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Creamed Chipped Beef (Lower Sodium)

Creamed Chipped Beef (Lower Sodium) created by Galaga

This version of the old standby gets a little extra flavor from chicken broth and parsley. Soaking the beef reduces the sodium content to quite a bit less than the Nutrition Facts indicate. Serve over your favorite biscuits, or toast will do in a pinch.

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  • Cut or tear dried beef into small pieces. Soak dried beef pieces in very hot water for 10-15 minutes to remove excess salt. Drain, squeezing out as much water as possible.
  • Meanwhile, stir up your favorite baking powder biscuits and get them in the oven.
  • Melt the butter in a 2-quart saucepan. When the butter is bubbly, add the flour and stir constantly for 2-3 minutes to cook the flour.
  • Add broth and milk. Continue to stir constantly until sauce thickens.
  • Lower heat. Add parsley and drained, dried beef. Stir until heated through.
  • Take your biscuits out of the oven and split 2 or 3 onto each plate. Spoon on the Creamed Chipped Beef. Goes great with a green salad or green vegetable.
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"This version of the old standby gets a little extra flavor from chicken broth and parsley. Soaking the beef reduces the sodium content to quite a bit less than the Nutrition Facts indicate. Serve over your favorite biscuits, or toast will do in a pinch."
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  1. Galaga
    Creamed Chipped Beef (Lower Sodium) Created by Galaga
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  2. Galaga
    I made this for a crockpot social at my work. This is an inexpensive recipe. I made a quadruple order. Growing up with this dish and making it in the recent years it was always good but too salty for me. This recipe by BrairCraft was very good and I did not feel salt logged after eating a couple of servings over toast. It will be going in my recipe box. Thank you
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  3. LindaS
    This version of the old standby gets a little extra flavor from chicken broth and parsley. Soaking the beef reduces the sodium content to quite a bit less than the Nutrition Facts indicate. Serve over your favorite biscuits, or toast will do in a pinch.
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