Chicken Fried Steak

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  • Cooking and Prep: 45 m
  • Serves: 8
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Latkes are not the only fried food to make on Chanuka, there are so many other wonderful fried food options out there. Like Chicken Fried Steak, for example. This adaptation of a Southern classic will blow your mind with its flavor and texture. It's definitely a must-try! Watch Danielle make it here.

 

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Ingredients (15)

Steaks

Gravy

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Prepare the Steaks

  1. Fill a large size pot with two to three inches of oil and set over medium-high heat.
  2. Prepare your dredging station. Combine egg and soy milk mixture and beat well.
  3. In a separate bowl, combine flour, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, salt and pepper.
  4. To prepare the steaks, lay steaks on a piece of parchment paper. Using the flat side of a meat pounder, flatten meat to an eighth-inch thick, and then switch to the spiked side and tenderize meat on both sides.
  5. Season the steak with salt and pepper. Take pounded steaks and dip in flour mixture, then in egg mixture and then again into the flour.
  6. Place into hot oil and allow to fry for three to four minutes. Remove the leftover oil from the pot, reserving half a cup, and reduce heat to low.

Make the Gravy

  1. Add the flour to the pot, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon.
  2. Season flour with salt and pepper and cook on low heat for two to three minutes.
  3. Raise heat to medium, and whisk in soy milk , little by little, constantly mixing to make sure that there are no clumps.
  4. Add in chicken stock and then Worcestershire sauce, constantly stirring until it thickens and stays on the back of a spoon (five to seven minutes).

  5. Serve hot together with mashed potatoes.
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  • Sheva

    Dipping Sauce

    What kind of dipping sauce would this recipe go well with? Besides for the gravy shown in the recipe.
    Posted by Cook2Be |December 19, 2019
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    You could really do anything- a chili sauce, creamy dressing, even just plain ketchup. Maybe a white wine mushroom sauce. I would use your favorite sauce.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|December 23, 2019
    0
  • Yaeli K

    chicken fried steak

    Hi i would like to know what kind of steak exactly,because when i go to the butcher there are so many different type of steak such as fairy steak or rib steak i am not sure which one is best to use??
    Posted by Yaeli |December 5, 2017
    Replies:
    Michal Frischman - Kosher.com Admin
    Yaeli, this recipe calls for sandwich steak, which is a thinly cut boneless steak that most kosher butchers take from a shoulder cut. If you can't find it in your butcher shop, ask your butcher for his recommendation. If it is a cut taken from the chuck (beef shoulder), you're going to want to tenderize it with a mallet or meat tenderizer. Enjoy!
    Posted by michalf|December 7, 2017
    0
 
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  • Sheva

    Dipping Sauce

    What kind of dipping sauce would this recipe go well with? Besides for the gravy shown in the recipe.
    Posted by Cook2Be |December 19, 2019
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    You could really do anything- a chili sauce, creamy dressing, even just plain ketchup. Maybe a white wine mushroom sauce. I would use your favorite sauce.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|December 23, 2019
    0
  • Yaeli K

    chicken fried steak

    Hi i would like to know what kind of steak exactly,because when i go to the butcher there are so many different type of steak such as fairy steak or rib steak i am not sure which one is best to use??
    Posted by Yaeli |December 5, 2017
    Replies:
    Michal Frischman - Kosher.com Admin
    Yaeli, this recipe calls for sandwich steak, which is a thinly cut boneless steak that most kosher butchers take from a shoulder cut. If you can't find it in your butcher shop, ask your butcher for his recommendation. If it is a cut taken from the chuck (beef shoulder), you're going to want to tenderize it with a mallet or meat tenderizer. Enjoy!
    Posted by michalf|December 7, 2017
    0

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