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Last Updated on November 28, 2020
There is nothing like Crispy paleo chicken fried steak smothered with rich gravy! Pair it with mashed potatoes and vegetables for the perfect comfort food dinner!
So I’m going share a “Kelly Moment with” you. A long time ago, in a galaxy far way I was a 19-year-old who decided become a vegetarian. I started by declaring to my friends that I was going to stop eating beef and only eat chicken and fish.
That all went well until I went to the local diner and order chicken fried steak and after I had polished it off, my friend Tora asked me how the beef tasted.
Yeah. I totally did that and it goes to show how little I knew about food at that time.
Paleo Chicken Fried steak has been on my to-do list for a while and this recipe is the perfect gluten-free indulgence.
A tip for this Paleo Chicken Fried Steak:
Eat this hot out of the pan. If you try to leave this on warm in the oven the bottom of it will get a little, well, gooey.
This is Paleo Chicken Fried Steak is the ultimate comfort food dish.
- 1/4 cup bacon grease
- 1 lb cubed steak cutlets
- 2 large eggs
- In a skillet over medium heat add the bacon grease.
- Combine the tapioca flour, sea salt and garlic powder in a paper bag and shake to combine.
- Crack the two large eggs into a large bowl and beat.
- Take the cubbed steak and, piece by piece, dip the steak in the flour mixture, then place in the egg wash and place back into the flour mixture for a final coat.
- Place the coated steak in the bacon grease and fry until golden brown, roughly 4 -5 minutes per side and flip and repeat.
- Once all the steaks have been fried, place the HWC or coconut milk into the pan and whisk with the drippings until you have a gravy, roughly 1 minute.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 776Total Fat: 53gSaturated Fat: 28gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 21gCholesterol: 271mgSodium: 756mgCarbohydrates: 44gFiber: 1gSugar: 3gProtein: 30g
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