Forget those pricey steakhouses! You can have tender, juicy, savory steaks right in your very own kitchen with these fabulous recipes! And what's better than a relaxing meal at home? (Provided you don't set off the smoke alarms, causing the fire department to pay you a siren-filled visit while neighbors gather on their lawns to gossip.)
This works best with filet steak, however I have also made it with thick cut sirloin & it was yummy. It's nice as a special treat or dinner. I think this is an Annabel Langbein (NZ Chef) recipe but with a definite French influence.
This is true southern cuisine, the flavors in this recipe are a little more complex than the basic chicken fried steak. Not being a real Texan I don't like mine with gravy, but it would be blasphemy not to post the gravy recipe as well. This recipe also works well for venison (first soak meat in milk to remove the gamey taste). Makes excellent sandwiches the next day (serve leftovers on texas toast). Storing this recipe on Zaar cause I couldn't find it last time I had a craving!
This recipe is sure to be a hit. It came from a lady I knew when I was in high school. It is my favorite dish to make. Just be careful while it's cooking, it's really easy to burn. My microwave time is different than in the recipe, it only takes mine to cook it in 30 to 35 minutes.
I fix this every Christmas. It's not just for special occasions, because it tastes so good you'll want it anytime. Easy to fix, delicious to eat. I cannot remember where the recipe originated, but I found it in a newspaper long ago. My clipping got so frayed that I typed it up so that I wouldn't lose it forever.
I found this recipe in the "Authentic Italian Recipes Cookbook", compiled by The Christopher Columbus Ladies Auxiliary of San Antonio, Texas. My husband loves this steak! It's a nice change from the normal way we grill our steaks. I serve it with either Fettuccini Alfredo or baked potatoes.