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I made this tonight for supper. I omitted the mozzarella and subbed panko breadcrumbs plus some Italian seasonning for the Italian breadcrumbs since this is what I had on hand. It turned out pretty good and was definitely a nice change of pace from the traditional cube steak and gravy I usually make. Best of all, it truly reminded me of chicken parmesan - one of my favorite dishes. Thank you!
Very good, the whole family loved it! Next time I will put the sauce in the bottom of the baking dish, a nice crispy topping on the steak would be wonderful. Served this over spaghetti.
This is easy to put together and smells great while baking. I wish the cube steaks would have retained their crispy coating better. The texture looked great after frying, but became somewhat soggy after baking. Still tasted good! Thanks, DrGaellon.
We really enjoyed this! I haven't had cube steaks since I was growing up, but my dad gave me some from his farm, and I wanted to do something more interesting than just dredging them in flour, salt, and pepper that I remember having as a child. This was a great way to make cube steak a lot more interesting than I remember from my childhood and to encourage me to consider buying this cut more often! Thanks for posting!
Really good! And a nice change from chicken. Thank you.
Good stuff! I made this to feed the inlaws after they helped split and stack firewood. They all said it was very good. It's a little messy but it's good. I also doubled the recipe-I had alot to feed. I used panko breadcrumbs and shredded parmesan cheese. I didn't leave it in the oven for the full 25 mimnutes after topping with the cheeses. Cube steaks cook quickly and with being preseared in a pan I decided that the first 25 mintues was enough to fully cook them. I only put them in the second time long enough to melt and lightly brown the cheese.
The meat was so moist and flavorful in this dish! I used unseasoned bread crumbs and can forgive the use of dried basil (by substituting dried parsley). Served with Mixed Green Salad With Oranges, Dried Cranberries and Pecans, whole wheat rotini and grilled ciabatta. However, the recipe does require more than 3 tablespoons flour I soon realized. Fresh basil ribbons were garnished on top of each serving. Thank you!
When I serve this dish, I relish in my family's plaudits with unabashed humility. The only thing I do differently is place the marinara sauce on the bottom of baking pan then top with the cooked cubed steaks, baking 25 minutes uncovered for a crispier crumb, topping the last 10 minutes with mozzarella. Even your Italian grandmother will love this dish.
This was very good. Now I have a new way of doing cube steaks instead of just breading and frying with a gravy. Will make again.