Combine flour, salt,
and black pepper and mix well.
Dredge cut pieces of
steak in flour mixture, reserving remaining dry mixture.
Take each serving piece,
one at a time, sprinkle flour mixture on one side and pound well with
a meat mallet, edge of a dinner plate, or the back of a knife until extra
flour is pounded into the meat and steak is tenderized. Turn over and
repeat for the other side. Do this for all pieces of steak.
Over medium heat, pour
cooking oil into iron skillet to a depth of about 1/2 inch and heat.
When oil is hot (375°
F) place pieces of steak in skillet and fry until golden brown on each
side and steak is done to taste.
Serves: 1 - 2
Try this steak with Sawmill gravy.
Sawmill is a milk gravy that is also nice in the morning as a breakfast.
Iron skillet cooking is easy and delicious.
Cliff's article about iron skillets