Easy And Delicious Classic Chicken Fried Steak

Easy And Delicious Classic Chicken Fried Steak

You will love this Easy And Delicious Classic Chicken Fried Steak Recipe. This is a traditional southern-style recipe that packs a lot of flavor without using a lot of ingredients. All it takes is a few steps to have this classic comfort food recipe, one that the whole family will love. This chicken fried steak recipe is good served with mashed potatoes and gravy, along with a green vegetable like broccoli. Once you have your cube steak double coated with the seasoned flour mixture you can fry it in some hot oil in a skillet. The cube steak that is used for this chicken fried steak recipe is a cut of meat that comes from beef. Cube steak usually comes from the top round or top sirloin cut of beef, that is tenderized by pounding with a meat tenderizer. This cut of beef is the most common cut used for the American chicken fried steak recipe.

There are many different types of frying pans or skillets to use when you are making this chicken fried steak recipe. Cast iron frying pans are just one of the frying pans you might consider. Cast iron cookware has been around for a long time and is known to have excellent heat retention properties. Seasoning is used to protect bare cast iron cookware from rust and to create a surface that is non-stick. The different types of bare cast iron cookware can include waffle irons, Dutch ovens, panini presses, crepe makers, frying pans, deep fryers, woks, flattop grills, and griddles. You will find that cast iron cookware has been used for cooking for over two thousand years. Cast iron cookware was used as early as the Han Dynasty in China for use with salt evaporation. Cast iron cooking pots and cauldrons were a treasured cookware items as they were durable and excellent at retaining heat so that they would improve the quality of the prepared meal. In Europe, before the kitchen stove was introduced in the middle of the 19th century, recipes were often cooked in the hearth or the fireplace, so cooking pots and pans were designed for use in the hearth. This meant that all of the cooking vessels were designed to be suspended on, or in a fireplace. So cast iron pots were made with handles that allowed them to be hung over a fire, or with legs so that they could stand up in the fireplace. Cast iron Dutch ovens were a commonly used cooking pan that was called a spider because of its handle and three legs used to stand up in the coals and ashes of the fire. You will find cast iron fry pans, skillets and cookware still used in kitchens throughout the world.

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