6 Reviews

I didn't make the meat part of it because we had country fried steak from another source but my husband made the gravy to go with ours...it was very good! I will be making this again!! Thanks for sharing.

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April1 May 25, 2010

Welp, I had the same problem. I couldn't keep the coating on either. I think it would have been better if you just didn't mess with the cooking spray and used a small amount of beef broth or oil instead. Everyone knows that you can't simmer on cooking spray, right? Otherwise, everything else was great! I'll listen to my instincts more closely next time...

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Shelvin June 02, 2009

I'm not sure what happened, but I followed the recipe and couldn't keep the coating to stay on. The meat did come out tender but next time I will try another way. Not bad for low fat. I didn't try the gravy.

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gaylasikes September 08, 2006

This is a good recipe, made almost as written except my steaks were very thin so I only fried them for a couple minutes on both sides in a little canola oil. I also seasoned the steaks with some seasoning salt and seasoned the flour also. I added a bit of black pepper to the gravy and all was good. Thank you for the easy recipe.

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Take a Letter Maria April 04, 2006

Yummy and easy! Both my family and I loved this.

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Jaime P. January 22, 2006

This was a good recipe. I eliminated the sour cream and used heavy cream instead and the sauce was still tasty. My two year old even asked for seconds! I would make this again, but would season the flour/chicken before breading.

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mom2b2g January 04, 2006
Delicious! Low-Fat Chicken Fried or Country Fried Steak