This recipe was shared with me by friend John shortly before he passed away. I had confided in him that I wanted to learn to cook like a Native Texan, and he started me off with this recipe, walking me through each step.
4 sirloin cube steaks (5-6 oz each) 2 cups milk 1 cup buttermilk 2 eggs 3 cups flour seasoning salt and pepper 1 cup light oil for frying
In a large baking pan mix the milk, buttermilk and eggs until well blended.
In a second pan, mix the flour and seasoning. The amount of seasoning you add is up to you.
Coat each flattened cube steak into the milk mixture first, making sure to coat both sides, and then dredge in the flour mixture. Don't be afraid to use your hands to help pat and press the flour to the steak on each side.
Place steak in heated oil. Fry each side until nicely browned.
Be sure to top it with country gravy that has been seasoned with a healthy amount of black pepper.