This reminds me of what I used to eat as a kid. I had to add some extra salt (personal preference) and I used Budding Beef rather than the jar of beef from a pricing standpoint (probably the reason I had to add more salt). Thank you so much for sharing this! Oh -- also, for us, it made more than to top 4 pieces of regular toast...
Fantastic. DH loved it, and thinks it might be better than biscuits and gravy. I used all the pepper. Tagged in everyday's a holiday, glad I did. Thanks, Hokie
Very good and easy to make. I doubled the recipe but only used half the pepper that was indicated. Followed the rest of the recipe as written. My whole family enjoyed this for breakfast this morning.
Yum! This was a quick comfort food meal. I used the jarred sliced dried beef and added peas. Salty, creamy delicious! Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders.
Wowzer,,,5 stars for comfort food at it's best. I had leftover roundroast and some leftover roastbeef in the freezer, chopped it up real fine and threw it into the gravy mixture and wala....instant supper!!! Since DH and DS won't touch anything that even resembles or contains wheat, (I have to hide it when using in any of my baked goods) he had it over toasted butter-top white bread. This would be awesome over potatoes (either baked or fried) as you recommended. Next time!!! Thanks Mel for sharing one of your DH's favorites.~
I find dried beef to be a bit salt. Therefore, I sub it out for Buddig's thin sliced beef.
lol sos was raised on it this is good recipe for it , served with Cheese Scones today . and i agree that the deli has best dried beef make sure you ask them to shave it as thin as they can , i keep it in freezer by the nuts its easy to just get what you need and thaws fast . zaar world tour 8