I was tired of making the same old thing, so i decieded to branch out and make something new, My family loves meat and potatoes, so I made country fried steak for the first time the other night, and it was such a big hit I was told I could make this one a weekly basis, I pray these dish finds its way to your dinner table soon! Enjoy!!!
1Take a Electric skillet of skillet over medium heat and add 4-6 tabs of butter/margarine,melt.
2take two seperate bowls and in one bowl add, eggs and milk. and the other add all of your dry ingredients. Take beef steaks and dip into egg batter bowl and then dip into flour mixture, then dip back into egg bath, then once more into flour mixture, once you have double dipped.After this, place the meat in a clean dish while you repeat the breading process with the rest of the meat. add all the meat to the skillet to cook at the same time.
3Fry the meat, three pieces at a time… in a stove top skillet and a little hint, you can cook more on a electric skillet, (tips for large families)
(If little chunks of the breading fall off, don’t weep. Happens to me all the time, man.)Until both sides are golden brown.
Remove the cooked meat to a paper towel-lined plate, then get ready to make the gravy.
4Gravy TIME!!!!! oop oop !!! I love gravy, can ya tell??
What you need to do first is melt butter over medium-low heat, then sprinkle flour over the butter then Whisk the flour into the butter…
5And cook it for a couple of minutes, until it turns a deep golden brown. If the gravy looks more greasy than pasty, just sprinkle in a little more flour.Pour in a couple of cups of milk…
And whisk until it’s combined. Add whisk in knorr seasoning and You’ll need to add plenty of salt and pepper to the gravy, tasting as you go. Don't over salt!!!! Ass one to two more cups of milk (I like extra gravy for meat and potatoes)
6Don't forgot the mashed potatoes to go with that heavenly gravy!! I pray this dish finds its way to your dinner table soon! Enjoy!