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This Chicken-Fried Steak With Country Cream Gravy has classic down-home country flavor and makes use of a few simple but clever tricks to yield a dish with a restaurant-grade, thick, unbroken, delicious crust. I just love some of these country-style recipes, don’t you? Of course, it doesn’t hurt that this recipe only takes about an hour and yields a creamy, savory gravy that tastes great on a number of different things aside from the chicken-fried steak itself. And it’s a great way to make good use of a rather inexpensive cut of beef.
You’ll need a large skillet and some large cooling racks for this recipe. Other than that, you won’t need any extra-special skills or equipment to put this yummy country meal together. The gravy would go nicely over mashed potatoes, boiled new potatoes, or even certain crisp green veggies, though I just couldn’t resist really getting into the country spirit and having some sweet potato fries with it. Whatever you choose, you need not make it too complicated to put together a hearty full meal.
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Midnight Baker
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