2lb. Steak, cut into larger chunks
1/3c + few TBS. Vegetable Oil
In bowl mix:
1/2 tsp Seasonal Salt
1/4 tsp Pepper
1/4 tsp Garlic Powder
1/4-1/2 tsp Paprika
1T Grated Parmesan Cheese (Store shelf kind)
1/2c Heavy Whipping Cream
1/8 tsp Sea Salt (Optional)
1 tsp Louisiana Hot Sauce (Optional – I forgot)
1 can Cream of Chicken
1 Packet Turkey Gravy
1/2c Sour Cream
Mix well the sauce. Set in fridge. Mix flour mixture in one bowl. Beat egg mixture in separate bowl. Toss steak with flour mixture. Pour egg mixture over steak in flour. Give a slight toss. Heat oil on skillet. Brown all sides.
For Tender Fried Steaks (Pictured):
Slightly Butter Flavor Cooking Spray Crockpot. ADD IN SAUCE first. Lay fried steak on top. Leave it be. If stirring is needed, Stir Minimumly! Cook on LOW, or even warm, for 4 hours. I say DO NOT stir often, due to browned batter falling off. It’s a mess if you do. BUT, a delicious mess!!!
Preheat oven 350. Fry in oil til browned. Move to baking dish. Pour sauce over. Bake for 15minutes. Slightly turn. Bake another 10-15 minutes. Or until desired doneness.
OR Crispier(Works for whole steaks, as well):
If you add a lil baking powder and baking soda into the egg mixture for extra crunch, it will turnout too… Fry. Bake at 350, if needed, to desired steak doneness. Heat sauce in pan, top sauce mixture RIGHT BEFORE serving.
Your option on cooking method. All work. Also, I pour egg batter over, because I think it’s easier than alternate dipping (Flour, egg, then BACK into flour), which I lose most batter on fingers. Especially, working with small pieces. Whole steaks alternate works.
tTt’s Delicious MASHED TATERS
7-10 Potatoes (Reserve juice from cooking potatoes)
4-5 Chicken Broth Cubes (For Boiling Potatoes)
1.5c Sour Cream
Boil potatoes in pan with enough water to barely cover potatoes WITH chicken broth cubes. LEAVE THE SKINS ON! Why… Why do yous hate the skins so much? Remove potatoes when tender. RESERVE JUICE. Mash Potatoes, add rest of ingredients PLUS 3/4c water/broth potatoes were cooked in. Mash and stir some more.