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  • Serves 2
  • Makes 2
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 6 Ingredients
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A yummy, messy crumbed steak recipe.


Ingredients (serves 2 | makes 2 Crumbed steaks)

  • 2 Rump steaks
  • 1/4 cup Flour
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 cup Breadcrumbs
  • 1 tblsp Parmesan cheese
  • Salt and pepper

Method

  1. Pound steak to tenderise.
  2. Combine flour, salt and pepper in a bread bag. Add steak and toss to coat
  3. Lightly beat egg in a bowl. Dip flour coated steaks in
  4. Combine breadcrumbs with parmesan and garlic powder in a bowl. Add steaks and press in crumbs till coated
  5. Cook. Serve with veggies or salad

Notes... Nice and easy yet delicious. I like mine served with veggies and a cheese sauce. Lush
  • This is definitely one my partner would love!

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  • I’ve never tried crumbed steak before, sounds like a high end schnitzel to me but very tasty im sure :)

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  • Sounds delicious and with crumbs, I haven’t tried before and sounds amazing.

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  • I bet my husband would like this.

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  • Nice and easy recipe I have tried crumbed steak before but have never actually made it this is a must try thank you

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  • Simple & delicious, great for the family.

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  • Sounds great will be trying this thanks

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  • I always crumb chicken but never have I thought to crumbed steak before,thanks

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  • I really like the addition of parmesan cheese. Brilliant!

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  • Sound nice…but where is the steak on the photo. ????


    • I was wondering that too! I wanted to see what they look like as I havent tried them before



      • There is a piece, raw, under my hand. You can see it through my fingers. It’s a messy fingers recipe, the messy part is crumbling the steak, not the finished cooked product
        Sorry to disappoint, it looks great cooked and tastes even better

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  • Wish there was a pic of the steak! =P

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  • A great family dinner favourite

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  • classic dish but very easy to make. always a crowd pleaser and a comfort food when you just feel like shitty.

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  • I like the addition of parmesan cheese!

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  • Id love to see what they look like cooked. I have never tried these

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