Posted by on Nov 18, 2020 in Main Courses | 17 comments

DEEP FRIED STEAK – VIDEO RECIPE

DEEP FRIED STEAK – VIDEO RECIPE

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Ingredients:

1 large beef steak (cut into 4)
1tsp paprika
1tsp garlic salt
1tsp cayenne pepper
2tsp Italian seasoning
salt & pepper
vegetable oil for DEEP frying

serve with fries, mash, or greens

ENJOY!

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Ingredients:

1 large beef steak (cut into 4)
1tsp paprika
1tsp garlic salt
1tsp cayenne pepper
2tsp Italian seasoning
salt & pepper
vegetable oil for DEEP frying

serve with fries, mash, or greens

ENJOY!

~ Nicko


Music from Nicko's Kitchen is from http://www.incompetech.com
Used with permission

17 Responses to “DEEP FRIED STEAK – VIDEO RECIPE”

  1. Irfan Handono says:

    The best steak ever! It’s crispy, just like fried chicken. :D

  2. Jason Dimas says:

    does it even taste like a steak after you put all those spices in?
    disgusting.

  3. brenden Starkey says:

    What temperature do I put it on

  4. drjjpdc says:

    Temp should be around 350. You don’t need spices on a good steak. S&P is
    all you need. I was deep frying a turkey once and when it was done and the
    oil still hot, I threw some steaks in and they were fantastic. Crispy
    outside and tender in. The inside goes past the pink stage but it still has
    all the tenderness as if it was blood rare. Depending on thickness (1″)
    should take about 3 minutes.

  5. Anne Bailor says:

    Hey watch this with the subtitles on it’s hilarious. 1:34 – 4:00

  6. CologneCarter says:

    +Cheryl Massey Nicko is not a chef, but a guy who likes cooking and what
    you call burnt is very likely either being sight imapared or a wrong color
    setting on your monitor. There isn’t even a black spot visible.

  7. Apolloisbest says:

    I WANT COUNTRY FRIED STEAK DAMMIT.

  8. C MasseyFL says:

    Are you kidding me. Is this guy supposed to be a Chef. That steak is
    BURNT

  9. rbuffalo1000 says:

    MEATGASM YEAH go for it DUDE!!! gimmee that steak!! Steak everyday for the
    rest of your life!!

  10. Robert Paris says:

    The whole thing about food is to be innovative and the steak is not ruined
    if the steak is tender to cut; as you can see he used a butter knife to cut
    it. Now if you just like the taste of blood in your food then this recipe
    is not for you. But otherwise listen to what he said how good it tasted.
    now i don’t think that salt is a good thing to put on a steak but in this
    case the meat was very easy to cut. Nice innovation here some people could
    learn something old but new to some.

  11. Rigoberto Melendez says:

    Wtf

  12. yakuzelizard says:

    Dude…its cube steak…not ribeye. Cube steak is used for Country Fried
    Steaks….

  13. yakuzelizard says:

    He bought cube steak…you know …like country fried steak meat.

  14. yakuzelizard says:

    Looked like cube steak…you know…the steak they use for country fried
    steak.

  15. BluBoulzor says:

    LMFAO I knew there was something wrong with that pronunciation.

  16. nicolassoleil says:

    It wouldn’t have as much of a crust on it. It’s perfectly fine without the
    flower, but the crust gives it more texture.

  17. LostSoulVII says:

    The ingrediants werent clear enough… I put my dog in the oven…