Scott is making Country Fried Steak, Yukon Gold Potatoes, sauted green broccoli and white pepper gravy! Yum Yum!
This recipe is from food.com for the country fried steak
1 1/2 lbs cube steaks1 cup all-purpose flour, plus3 tablespoons all-purpose flour, divided1 1/2 teaspoons salt, divided1 1/4 teaspoons pepper, divided1 teaspoon paprika2 1/2 cups milk, divided3 eggs, beaten4 tablespoons oilbutterDirections:1Place 1 cup flour, 1/2 cup milk, and eggs in 3 separate shallow bowls in the working area.
2Mix 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp pepper, and the paprika into the flour and mix well.
3Season both sides of cube steaks with additional salt and pepper, if desired.
4Dip cube steaks in milk, then dredge in seasoned flour.
5Dip floured steaks in egg wash, then again in the seasoned flour.
6Heat 2 tbsp oil in a large skillet on medium heat and do half the cube steaks at a time, or work with two skillets, if you desire.
7Brown the cube steaks on each side, about 8-10 minutes total cooking time; remove from heat and set the steaks aside.
8Drain all but 1 tbsp oil (if any- I don't usually have any, but the steaks are less greasy with less oil) from the pans.
9Add enough butter to the pan to equal 3 tbsp along with the oil.
10Melt the butter and add 3 tbsp flour and stir with a whisk to make a roux, deglazing the bottom of the pan, and cook for a few minutes on LOW heat; do not burn.
11Slowly add the remaining 2 cups milk, and stir or whisk constantly until mixture comes to a boil and thickens; cook for another minute or so and remove from heat.
12Serve Country Fried Steaks (Chicken Fried Steak, as we call it) with plenty of gravy on top, and mashed potatoes on the side (double gravy recipe if you use a LOT of gravy on your potatoes, etc).Read more at: http://www.food.com/recipe/country-fried-steak-36023?oc=linkback