Coated with batter and seasoned flour and fried: chicken-fried steak.
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1. (Cookery) (of meats, esp steak) coated in seasoned flour and pan-fried
2. informal a derogatory variant of countrified Compare Southern-fried
[sense 2 from chicken-fried steak, a popular dish of the Southern US]
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coated with batter or flour and fried: chicken-fried steak.
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April 3 -- Breakfast -- Berry French toast; Lunch -- Chicken-fried steak, chicken nuggets, PBJ, mashed potatoes/cucumbers, fresh fruit, peaches, milk
The team calls the menu at the comfortable neighborhood restaurant "elevated comfort food," with hearty items like chicken-fried duck confit, sticky pig cheeks with black vinegar glaze and mushroom gnocchi.
Lawrence Brewer, who was given the lethal injection at Huntsville prison on Wednesday, ordered two chicken-fried steaks with gravy and sliced onions, a triple-bacon cheeseburger and a cheese omelette with ground beef.
Two plate lunch specials--turkey with dressing and chicken-fried steak--were serviceable.
Legendary gossip columnist Liz Smith grew up on grits and gravy and chicken-fried steak, and fortunately for us, she's not about to switch sides now.
The world is a never-ending buffet of gastronomical adventures to be savored, whether it is the quest for the perfect cup of Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee, a trip to Thailand to experience the durian fruit (with a smell likened to stinky goat cheese combined with rancid eggs), or a foray to Chile to find the freshest seafood stew, along with culinary adventures throughout the US, such as to a Southern prison where a ten-time convict prepares chicken-fried hamburger and gravy-smothered fries, along with other specialty dishes.
"You can't beat the chicken-fried steak and collard greens."
In this book, you'll find recipes for Greens and Peanut Sauce, Baking Powder Biscuits, Grilled Okra and Tomatoes, Savannah Red Rice, Garlic Grits, Sweet Potato Pie, Jambalaya, Gumbo, Tomato Dumplings, Tofu Chicken-Fried Steak, Blackberry Cake, plus much more.
After refrigerating these cooked "chicken-fried steaks" for five days, she found that those in wheater batter registered a thiobarbituric acid (TBA) test value of 10.5 to 10.9--unquestionably and very objectionably rancid.
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We ordered the chicken-fried steak platter with a side salad and fries ($5.25), gyros platter with fries ($5.25), California burger with fries ($5.75), a shish-ka-bob sandwich ($3.95) and tabbouleh salad ($2.50), iced tea ($1.10) and three soft drinks ($1 each).
Our order included the chicken-fried steak ($6.92), the hubcap cheeseburger ($6.93), large onion rings ($3.93), and chicken strips ($6,92).