This recipe arrived in my in-box and the reviews were so good that I decided I had to buy cube steaks and give it a try. After reading other reviews, I decided to sauté an onion and some garlic in my pan before browning the cube steak. I put the sautéed onions and garlic on top of the individual servings of steak -- after browning and before adding the water and bouillon granules. I opted to bake mine for two hours in a 300-degree oven. When it came out, I made gravy with the liquid left in the pan and leftover flour (from breading the steaks) and milk. The result? Definitely fork-tender and the flavor was pretty good. I agree with other reviewers that it might be pretty bland if not for the onions and garlic. Reminds me of a cross between hamburger steak and chicken-fried steak. In the end, I think it's a good recipe, I just don't think I"m a big fan of cube steak. Probably won't make it again, but if you like cube steak, I would recommend giving it a try.
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This recipe arrived in my in-box and the reviews were so good that I decided I had to buy cube...