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Serve up a dinnertime classic with our recipe for Chicken Fried Steak. This recipe has all that old-fashioned taste you grew up with, but with just a few tweaks to make it diabetic-friendly. Serve it alongside some of your favorite classic veggies and you've got a down-home dish to rave about!
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Feb 13, 2018
Yes, I agree with the others that regular eggs would work just as well as egg substitutes unless it is a matter of preference. It would be a little less expensive also as regular eggs are much cheaper. Unless the diner is on a low cholesterol diet also, I would stick with just regular eggs.
Jun 20, 2017
Can you just use egg white instead of the egg substitute? I would think that would keep it healthy and possibly work, right? This sounds like one of those recipes you keep in the front of your mind so that you can make it on a busy night because you have it memorized. Makes me think of my grandma's cube steak that she made in the oven that made its' own gravy, but in the oven.
Mar 04, 2017
is there a substitute for the egg substitute? Thanks
Test Kitchen Team
Mar 07, 2017
Hi there! You can substitute buttermilk or regular milk for the egg substitute in this recipe, however it may no longer be diabetic-friendly as it would change the provided Nutritional Information.
May 13, 2015
I found this dish very satisfying. I used wafer thin pork chops instead of beef. Excellent recipe!
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