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Biscuits and Gravy

Biscuits & Gravy
  • Two cans Pilsbury Grands Buttermilk Biscuits
  • 1 lb. ground breakfast sausage
  • 2/3 cups flour
  • 4 1/2 cups milk
  • salt & pepper

Bake biscuits according to package instructions. After placing them in oven, start the gravy.

Put meat in large skillet on medium high heat. Chop up the meat into small pieces.
Keep chopping meat as it cooks and browns.
Brown the sausage completely.
Add flour slowly, sprinkling it over all the sausage, then cooking it into the sausage until it's brown again.Start to add milk slowly.
Switch tools to a gravy stirring type, stir slowly and turn down heat to medium.
Keep stirring until the gravy thickens. Add salt and pepper if needed.Split a biscuit in half, brown side up, then add gravy and enjoy!

I got this hearty, down-home recipe from my sweet brother-in-law, Jimmy, in Oklahoma.


Kelly said…
I just posted this on Internecipes, but wanted to add it to here too. We made biscuits and gravy over the weekend for the workers (and us) and they loved it. Paige, I hope your dad loves it when you make this favorite breakfast for him some time!
Mike and Kim said…
Mike loves biscuits and gravy, but I have never made them. With this post and recipe I have been inspired, Mike will be so happy.

P.S. I love the step by step how to picture, it makes it look so easy.
Láthspell said…
Oh man, this is one of our favorite breakfasts. We love it when Mom makes it!
Lonna said…
Mmmmmm, we too love biscuits and gravy. I think this one will be given a good try around here.
Brinley V. said…
it looks super yummy and looks like a great recipe! can't wait for your visit in july! that will be soo much fun!!!
Julie said…
Well, now I'm very hungry! What a nice thing to do for the workers! I'm sure they enjoyed it!
Cathleen said…
I saw this recipe on your blog a few days ago. I finally went and bought the stuff and made it tonight. Breakfast for dinner is always a hit here and everyone loved your recipe. Thanks for sharing.....appreciate the step by step and photos too!

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