Country Fried Steak is one of my favorite things to order when I go out to eat. Sadly I don’t get out as often as I would like so I made make my favorite dishes at home.
Country Fried Steak
1 pound boneless top round steak (I like to buy cubed steak)
3/4 coup dry bread crumbs
2 teaspoons basil
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1 tablespoon milk
2 tablespoons oil
2 tablespoons flour
1 1/3 cups milk
Cut steak into serving sizes and tenderize. (I like skipping this step, that is why I get cubed steak.) In pie plate or other shallow pan combine bread crumbs, basil, salt, and pepper. In another dish combine egg (beaten) and milk. Dip meat beef into the egg mixture, then coat with bread crumb mixture.
In a skillet cook steak in hot oil over medium heat until done. Transfer meat to serving platter. For gravy add flour, salt, and pepper to drippings. Slowly stir in milk. Cook and stir over medium heat until thick. Serve gravy over steak, and don’t forget the mashed potatoes.
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47 thoughts on “Country Fried Steak”
Believe it or not, I’ve never tried making country fried steak! I’m definitely pinning this to try it out later. =0)
Thanks for the recipe.
Oh you must try! Thanks for the pin.
I haven’t made it either! Looks good though, I love white gravy!
Thanks, it really is good and very easy to make. Give it a try.
This looks AH-MAZING! I love country fried steak!
I love a great Country Fried Steak!! Oh Goodness this is awesome!!
It is pretty great, thanks.
looks so good! I shared earlier on FB because this was just so yummy!! I’ve never made CFS myself..
Thanks for sharing! There are so many things I haven’t made either. We’ll get to them someday, right?
I have never made this but look forward to trying out this recipe!
You’ll love it. Thanks.
I love me some country fried steak! This looks delicious.
This looks really good. I haven’t had a chicken fried steal in a while. I would also make a few extras and eat them the next day on a hoagie roll. Yumm
Yummy left over idea! I love CFS leftovers, but I’ve never put them on a sandwich before.
I’ve never tried country fried steak, but after seeing your recipe, I know I need to! Yum!
Thanks, I think you’ll love it.
This looks so comforting and completely delicious! I know my family would love it. Thanks for sharing!
I thinks it’s great comfort food. I hope your family enjoys.
This is making me so very hungry!! Down here in Texas we usually call it Chicken Fried Steak, and it’s a staple for everyone, lol. I don’t make it often at home because it’s such a mess when I do, lol. I get egg and flour everywhere.
I used to use country or chicken fried steak until I had chicken chicken fried steak. Now I get myself confused. Silly restaurant had to try and be clever and messed me all up. So now it’s Country Fried Steak. My kitchen gets a little messy too, it’s fun until clean up. :).
I love country fried steak! Thanks for sharing this recipe!!
You are so welcome.
I’m craving yummy country fried steak recipe for some time now, so thanks for sharing this awesome recipe!
Your welcome, enjoy!
I have tried to make country fried steak and I never seem to be able to get it just right. I will try your recipe and hopefully can master this dish. Thanks!!
I think this is the 3rd time I’ve told you now – but seriously, this is my favorite meal. The meal I’d ask for if it was my last meal. I could eat chicken fried steak and gravy every single day – thanks for sharing your recipe!
Ha Ha! I’m so glad you like it. I don’t know about my last meal but this is defiantly in my top 1.
I haven’t had this in forever, but I loved it the last time I did. I think my boys would love it too! Pinning so I can make it!
Thanks for pinning! I hope you and your boys enjoy!
I’ve never made country fried steak before, but this looks delicious! I’m thinking it needs to go on the menu for this month!
I hope you enjoy it!
I used to get country fried steak in those frozen dinners. I loved them- one of my favorite meals. Thanks for the nice memories!
Your very welcome.
I usually associated it with bad school lunches, but this gives it a whole new light! It looks easy to make, the spices look nice, and that creamy sauce….oh boy!
Ha Ha! I tried to block those nasty school lunch memories from my mind. I can assure you this is much better. I hope you enjoy!
This looks delicious! My family loves good, comforting meals like this. I can’t wait to try it! Pinned:)
Thanks for the pin.
This is one of my favorite things to order out too! I haven’t made it in years! I need to change that soon!
I hope you enjoy it!
What a delicious idea! I’ve never eating this actually but I really want to try it out!
Give it a try…I hope you love it.
I like trying new CFS recipes, they are just a tad bit different. Pinned it. Found your blog on Foodie Fridays link party and started following on Google +.
Thanks for pinning. Following you back.
This looks just like the way my mom used to make it! Thank you so much for linking up at Tasty Tuesday! Your recipe has been pinned to the Tasty Tuesday Pinterest board! Please join us again this week!