Today, I have picked a steak recipe and it is for the milk steak. Milk steak originated in America and became famous around the globe due to the uniqueness of its taste. It is a steak cooked in milk and is served with a thick milk sauce.
American cuisine has great taste and has become popular worldwide. American culture of eating is widely adapted and indulged by almost everyone around the world. Whether it’s their pancakes, hotdogs, puddings, or steak, American food is one of the most loved foods on this planet.
To make milk steak, coat steak with salt and pepper and set it aside for an hour. Coat the steak with a flour mixture. Then, dip it in the eggs and then in the flour again. Then, heat the lard in a skillet and cook the steak for 5 minutes from each side. Then, cook the flour in the same skillet. Add milk, salt, and pepper and cook it until it’s thick. Pour this sauce over the steak.
This is just an overview of the recipe. Find the complete recipe below. There are other main course recipes on our blog as well that you should also check.
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Milk Steak Recipe
- 4 cubes Steak
- 1 cup All-Purpose Flour
- ¼ cup Lard
- 1 cup Milk
- 2 Eggs (beaten)
- 1 ¾ teaspoon Ground Black Pepper
- ½ teaspoon Salt
- Cover the steak with salt and black pepper. Keep it aside for half an hour.
- In a bowl, add flour and pepper and mix well. Dip the steak in this mixture to coat well.
- In another bowl, beat the eggs. Dip the steak in the eggs and again coat it with the flour mixture.
- Take a skillet and heat the lard in it over medium flame. Cook each steak on each side for 5 minutes until they turn golden. Keep them separate.
- In the same skillet, sprinkle two tablespoons flour in it. Cook the flour till it gets brown. Add some milk to it to make a smooth batter. To this, add milk gradually and whisk it for 4 minutes till the mixture gets thick. Lastly, add salt and pepper to it.
- You can use this gravy to cook the steak or you can pour this gravy over the steak.