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Hardees steak biscuit

Last post Feb 23, 2009 7:39 AM by Alliea . 3 replies.


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  • Hardees steak biscuit

    Back in the eighties, our local Hardees made a steak biscuit that was a country fried steak on a biscuit,  It was delicious, Does anyone remember this or have a clone recipe?  I would love to recreate this.  It had some spice in it.

     

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  • Re: Hardees steak biscuit

    Sounds delicious, but I have no recipe. I hope someone can help.

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  • Re: Hardees steak biscuit

    Hi JILLDAN!     I've never had one, but sounds yummy!  Here's how I'd fix it:

    COUNTRY-FRIED STEAK on a BISCUIT

    minute steak, cut into portion slightly larger than your baked biscuit, amount depends on how many servings you want.

    Adolph's seasoned meat tenderizer (now made by Lowrey's, in a jar with spices)

    all-purpose flour

    vegetable oil for frying (lol, or bacon grease......how "country' are you?)

    Cut minute steak into pieces that will fit onto a biscuit.  Following directions on the tenderizer, sprinkle onto both sides of steak pieces.  Pat flour into seasoned steaks until very well coated & set floured meat onto a wire rack (helps coating set).

    Heat frying pan (cast-iron=country) & add enough oil/bacon grease till it's about 1/4-inch deep. Fry steaks in hot oil until nicely golden brown, turning once. Set cooked steaks on absorbant paper & then serve hot, in fresh-baked warm biscuits.

     

    ps....don'r forget to make some nice milk gravy from those drippings......yum!

     

                                                                              Cali

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  • Re: Hardees steak biscuit

    http://www.recipetrove.com/component/option,com_mtree/task,viewlink/link_id,142/Itemid,26/

     

    I found a biscuit clone.

     Country Steak BiscuitHARDEE"S STEAK BISCUIT

    Breaded steak fritter on a freshly baked Made from Scratch™ buttermilk biscuit.

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