Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

I was raised on this recipe, my grandmother made it, my mother made it, and I make it at least twice a month. Back in my grandmothers time, feeding 8 children, you made due. To this day, my children could have sausage, or bacon gravy for breakfast. They want baloney gravy every time. Don't let the name scare you off, This is very good.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 6 -7 slices of good bologna
  • 14 cup oil, approximately
  • flour
  • 12 glass milk
  • 12 glass water
  • salt and pepper


  1. Take your Bologna and cut all 6-7 pieces at the same time, in about 1 inch squares.
  2. Put oil in pan and lightly brown Bologna.
  3. Add flour to thicken the oil, it is really hard to say exactly how much flour, it is just like making any other gravy.
  4. I also add the pepper, we like alot of pepper in ours, it just depends on your taste.
  5. I take the milk and water in the same glass and slowly pour it into the pan, stirring constantly until you have gravy.
  6. Serve over bisquits, with a couple of fried eggs on the side, and you got yourself one good breakfast.


Most Helpful

oh my goodness, whatever you do- don't try using cheap bologna! icky!

pugsinbuffalo November 15, 2009

I used a combo of oil and butter, and I used Boarshead Bologna (a really good brand of meats), and added a bit of garlic and onion. I ate mine with eggs. I recently decided to try buying bologna again... it's been since I was a teenager; but making sure to purchase the quality brands. Bologna doesn't necessarily equal "cheap meat." :) Good comfort food!

Julesong December 20, 2004

Away from the barbeque I am not a cook by any stretch of the imagination however this recipe was fairly easy once I got the gravy part down since I never made gravy before. After having used too much flour and thinning it down with more milk and water this turned out exactly as I remember it as a child.

johnmhewel May 28, 2004

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