Chicken Fried Steak- Nana Helen Style

Martha Stewart Hillbilly Style

Chicken Fried Steak is a diner staple to us. Usually when we go to the diner for breakfast my Dad orders chicken fried steak, and sometimes I do to. It really depends on my mood. It is, however, not something we have ever enjoyed at home. My Mom ( Nana Helen) decided to try her hand at making it and then showing you guys! You can read the start of this series HERE.

Chicken Fried Steak- The Recipe


Wash and pound your meat thin.

Set up your dredging station as close to your stove as possible.

Dredge your steaks in flour, then buttermilk, and then flour. Place in hot grease to fry.

Fry each piece until they are golden brown on each side.

chicken fried steak

You can get the candied sweet potatoes HERE


Next up will be the collard greens to go with this meal!

Till We Dish Again,



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Bobbie is a handbag addict who has a passion for product reviews, tech, and food. Her first loves are her daughters, Dakotah and Alianna. Her second loves are bacon and coffee. Lots of bacon and coffee.


  1. says

    Though my family likes this meal, I’ve not particularly cared for the gravy. It’s strange though because in general I like all gravy. Gravy on everything. Heck, I would probably eat gravy on gravy with biscuits if I could have it. But not this one. I always ask for brown gravy instead. Weirdo, I guess. I love that your mom is Nana Helen. Thanks for the recipe!

  2. says

    I LOVE Chicken Fried Steak. In order for my stomach to agree with it I’d have to pile the veggie sides high to balance out; but, this recipe sounds absolutely worth it! Thanks for sharing!


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