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My Country Style Steak    

 

 

2 servings

Not to be confused with chicken-fried steak, this is my go-to recipe for

 

 

comfort meals.  It can easily be doubled or tripled and is so tender

 

 

than you won't need a fork. 

 

Since this recipe makes it's own gravy, I like to serve it with rice.  It's

also great with mashed potatoes or noodles.  It has only a few simple

 

 

ingredients, so it goes together very quickly.

About the ingredients. . .

•  All-purpose flour-Always use fresh flour; it really does make a

 

 

   difference.

•  Sea salt and black pepper

•  Beef cubed steak-When I find large packs on sale, I separate it into

   portion packs and freeze.  This way if we have company, it's so much

 

 

   easier to thaw.

•  Cooking oil-I prefer using organic canola oil, but use the oil that you

 

 

    have found to be successful.  Olive oil or avocado oil does not work

    for this recipe.

•  Onions-Red onions do not work for this recipe, but sweet, yellow, or

 

 

    white onions are fine.  If you prefer to have smaller pieces of onion in

 

 

    your gravy, dice them instead.

 

When cooking the meat, give it time to brown evenly, but not burn. 

 

 

See picture below.

It's important to remove the meat before browning the onions.  That

 

 

you you get a nice even sear on them.

Don't add too much water as the meat cooks, just cover with an inch

 

 

at a time and add as needed.

My Country Style Steak

2 servings

Ingredients

•  ¼ cup all-purpose flour

•  ½ tsp sea salt

•  ½ tsp black pepper

•  3 pieces beef cubed steak

•  ¼ cup cooking oil

•  1 medium onion, cut in half, then sliced

You will need a medium skillet with a lid.

Instructions

1.   Mix the flour, salt and pepper in a large plate; dredge the cubed

 

 

     steak, shaking off excess.  You can "pound in" the flour if you want to.

2.  Heat a thin layer of cooking oil in skillet on medium heat; add the

 

 

     pieces of cubed steak gently; brown on first side; turn, then

 

 

     brown the other side.  Remove meat to a small plate.

3.  Add the onions to the pan and stir while lightly browning.  Return the

 

 

     beef to the pan , cover with water* and cook for 2 hours on low heat,

 

 

     just simmering.  You may need to replenish the water as it cooks;

 

 

     check often.  Take the lid off and let  it cook down about 30 minutes

 

 

     before it's done, watching closely.

 

 

     Serve with rice, mashed potatoes or noodles.  

Info

•  This recipe is easily doubled or tripled.  For 6 servings, I use

    2 onions; it's really up to you.

•  Wait until ready to serve to adjust seasoning.  

 

 

* Sometimes I add a teaspoon or 2 of beef bouillon (I like Better than Bouillon)

   for additional flavor.

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Country style steak with onions.
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