* 4 round steaks or cube steaks
* Seasoned flour (I season it with seasoning salt, maybe some onion powder)
* About 4 eggs
* Oil or shortening for frying (1/2 an inch in your pan)
* Black pepper
* Milk and flour for gravy
Get you a meat mallet and pound each steak to tenderize it. Try to make them about 1/4 - 1/2 inch thick. If you have cube steaks skip this step. While you are doing this, heat up your oil/shortening to about 350 degrees.
Sprinkle each steak with black pepper. Mix an equal amount of seasoned flour and breadcrumbs in a bowl. In a seperate bowl, crack your eggs and mix them up good. Dip each steak in the flour/breadcrumb mix, then the egg mix (make sure to coat fully), then back in the flour/breadcrumb mix.
Place each steak in the oil/shortening and fry until you start seeing red juices come out on top, that is your sign to flip it. Flip and fry for equal time on the other side. You should place the steak in a warmed oven (200 degrees) while you finish up the rest of the steaks and then make the gravy.
In the same pan you used to fry the steaks, add about 1/4 a cup of flour to the drippings (If there is more then half a cup of drippings, discard the excess). Mix well to form a paste, add milk and blend until desired consistency for gravy is reached. You need to be stirring this constantly. Add some pepper to this.
And there you have it! This is probably my favorite meal. I eat it with mashed potatoes, biscuits and beer...and I am NOT shy with the gravy!