Recipe by hmclaurin
"Mmmm...mmm... This is the recipe that my momma passed down to me. Born and raised in the South, and my momma was raised on a farm, so my family knows a lot about southern cookin'. With this recipe, don't be shy to add other spices to it. This goes great with mashed potatoes, green beans and sweet tea. You can use the gravy from the steak for the mashed potatoes."
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Made this for dinner, so good and easy. the only change I made was to slice an onion and lay it on the bottom of the pan then place the steak on top.and I used minced garlic instead of powder. will make this again.
I was so excited to try this as it looked so good and got great reviews, but was very disappointed. I followed the recipe exact and like another reviewer said the breading looked like mush from the gravy and we found the taste was rather bland. It wasn't horrible but I don't see myself trying it again.
i love this recipe. i have been making something similar for years except i use a cast iron skillet so that it can go in the oven in the same pan. great idea about adding some flour to thicken the gravy though i hadn't been doing that but it needs it
Thank you for sharing this receipe. I have 3 picky eaters and 3 who will eat anything. Everyone loved this meal, in fact my 3 year old ate 2 helpings! This is a keeper ( by the way I doubled this receipe and I have zero leftovers)
Great recipe, my husband loved it. I am not usually a fan of cube steak, but this was moist and tender. I doubled the gravy by increasing the broth to a 32oz box of broth and then adding 5 Tbsp. of the flour mixture. It turned out great!
Being a Southern girl, I love just about anything "country-style" (fried and topped with gravy) and this did not disappoint. You will want more gravy (trust me on this one), so do as others have mentioned and double the retained seasoned flour and beef broth. I upped the ante and added half & half (cream or milk would work too) to the liquid mixture and the gravy was creamy perfection. One other note, check this after about 1 1/2 hours to make sure it is not sticking to the bottom of your pan. If it is, simply lift the pieces of steak to make sure there is gravy underneath them. Keep cooking for the full 2 hours for the most melt-in-your-mouth tender and delicious country-style steak ever. Wonderful over mashed potatoes or rice. Fun fact: Leftovers (if you have any) make a delicious sandwich. A piece of cold steak with a little mayo between two slices of bread is heavenly.
This was delicious!!!! I was looking for another recipe since the way I was making it the steak would sometimes be tough. I was skeptical about the cook time but it was soooo tender! I atleast doubled the gravy and added some water and milk as this was the way I would normally make my gravy. My husband said it was the best country style steak he had had in his life!!! Will be my new favorite recipe!!!
WOW! This recipe is great! The only suggestion I have is if you are making it with mashed potatoes it needs more gravy. Other than that, this recipe is fast becoming a regular in my household.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 179
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