How to make Chicken Fried Steak
Preheat your oven to 275 degrees
The meat should be thinly sliced about 1/2 inch thick.
Ask the butcher in the meat department to slice it for you if needed. Believe it or not they still do that sort of thing.
Place the flour in a bowl and add the salt & pepper and mix well.
In another bowl add the eggs.
Dredge each slice of meat in the flour mixture until each piece is well coated.
Using a meat tenderizing mallet pound the meat until each piece is about 1/4 in thickness.
Alternatively you can use a needling device and do the same thing.
Dredge meat in flour mixture again, then in egg mixture and once more in the flour mixture and place the meat on a plate.
Pour enough oil into a large frying pan to cover the entire bottom.
Heat over medium to medium high heat.
When oil is hot place however many pieces of meat in the pan that will fit without over crowding.
Cook for about 4-5 min on each side or until a golden brown.
Once done, place the meat on a baking sheet inside the oven to keep it warm while you cook the remaining meat.
Once all the meat is cooked leave about 4-5 tbls of oil.
Whisk in about 4 tbls of flour.
Add the chicken stock and continue whisking until it comes to boil.
Add milk and whisk for about 10 min or until gravy becomes thick.
Taste and add additional salt or pepper to taste if needed.
Serve steaks with gravy over the top.