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Skid Row Joe

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Posted: 01/30/12 02:13am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Any quick and easy personal recipes to share?


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Posted: 01/30/12 05:47am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

2 tbsp Butter
2 tbsp Self-rising flour

stir together in pan to make a roux...letting it brown slightly and mix until smooth...

Add about 3/4 - 1 cup of milk...and stir constantly

Add salt and pepper to taste

Add in crumbles of sausage for a real treat...

I'm not sure about the measurments...but they'll get you in the ballpark. I just throw stuff together...and tinker with additional flour to thicken or milk to thin it out.

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I started using Southeastern Mills Country gravy mix, the old fashioned peppered gravy mix with sausage. I fry fresh sausage adding onions, peppers and seasoning to the gravy. Package makes 3 cups.





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Posted: 01/30/12 06:32am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

x2 on the Southern Mills Country gravy mix. I just add some crumbled fried sausage. If you don't like it quite so spicy, they have a more of a white gravy alternative. I think it is called, Country gravy.

People always want my recipe, so it can't be too bad. Terry R.


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I brown 1 lb of sausage, remove sausage and leave the grease. I usually have to add about 2 Tbs more oil. Add about 1/3 cup of flour and mix with the oil over medium heat. After the flour browns I add about half a skillet full of milk.:-) Whisk until it almost comes to a boil. Turn off heat and add sausage back to the pan. Salt and pepper to taste(I like lots of pepper!). I also add a little onion powder for a little more depth. All of the amounts are guesses, for some people like me it takes a LOT of practice to get decent gravy....


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Farmers Brothers makes an excellent white gravy mix that you add water to and pour it over whatever you want a white gravy on. Many restaurants use it.


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Posted: 01/30/12 06:56am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I've started using the gravy mixes too...It's really easy for camping, but I use it at home also!


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It depends on how many I'm feeding but for 2 of us this is what I do. I do try to watch the amount of fat in our meals....

Fry about 1/4 of a sausage roll then squish out as much fat as I can between a section of newspaper lined with paper towels.

Wipe out the skillet to remove as much grease as I can. Put the sausage back in and add 3-4 tablespoons of flour and mix with the sausage. There is still plenty of grease in the sausage to absorb the flour.

Mix about 3/4 cup fat free half & half & 3/4 cup skim milk and pour it slowly into the hot sausage/flour mix while stirring it.

Add as much seasoning as you want. I like to put a pinch of cayenne pepper & some extra sage in.

I'll have to try the Southern Mills Country gravy mix!


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Pioneer gravy mix is good, as well.

If you want really, really easy get Libby's sausage gravy in a can. It's good!

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Good sausage - Fry in skillet - Leave in fat.
Add enough flour to absorb the fat and cook over medium heat for 2-3 minutes. (We do not remove sausage)
Whisk in 2% milk slowly. Let cook over medium for a few more minutes.
Season with salt and fresh ground pepper, and just a dash of cayenne.

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