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Homemade Sausage Gravy

Homemade sausage gravy and biscuits are definitely a family favorite in our home. It brings back some great memories for our oldest boys. Every time they would go visit their grandparents, they would always make them biscuits and gravy. It was and still is their favorite meal for breakfast.

Directions for Making the Sausage Gravy

Making sausage gravy is really easy. It cooks up quickly so don’t walk away for too long.

You want to start with browning your sausage. Once it is browned, add in the flour, and stir that in with the sausage.

Add your milk, (a few cups at a time) and stir well. Once the milk is all combined, add in your salt and pepper. You can adjust the seasonings according to your taste. You can always add more, but you can’t take away. Remember that!! I like to let it cook for 15-20 minutes. If it gets too thick, thin it out with some more milk.

This gravy goes well with my buttered biscuits recipe. If you haven’t tried these super easy no-fail biscuits, run don’t walk, and go make them!

Recipe for Sausage Gravy

  • 2 lbs of ground sausage
  • 5 C milk (I use my canned milk)
  • 1/2 C flour
  • 1/2 TBS salt
  • 1 1/4 tsp of pepper

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      Sarah Smith

      It would be canned for meat times. I have canned this in the past, but it is a tricky thing to can. Milk sometimes can curdle if it is brought to temperature too quickly. I had the canning instructions on here initially and then removed them. You can start it cold and increase the temp slowly or start warm. I have done it both ways.

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