This Is a good recipe the trick to good chipped beef is use a high grade of smoked dry beef the harder it Is smoked the better you need that salt taste and I find that whole milk will change the taste also yes it Is not the best meal for the heart thats for sure! Its not something you should eat every week . If you are running your dry beef under water before you cook it dont even bother making this recipe this will change the taste. ..Thanks for sharing your great recipe!
My mom used to make this all the time when I was little. This recipe turned out just how I remembered it to be! It was excellent. Chad even liked it. Next time though, I will rinse the meat beforehand to get rid of some of the salt. I had meant to this time, but it slipped my mind when I actually went to cook! Thanks for bringing back good memories with an old recipe!
I have made this basic recipe for years. I serve over mashed potatoes. One trick to reduce the salt content is to thoroughly rinse the chipped beef before beginning recipe!!
Made this this morning, followed the recipe exactly only put this over Grands Biscuits instead of toast. Very easy, very good, really hit the spot. I crave this sometimes, so I'll use this recipe again. Yum!
Needs more like 6 ounces of meat, and LOTS of black pepper. And, I added granulated garlic after t cooked because this sauce needed some ooomph! The way the recipe is, IMO, is "OK".... definitely not worth 5 stars. People give out 5 stars way too easily. Quite edible.... 3 stars..... maybe would have gone 3.5 if it was an option.
Just the way I remembered! Super easy, fast, filling- and no last minute grocery store runs for ingredients! This fed my husband and I- without leftovers. I also took Chef#1378631's advice and rinsed the beef to reduce the salt content. The result was good ol' comfort food fast, and not too salty! Thanks so much!
This is exactly how I make it and how my Dad made it, only we add a can of Veg-all mixed veggies in after the white sauce is made. Then seve over toast. Yummy!!
Made it last night for my mother-in-law, she was the only one home. She requested I make this, used your recipe, it was perfect! Just like my Dad makes. I did add 1/8 of smoked paprika to the dish as I cooked it, and served it on hamburger buns we had to eat up. You made a 93 year old woman happy, took Mom back to her childhood.
Just like I remember. Comfort food at its best, this one is always a favorite. Thanks for posting the recipe!
Very simple dish. I used a tad more pepper as a personal preference. I also think next time I will try over homemade biscuits (such as #9494 chedder bay biscuits) as perviously suggested, since the DH is a fan of those. Probably not as healthy, I know, but comfort food for sure.