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This was a very yummy recipe...I was a bit disappointed in the gravy...I followed the recipe but the gravy never really thickened...I should have added some extra flour...overall it was delicious...and the steak was nice and crispy on the outside...this is my Mothers favored dish to order when we go out for lunch...made for Best of 2014 tag game...

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teresas February 16, 2015

This was delicious, CharityAnn. The gravy needed much more than just 1/4 teaspoon of salt and pepper, but that's a super easy fix. It was one of my favorite meals growing up, and this was much better than what my mom used to make. And as simple as it was to prepare, the end result was a delicious and filling meal that was enjoyed by everyone. Made for Best of 2014 tag game.

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NorthwestGal January 27, 2015

Delish! I think that this has become our favorite country fried steak recipe now. Thanks for sharing this great keeper. Made for Spring PAC 2014.

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lazyme April 26, 2014

this recipe is really delicious....I fried them in my dutch oven and thank you for the tip about starting the gravy first. It worked out just right. I served this with steamed broccoli to try and compensate for the unhealthinessLOL It was well worth the calories though~ used SeasonAll since I don't have "Johnny's". Husband loved it!

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sweetsouth April 12, 2011

This recipe was made on 6/24/09 for mine and SO's dinner.Since there was only the two of us eating, I did make a few changes to the way it was prepared.For the steaks, 1 1/2 cups of all-purpose flour, 2 teaspoons of salt, a couple of good shakes of pepper and garlic powder. And the full amount of seasoned salt was used. I didn't need the full amount of water, so 3/4 of a cup was used.And for the gravy, I didn't have any chicken broth so a chicken bouillon cube was dissolved in 1 cup of water. For the 1/4 cup flour , I used some of the flour that was leftover from coating the cube steaks.I fried the cube steaks until they were golden brown on each side. Then topped them with some of the gravy. I used to work for Shoney's and used to eat their Country Fried Steaks " , and I must tell you these taste nothing like them. These are 10x's better, and will be made again. Thanks for posting and, " Keep Smiling :) "

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Chef shapeweaver � June 25, 2009

Very good. My family loved it. Thanks.

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Oat57 August 15, 2007

This is indeed a winner! I add 1 tsp of paprika along with the garlic powder and seasoning salt. I serve the country gravy with my vintage cold box biscuits and sometimes I add sliced mushrooms to it when I want a meatless meal.

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Montana Heart Song February 18, 2007
Country Fried Steak