Chicken Fried Steak Bites with Country Gravy is one of my family’s very favorite meals. It is comfort food at it’s best. I like to cut up the steak into bite size pieces to make it more kid friendly and everyone can choose their portion size.
I think the first time I had chicken fried steak was at a tiny little restaurant when my husband and I were dating. It was actually a taco joint that served the best chicken fried steak sandwiches. I was hooked.
I later learned to cook chicken fried steak from my sister-in-law, we used to make it almost every weekend. There’s no telling how many chicken fried steaks we cooked together over the years.
If chicken fried steak is on the menu at a restaurant, I almost always have to have it, but only if it has white gravy – no brown gravy for this girl. The local barbecue restaurant serves a fantastic chicken fried steak that is as big as my head. It is so good, but way too much, that’s why I love the chicken fried steak bites.
I’ve served my chicken fried steak bites to my family and many family friends over the years. It was always funny for picky little kids to go from a turned up nose to wanting their mom to get the recipe, because it is the best thing ever.
The secret ingredient for the best Southern Chicken Fried Steak is McCormick Lawry’s Seasoned Salt. You mix the Lawry’s into the flour mixture to create the signature crispy breading that makes chicken fried steak so tasty.
It is traditional to serve chicken fried steak with mashed potatoes and it is all smothered in country gravy and it is a comforting meal that everyone absolutely loves. Be sure to leave a comment and share your American Homemade Stories!
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