Ok, I know this may sound like a strange one, it was to me anyway, until i tried it. Im pretty sure it can be found in all parts of the U.S but Ive never seen it here in Toronto. I could be wrong, but basically, you take the steak, pound it thin, coat it in a breading like the kind used for fried chicken, then you fry the steak.
When its browned nicely, you serve it and pour on some thick white gravy. I had it once as I was driving to Chicago, so im not sure if its a midwest thing, or if its popular as a comfort food across all the states. Im sure its probably not good for you(What comfort food really is?), but it would be nice to have it sometime, as I remember, it was delicious. I believe it was serve with mashed potatos and vegetables, with some fresh bread.
Damn it was good!