Happy Thursday, friends! We’re over halfway through the week :). I hope you’ve enjoyed these recipes as much as I’ve enjoyed sharing them with you.
Today, we’re in my home country, the United States, and making one of my all-time favorite meals (who am I kidding? All of the meals this week are high on my list!): Chicken Fried Steak!
This one’s quite a bit more complex than the others have been up to now, but totally worth the effort.
Here we go!
Steak (any kind will do, even a cheap cut)
2 eggs, beaten
1-2 packets of Shake-n-Bake for chicken
Oil for frying
Cut the steak into smallish pieces. You don’t want nuggets, but you want each piece to have plenty of breading, so you don’t want them as big as if you’d be grilling the steak.
Crack the eggs into a dish and beat. Pour the shake-n-bake into another dish.
While you’re dipping the steak, heat the oil over medium to medium-high heat.
Dip the steak first into the egg, then into the shake-n-bake. Fry in the hot oil until cooked to your preferences. It doesn’t take more than 5 minutes a side or so for medium-well.
Once you’ve cooked all the steak, pour off all but a couple of tablespoons of the oil. Add in enough flour to make a roux, then stir in milk and/or chicken broth to make a gravy. For 2 tablespoons of milk/flour, you’ll want about a cup and a half of liquid.
Serve with mashed potatoes and the gravy and some corn for a truly American meal!
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