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Old 03-06-2008, 01:26 AM   #11
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I make cube steak often but with no breading and a brown beef gravy made from drippings, flour and beef broth and a touch of milk. One of my fav meals. Need to try Ol blues sometime soon.
I guess I will have to try Ol blue's Mushroom Gravy.
I have tried for years to get a good gravy from cube steak. The nonstick pan leaves no flavored drippings. I even tried a cast iron skillet witn the same results-- A salty, peppry, Wall paper paste!. The use of a beef bullion cube may be the answer to give it a meat flavor.

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Old 03-07-2008, 01:12 AM   #12
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I guess I will have to try Ol blue's Mushroom Gravy.
I have tried for years to get a good gravy from cube steak. The nonstick pan leaves no flavored drippings. I even tried a cast iron skillet witn the same results-- A salty, peppry, Wall paper paste!. The use of a beef bullion cube may be the answer to give it a meat flavor.

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I hope this works for you. Enjoy! Debbie
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Old 03-07-2008, 08:20 AM   #13
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I guess I will have to try Ol blue's Mushroom Gravy.
I have tried for years to get a good gravy from cube steak. The nonstick pan leaves no flavored drippings. I even tried a cast iron skillet witn the same results-- A salty, peppry, Wall paper paste!. The use of a beef bullion cube may be the answer to give it a meat flavor.

TIA,
Charlie
Um... are you using any oil/shortening/lard etc to fry the cube steaks in? if so there should be drippings. If the gravy tastes like paste, you aren't letting your flour brown long enough before adding the milk.
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