Italian Fried Steak

Thursday, June 1, 2017
Let me just say you can use any kind of meat here. Steak, chicken, cube steaks, turkey. Doesn't matter this is a basic coating that is fantastic on every meat you want to fry. No matter what you use for the meat it always is delicious and the smell frying is mouthwatering.

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This is a steak coated with breading and fried with delicious Italian spices with parsley garnished on top in a white dish





Addicting Crust



The outside coating is bursting with flavor.


I love these Italian breadcrumbs, no matter what you coat with them the meats taste fantastic.


Perfect for Venison lovers too!


You can even use this method on eggplant or any other vegetables if your vegetarian.



This is a steak coated with breading and fried with delicious Italian spices with parsley garnished on top in a white dish



Serve Plain or with Sauces



You can use your favorite dipping sauces or eat this plain as it is.


The meat is also great in a sandwich.


Add a sub roll, some melted cheese slices, lettuce and tomato and you have a great submarine sandwich!



This is a steak coated with breading and fried with delicious Italian spices with parsley garnished on top in a white dish




Fry or Bake



I know I have had several people ask if you can bake these instead of frying them.


You can absolutely bake these!


After you get the coating on the meat you prefer, simply just put them on a parchment lined cookie sheet.


Drizzle olive oil on each piece a few teaspoons on each piece, sprinkle with grating cheese and bake.


I usually bake them in a 350 degree preheated oven for around 35 minutes or until fork tender.



This is a steak coated with breading and fried with delicious Italian spices with parsley garnished on top in a white dish



Another Method



Another alternative is to use an Air Fryer. I put that to the highest setting for 14 minutes.


You don't even have to turn them.


Perfect for calorie countiing and a healthier version.


Italian Fried Steak Pin for later




This is a steak coated with breading and fried with delicious Italian spices with parsley garnished on top in a white dish



Try Some Other Favorite Recipes



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Chuck Steak Stew
Bourbon Ribs
Sausage Mushroom Peppers Cabernet
Venison Merlot Stew
Venison Cacciatore
Venison Stew Old Fashioned
Fried Venison
Vension with corn potatoes and carrot stew
Venison Fried Rice
Italian Stuffed Meatloaf









Marinade:



1 cup any good tasting white wine if it, not a good tasting wine don't use it!

3 cloves minced garlic

1/4 cup lemon juice

1/4 teaspoon salt, pepper, cayenne

dash of dried Italian herbs

add some fresh basil and rosemary if you like it

3 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil


Meat I prefer:



Steak boneless: (New York Strip, Boneless Ribeyes or whatever you prefer these are the most tender) sliced in long pieces or substitute chicken, cube steaks, veal, or even fish.


Coating mixture:




1 egg

1 cup flour

water

Italian flavored bread crumbs

Parmesan cheese added to bread crumbs two or three tablespoons


herbs: dried oregano, basil, parsley, salt, pepper, granulated garlic






Directions



Marinate the meat for at least 3 hours or overnight.


Slice the drained meat around 1/2 thick pieces.


Shake into all-purpose seasoned flour in a ziplock bag around 1 cup flour and around 1 teaspoon each of herbs and seasonings.


Place bread crumbs in a pie plate with seasonings.



Beat an egg and 1/4 cup water in a pie plate set aside.


Dip each floured cutlet into the beaten egg-water mixture and then


into Italian flavored breadcrumbs.


In a large fry pan add 2 tablespoons butter and canola or vegetable oil to cover the bottom of the pan and heat to medium heat.


Saute steaks on one side till golden brown then turn and cook till golden brown on the other side. Place on paper towel to drain off oil.


Serve immediately.



This is a steak coated with breading and fried with delicious Italian spices with parsley garnished on top in a white dish



Italian Fried Steak Pin for later




This is a steak coated with breading and fried with delicious Italian spices with parsley garnished on top in a white dish



Don't Forget to try some of our Dipping Sauces






Printable Recipe Below



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Italian Fried Steak

prep time: 15 min cook time: 25 min total time: 40 mins
This is a delicious marinade and coating for beef, chicken or even vegetables to fry, bake or even air-fry.

ingredients:


Marinade:



1 cup any good tasting white wine if it, not a good tasting wine don't use it!

3 cloves minced garlic

1/4 cup lemon juice

1/4 teaspoon salt, pepper, cayenne

dash of dried Italian herbs

add some fresh basil and rosemary if you like it

3 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil

Meat I prefer:



Steak boneless: (New York Strip, Boneless Ribeyes or whatever you prefer these are the most tender) sliced in long pieces or substitute chicken, cube steaks, veal, or even fish.


Coating mixture:



1 egg

1 cup flour

water

Italian flavored bread crumbs

Parmesan cheese added to bread crumbs two or three tablespoons


herbs: dried oregano, basil, parsley, salt, pepper, granulated garlic

instructions:


Directions



Marinate the meat for at least 3 hours or overnight.


Slice the drained meat around 1/2 thick pieces.


Shake into all-purpose seasoned flour in a ziplock bag around 1 cup flour and around 1 teaspoon each of herbs and seasonings.


Place bread crumbs in a pie plate with seasonings.



Beat an egg and 1/4 cup water in a pie plate set aside.


Dip each floured cutlet into the beaten egg-water mixture and then


into Italian flavored breadcrumbs.


In a large fry pan add 2 tablespoons butter and canola or vegetable oil to cover the bottom of the pan and heat to medium heat.


Saute steaks on one side till golden brown then turn and cook till golden brown on the other side. Place on paper towel to drain off oil.


Serve immediately.
calories
279
fat (grams)
15
sat. fat (grams)
11
carbs (grams)
4
net carbs
6
protein (grams)
22
sugar (grams)
5
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7 comments

  1. I'd love to try this on both steak and chicken!!!

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  2. These cutlets look so crispy and delicious! My entire family would love this! Pinned!!!

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  3. SO good. I did the baked version with ribeye and served it on some lightly toasted Italian bread. Great recipe!

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  4. I love that you can bake these as well! Looks so delicious!

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  5. This looks really tasty. I love the Italian seasons instead of the regular pepper.

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  6. I need to forward this recipe to my husband, I bet he's going to love it!

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  7. I love the sound of the marinade. And the chicken looks like it's perfectly crisped. YUM!

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