The best chicken-fried steak south of omaha
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The best chicken-fried steak south of omaha
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:26:36 AM. Recipe ID 61089. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: The best chicken-fried steak south of omaha
 Categories: Meats, Texas cooki
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      1    6 ounce round steak cutlet
           Machine tenderized
           Flour
      4    Eggs
      1 cn Flat beer
      1 tb Adolph's meat tenderizer
           Salt, pepper, and garlic
           Salt -- to taste
 
  Bill Maxwell, former Texas restaurateur, originally claimed his
  chicken-fried steak was the "best found south of the Rio Brazos."
  Subsequent chicken-fried steak contests proved him truthful, so he
  extended his claim to include all lands south of the Arkansas River.
  In another conversation with Bill, we found his "boundary" had crept
  north to Omaha, Nebraska. Well, eventually he's gonna have to stop at
  the North Pole ... we hope.
  
  Sprinkle salt, pepper and garlic salt on both sides of tenderized
  steak to taste. Put steak onto a tray that is well-covered with
  flour. Then "pound the hell out of it (the steak) with stiff fingers,
  working from the center out, until it reaches the size of an L.P.
  record." (That's those things they used to make before compact
  discs). Flip several times and repeat pounding. Mix eggs, beer, 1
  teaspoon salt and Adolph's meat tenderizer in a shallow bowl. Add
  enough flour to make a thin, watery batter. Beat mixture smooth. Dip
  meat into batter. "Flop" back onto flour tray and cover with four.
  Pound again with fingertips until moisture is absorbed. Cook in deep
  fat at 350 degrees until golden brown. Serve with French fries and
  cover with white gravy.
  
  




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Recipe ID 61089 (Apr 03, 2005)

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