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Love country fried steak with cream gravy! This is just like my Mom used to make. Made for Best of 2013 game.
This was delicious, and it reminded me of the country fried steak my mom made so often during my childhood. Although my cutlets were already tenderized, I went ahead and did the vinegar step anyway. We didn't detect any vinegar taste in the end (which I'm glad because it's not exactly my favorite). It was just a wonderful, good old fashioned down-home cooking dish that everyone loved. Thanks, breezermom.
Pure comfort food! I made this as directed and was so happy with the end result. I had never used the marinade before so gave it a try even tho my cube steak was already tenderized. It almost fell apart when I took it out of the marinade. lol. But it did add a nice flavor. Thanks breezer for sharing this nice keeper. Congrats again on your 2nd football win this year.
Outstanding. I've never heard of the salt and vinegar bath and didn't use it this time as my cube steaks were already tenderized. This is now my go to recipe for one of DH'd favorite dinners so the next time I'll try the vinegar treatment on an untenderized slice of beef. The gravy is pure country good and exactly as my gramma made it when I was growing up. Truly worth all 5 stars.
This recipe is nearly the same as the way I have always made cube steak. The only thing different was the marinade. It made a wonderful difference in the flavor of the steaks. The marinade also made them extra tender. Thanks for posting this idea and delicious recipe.
I have never been successful at making this before, with the coating usually falling off. However, this recipe worked out perfectly for me and I think the tenderizing soak was a great idea. The gravy also came out perfectly too! I ended up with a lot of the dredging flour left over, so that's what I used in the gravy. Thanks so much for sharing this fool-proof recipe.