Chicken Fried Steak Sandwich

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Introduction: Chicken Fried Steak Sandwich

Turn your country style breakfast into a handheld meal ready to go!

Step 1: Things You Will Need

Cube Steak
Hamburger buns
2 cups flour
2 table spoons corn starch
1 tsp garlic
1 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp salt
1 cup milk
2 eggs
3 TBLS butter (or oil)

Your Favorite Condiments (I Normally Use The Following):

Lettuce
Red onion
mustard
dill pickles
Mayonnaise
(Provolone) Cheese slices

Step 2: Getting Started

1. Mix Milk And Eggs in another medium pan.
2. Mix Flour, Corn Starch, & dry seasonings together in medium pan.
3. Heat Butter (or oil) in large frying pan.

Step 3: Breading and Frying Your Steak

1. Place cube steak into egg mixture until well coated on both sides.
2. place steak into flour mixture until well coated on both sides.
3. Repeat  the process again until there is a double coat of both egg and flower mixtures.
4. Place in the frying pan on medium to high heat and cook on both sides until golden brown.
5. Place cooked steaks on paper plate and pat with paper towels to soak up extra grease.

Step 4: Assembling You Sandwich

1. Toast your bun (optional)
2. Place a light coat of Mayonnaise on buns (optional)
3. Place lettuce, onions, pickles, and mustard (or the veggies and condiments of your choice)
4. Place one layer of cheese, then the Steak, Then another piece of cheese. (cheese is optional)
5. Place the top of the bun onto the sandwich and serve.

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13 Comments

Looks good I'm hungry now

You had me at "Fried"...that's beautiful...

The most freshest chicken fried chicken burger ever!! A meat grinder is a great investment, i am tellin' all of you!!

I am making this tonight! All your 'ibles are inspired and tasty, sir.

I kneel before your excellent culinary judgement. That's a Smooth Fro you got there, by the way.

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MUST MAKE!!!!!! also would bacon be considered as a condiment?

Yes it would.I didn't put it in this instructable because I put bacon in almost everything else i make. Just thought it might be overkill...what was I thinking.

This looks awesome. You got me with the pickles and mustard. I'll have to try this out soon!

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The Pickle gets'em every time! It's kind of a secret weapon.