True comfort food. Heaven in your mouth.
- Yellow or white onion
- Olive oil
- Flour (I use soy flour)
- Pepper (I used Jane’s Crazy Mixed Up Pepper)
- Garlic powder
- 1 tsp. sugar (or I use half a packet of Splenda)
- Kosher Salt
- Cooking oil
Melt your butter and add a little olive oil. While that is going on, slice your onion thinly and then add to the pan over medium heat. Your onions are going to take a while to carmelize and you’ll need to keep stirring them. Be patient. They’re worth the wait.
Pour a little flour into a shallow dish. Add your seasonings (salt, garlic powder, pepper) and mix well. Stir your onions. When they’re about half-carmelized, add your sugar/Splenda.
Lightly coat your minute steaks with the seasoned flour mixture. Place a few tablespoons of oil into a large skillet and heat to medium/medium high. Stir your onions and start to slowly add your cream to the carmelized onions, while stirring. Not sure your onions are done enough for that step yet? Taste them! They should be a lovely shade of brown and taste sweet.
Allow your creamy gravy mixture to cook down a bit while you are frying your minute steaks.
Spoon the gravy over your steak. Add something colorful (like sweet mini peppers for garnish) and think about using a colorful plate. It’s tough to make this dish pretty, otherwise, but you can do it with a little work!
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