4 Cubed steaks about 1/4 pound each
2 Cups flour
2 Cups milk
1 Tbs salt
2 tsp pepper
Iron skillet (or a good frying pan)
is my simple frying batter that I have used in many of my other recipes
on this page. So simple! On a plate, mix your salt, pepper, and flour
together.(A true Southerner, like my cousin Carol, will yell at me and
ask why I didn't use buttermilk. ;)) In a bowl, mix your milk and egg.
Here is a photo of my prep station:
Go ahead and get your grease ready. You will need it to be about 1 inch
deep. Turn it on about 7. Okay, now you are ready to batter the meat.
Double dipping is what will get you a nice thick and crunchy crust. Dip
in milk, flour, milk, then flour again. Don't shake off the excess
flour!!!!! Let it stay on, trust me, it will get soaked up as it sits
and waits for the grease!
Once the grease is hot enough,
gently add the steaks. They will shrink, so you are good to cram as many
as you can in there. I managed to get all 4 steaks in.
for 3 minutes, then gently flip. Fry for 4 minutes on each side after
the first flip. If they still don't look golden in color and crunchy,
crank up the heat and fry on high for an additional 1 minute or less on
each side. This cooking time will get your steaks well done. Check to
make sure it's done then remove steaks! So, use less time if you want