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Have a classic Southern dinner item on your table in about 35 minutes with this Country Fried Steak With Milk Gravy recipe–without straining yourself or breaking the bank! The milk gravy goes nicely over mashed potatoes (or whatever side you choose that normally comes with gravy).
This recipe is rather close to the way that Mother often cooked what she called “minute steaks.” It’s a great option for midweek dinners, especially when you’re on a budget, as you can have the dish ready in a little over half an hour, and cube steaks aren’t all that expensive, either. And the sides most commonly paired with it are rather easy and inexpensive to put together, as well. It’s good flavor for the time and the money.
Recipe courtesy of AllRecipes
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Quick tip: Serve with mashed potatoes – delicious!