country fried steak

Country Fried Steak

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We've been wanting to do some country fried steak, and here was our chance. I think this may have been the best country fried steak we have ever done. Check it out…

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country fried steak
Prep Time20 minsCook Time15 minsTotal Time35 mins
 3 round steak (the butcher runs it through the tenderizer twice for us)
 Dry crushed garlic, to taste
 Coarse ground black pepper, to taste
 6 eggs
 2 buttermilk (or milk)
 2 flour
 Oil
1

In a bowl, beat the eggs with the buttermilk. Mix well and set aside. Put the flour into a dish or platter, set aside. I also put a little pepper and season salt into the flour and mix it with a fork.

Cut steaks into serving (sandwich) size and trim the fat. Spray them with a little Worcestershire spray and sprinkle them with the pepper, seasoning salt and garlic. Work the seasoning into the meat with your fingers. We like a lot of pepper and garlic, so you need to add these to your taste.

country fried steak seasoned

2

Work your seasoning into the meat and let it sit for a little while.

3

Dip both sides of meat into the egg batter and back into the flour, covering meat completely. (We do it twice.) In a large, deep skillet (We use cast iron), pour in enough oil to cover the steaks. You want a deep skillet because the oil spatters during cooking. When your oil is hot, add the meat. Leave room between the pieces for the cooking oil to do its thing for 2 or 3 minutes, then turn and repeat. When done, place steaks on a platter with racks or paper towels to drain the oil. Keep warm until all the meat is fried.

country fried steak batter

Country Bob's Gravy
4

Drain oil from skillet, reserving about 2 Tbs. Stir in flour, cooking until brown, making a roux. Then add the milk (a little at a time) and a ¼ cup of Country Bob’s Sauce. Continue cooking and stirring over low heat until it thickens. Season, to taste…

5

country fried steak egg wash

6

Dip completely into the egg wash.

7

country fried steak flour

8

Into the flour, we do it twice

9

country fried steak skillet2

10

Then, into the hot skillet, turning once after 2 or 3 minutes. It should be a nice and brown.

11

country fried steak lets eat

12

These were better than good! We like to make sandwiches with the leftovers…

13

Remember that a recipe is simply an outline; it is not written in stone. Don’t be afraid to make changes to suit your taste.

*Recipe courtesy of Ken Fiisher with Date Night Doins

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Ingredients

 3 round steak (the butcher runs it through the tenderizer twice for us)
 Dry crushed garlic, to taste
 Coarse ground black pepper, to taste
 6 eggs
 2 buttermilk (or milk)
 2 flour
 Oil

Directions

1

In a bowl, beat the eggs with the buttermilk. Mix well and set aside. Put the flour into a dish or platter, set aside. I also put a little pepper and season salt into the flour and mix it with a fork.

Cut steaks into serving (sandwich) size and trim the fat. Spray them with a little Worcestershire spray and sprinkle them with the pepper, seasoning salt and garlic. Work the seasoning into the meat with your fingers. We like a lot of pepper and garlic, so you need to add these to your taste.

country fried steak seasoned

2

Work your seasoning into the meat and let it sit for a little while.

3

Dip both sides of meat into the egg batter and back into the flour, covering meat completely. (We do it twice.) In a large, deep skillet (We use cast iron), pour in enough oil to cover the steaks. You want a deep skillet because the oil spatters during cooking. When your oil is hot, add the meat. Leave room between the pieces for the cooking oil to do its thing for 2 or 3 minutes, then turn and repeat. When done, place steaks on a platter with racks or paper towels to drain the oil. Keep warm until all the meat is fried.

country fried steak batter

Country Bob's Gravy
4

Drain oil from skillet, reserving about 2 Tbs. Stir in flour, cooking until brown, making a roux. Then add the milk (a little at a time) and a ¼ cup of Country Bob’s Sauce. Continue cooking and stirring over low heat until it thickens. Season, to taste…

5

country fried steak egg wash

6

Dip completely into the egg wash.

7

country fried steak flour

8

Into the flour, we do it twice

9

country fried steak skillet2

10

Then, into the hot skillet, turning once after 2 or 3 minutes. It should be a nice and brown.

11

country fried steak lets eat

12

These were better than good! We like to make sandwiches with the leftovers…

13

Remember that a recipe is simply an outline; it is not written in stone. Don’t be afraid to make changes to suit your taste.

*Recipe courtesy of Ken Fiisher with Date Night Doins

Country Fried Steak

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