Simple Way to Make Favorite Country Fried (Venison) Steak

Country Fried (Venison) Steak. Organically raised deer and elk shipped from our farm to your door. Order Superior Quality Fallow Deer Venison at UnderHill Farms. Country-Fried Venison "This is our favorite way to fix venison tenderloin," says Sandra Robinson of Fair Grove, Missouri. "The marinade and coating eliminate the wild flavor in these tender mouthwatering steaks."—Sandra Robinson, Fair Grove, Missouri Country Fried Venison Steak.

You'll find it all over the South and especially around Texas and Oklahoma. Country fried steak goes by many different names. Some call it "chicken fried steak," while others call it "cube steak." There may be a few differences in the three, but if you ask me it's all basically the same tasty goodness!

Hello everybody, it’s Drew, welcome to our recipe site. Today, we’re going to make a special dish, country fried (venison) steak. It is one of my favorites. This time, I am going to make it a little bit tasty. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

Organically raised deer and elk shipped from our farm to your door. Order Superior Quality Fallow Deer Venison at UnderHill Farms. Country-Fried Venison "This is our favorite way to fix venison tenderloin," says Sandra Robinson of Fair Grove, Missouri. "The marinade and coating eliminate the wild flavor in these tender mouthwatering steaks."—Sandra Robinson, Fair Grove, Missouri Country Fried Venison Steak.

Country Fried (Venison) Steak is one of the most well liked of current trending meals in the world. It is easy, it’s quick, it tastes yummy. It’s appreciated by millions every day. They’re fine and they look fantastic. Country Fried (Venison) Steak is something that I have loved my whole life.

To get started with this recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can have country fried (venison) steak using 9 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Country Fried (Venison) Steak:

  1. {Make ready of Cubed Venison Steaks.
  2. {Get of Buttermilk.
  3. {Prepare of Dales Steak Seasoning.
  4. {Make ready of Olive oil.
  5. {Make ready of All-purpose flour.
  6. {Get of Salt and pepper.
  7. {Get of Paprika.
  8. {Take of Garlic powder.
  9. {Prepare of Onion power.

Most people make it with beef round steak, but my family is all about the venison. Remove any fat on the steaks. In a shallow pan or plate, sift together flour, salt, and pepper; dredge the steaks and coat both sides. In a large frying pan (I use my cast-iron frying pan), over medium-high heat, add vegetable oil and heat until a drop of water sizzles.

Instructions to make Country Fried (Venison) Steak:

  1. Put equal parts buttermilk and Dales in a shallow dish. Put the flour and spices in another shallow dish..
  2. Mix both the flour mixture and the buttermilk and Dales well..
  3. Dip the steaks in both mixtures and place in a pan with hot oil..
  4. (In this photo, I have dipped and am frying the first batch while the second batch has been dipped and is waiting.).
  5. Once you can see the browning coming up from the bottom as in this photo, flip the steaks and cook them another couple minutes..
  6. Let steaks cool on a plate lined with paper towels..

Flatten cutlets with meat mallet until flat. Country Fried Steak (CFS) has a few other names throughout the U. S. and the world: chicken fried steak, pan fried steak, weiner schnitzel, milanesa, and no doubt a whole lot of others that I don't know about. The steak itself may be veal cutlets, beef, bear, or venison cube steak (you could use pork or chicken cutlets as well). This tender and juicy country Fried Deer Steak is bursting with flavor and sure to become your new favorite venison recipe!

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