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This was really good! I think I like it just as much as sausage gravy, if not more. It's cheaper than sausage gravy too (and probably has less calories). I had to use dried onions because I didn't realize that I had run out of "real" onions, and I don't really recommend that. It had an overpowering flavor of minced onions. However, I can just imagine how awesome it would be with the right ingredients. Thanks for sharing!
I just finished making this gravy recipe.It does taste a lot like Cracker Barrels.I didn't put as much pepper in it.I just peppered to taste,same with the salt.This is a keeper.Thanks for posting it.
I think just a tad too much pepper for us, I would use only 1/2 what's called for next time but very good gravy and easy to make!
My husband said you better write that down! We had this with #9494 Cheddar bay biscuits copycat. AWESOME
We used to make gallons of this....hot milk and then add a "rue" of flour and bacon fat to thiken. Then we added cooked pork sausage choppes fine in a food proscesser to the mix. It keeps well and has the right amount of country ingredients....no onions or fancy ingredients....plain cooking and delicious!
This gravy is great on toast or biscuits. Its a great keeper and thanks for shareing.5 stars for sure
I needed something to liven up frozen Tyson Country Fried Steak...this was perfect and delicious. I served it over the patties with mashed potatoes on the side. Total hit!
What is there to say? This is awesome!! This will be a regular in our house from now on! Thanks so much for posting!
This was pretty good! I changed it a little bit though -- I added about 1/8 cup of brown sugar, and used wheat flour instead and they came out wonderfully! My family loved it. I paired the biscuits with home made bacon gravy :D Thanks for sharing!
Kids loved it, taste best over biscuits then it did over the mashed potatoes. :)