoons of flour (dissolved in a small amount of
  cold water), with salt and pepper as necessary to make a smooth gravy.
  
  YUM - YUM - YUM, Man that was good!
  
  I served it with baked potatoes, real bacon bits and black-eyed peas.
  
  From: George Zimmerman == Courtesy of Dale & Gail Shipp, Columbia Md.
  ==
 




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Recipe ID 60722 (Apr 03, 2005)

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