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LOVE IT! Comfort food you can take comfort in! Made this for my husband who love CFS, but we've cut out fried foods. I used the wheat saltines and tenderized round steak pounded thin. It was delicious! Served it with the low fat cream gravy. We'll definitely make this again. I am shocked how well it stood up to its fatty cousin and how much color and crunch it had with just some cooking spray! I have already shared with others and will try the same breading technique on fish and chicken.
Can't believe this is low fat! My only problem is that I think my stove just cooks too hot....my breading got a little dark, so I will reduce the heat next time. Served with your Cream Gravy for Chicken Fried Steak (Light). Thanks for sharing!
Delicious! I only used 2 steaks for the 2 of us and it worked out great. I also used oyster crackers instead of the saltines. What a nice treat for DH. Thanks for posting. :)
DH enjoyed this. He has been begging for cfs and I have been saying NO bc of the fat and calories. Thanks for a tasty way that he can enjoy this!
You have a winner, here! Bravo, absolutely adored this and was so glad I got to try it. I had round steak that I pounded thinner & then dredged in flour, egg sub, and Triscuit's (reduced fat) (all I had) but was so good, I just wanted eat more! This was so great and made the cream gravy too. This really was wonderful, and can hardly wait to make this soon again. Very flavor able. I did increase the pepper, as I am a pepper freak. Thank you, MsSally!
Oh Sally - this is delicious. The only thing I changed was I did not add salt to the cube steaks as the crackers already were salted. I served your "Cream Gravy for Chicken Fried Steak (Light)" with this meal and it was a great tasty and filling meal for my family. Thanks for sharing. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Tag.
You HAVE to make this MsSally - it is AWSOME! We loved it, we ate it with salad and my Mexican sauteed potatoes today for lunch! I don't know what egg substitute is, so I used egg white - and my steak in France was called a paleron steak - like a minute steak. Just lovely - what a really unique and tasty meal.....I can see me making this again and very soon! Made for Holiday Tag. Thanks! FT:-)