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Old 08-29-2006, 09:40 AM   #1
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Wink Rice with chicken fried steak gravy?

Iam making chicken fried steak tonight-- has anyone served the gravy over rice ? Is it any good ? Would something else be better ! Help!

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Old 08-29-2006, 09:48 AM   #2
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Iam making chicken fried steak tonight-- has anyone served the gravy over rice ? Is it any good ? Would something else be better ! Help!

Hi Barb,
yes, my mom use to serve it with rice..I'm a rice lover so that was one of my favorite meals..Other times she would make mashed potatoes, and my kids like the gravy over shredded hash browns.

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Old 08-29-2006, 09:55 AM   #3
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I love the gravy over mashed potatoes, but I see no reason why rice would not work.
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yes, my mom use to serve it with rice..I'm a rice lover so that was one of my favorite meals..Other times she would make mashed potatoes, and my kids like the gravy over shredded hash browns.

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Thanks for your input - rice it is !!
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I love the gravy over mashed potatoes, but I see no reason why rice would not work.
Love mashed potatoes too-- in a rice mood right now though- gravy and sprinkled w/rice noodles ! Thanks for helping !
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yes gravy over rice is the bomb... "I love it"
can I come over and eat with you? lol
your menu sounds so good...
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yes gravy over rice is the bomb... "I love it"
can I come over and eat with you? lol
your menu sounds so good...
Sure can ! all family here !
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How could it NOT be good?
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fantastic!
I really am glad I came here, i thought it was only me and mine that likes gravy over rice (I get strange looks from my friends when I tell them).
I don`t chicken fry the beef though, I use cubed stewing steak in beer with onions, bay, chili, herbs/spices and a few stock cubes (sorry, I do cheat with stock cubes, I don`t always have the time). let it simmer until the meats tender and then thicken it up a little with corn flour in water.
make a well in the basmati rice put the beef in the middle and pour the gravy over the top.

unbeatable! and much better than "any good" ;-)
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fantastic!
I really am glad I came here, i thought it was only me and mine that likes gravy over rice (I get strange looks from my friends when I tell them).
I don`t chicken fry the beef though, I use cubed stewing steak in beer with onions, bay, chili, herbs/spices and a few stock cubes (sorry, I do cheat with stock cubes, I don`t always have the time). let it simmer until the meats tender and then thicken it up a little with corn flour in water.
make a well in the basmati rice put the beef in the middle and pour the gravy over the top.

unbeatable! and much better than "any good" ;-)
Your way sounds really good too--thanks for the idea !!
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