Country Fried Steak And Gravy

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Homemade Country Fried Steak And Gravy

Homemade Country Fried Steak

Sometimes you want want some good home cooked comfort food. For me, my cravings get worse when the temperatures start cooling down and I want something “comforting” to warm up the bones. One of my favorite comfort foods is country fried steak and gravy with some kind of potatoes and a veggie.

It is easier than you think, and you only have to use 1 pan to cook everything!

Country Fried Steak Ingredients:
  • Cube Steak (I use one per person)
  • Flour
  • Seasonings ( I use onion powder, garlic powder, salt, pepper, paprika)
  • 1 Egg
  • 1/2 Cup Milk
  • 1 Can Evaporated Milk
  • More Milk for Gravy
  • Vegetable Oil

  1. First you want to mix your egg and 1/3 cup milk in a bowl.
  2. Add some flour to a plate and season your flour with your seasonings.
  3. Dip your steak into the seasoned flour, then into egg mixture, then back into flour again.
  4. While you are doing this, your oil should be heating up in your skillet/pan. I use enough oil to make the oil about 1/2 deep in the pan.
  5. Once your steak is all coated, put in pan. Leave it alone for a few minutes to cook, then flip to the other side to finish cooking.
  6. Once it is fully cooked, place on a cooling rack on a cookie sheet. I do this to keep it crispy and let the air flow through, plus it allows any grease to drip off your steak.

Country Fried Steak

Country Fried Steak Gravy Directions:
  1. Now it’s time to make the gravy! I know sometimes making a homemade gravy scares people, but it is really easy.
  2. Take out all grease in pan, but leave about 1 TBS and all the little goodies that came off your steak. That is the good flavor!
  3. Add some flour 1tsp at a time, and whisk on med heat until you get a good roux. This is where I like to season with some cracked black pepper.
  4. Once you get it the way you want, add your mixture of Evaporated and regular milk. Keep whisking and stirring. You have to do this while it is thickening so you will not have lumps. Just add a small amount of milk at a time until you get the desired thickness you want for your gravy.Country Fried Steak

Enjoy! I like any kind of potato and veggie to go along with this awesome meal! ~Lisa

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  1. My favorite dish !

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