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Navy Red S.o.s

Navy Red S.o.s created by KitchenHacker

For those who served in the Navy this was a breakfast favorite in many places.

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  • In a large skillet, brown beef, breaking it up into pea sized pieces as it cooks.
  • When beef is about half cooked, add chopped onions and continue cooking until onions are translucent and tender.
  • Add each of the 3 tablespoons of flour and stir to cook in completely.
  • Add the diced tomatoes, juice and mace, reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes.
  • Serve over white toast slices.
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"For those who served in the Navy this was a breakfast favorite in many places."
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  1. August V.
    I think this is what we called Red Death. ???
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  2. Nonno Select
    This recipe brought me back to my U.S. Navy days in the early '60's. I thought it was very close to the S.O.S we would get on my ship, although I thought the original stuff was a little more fluid. My tastes are a little different now so I chose to spice it up a little with Louisiana Hot Sauce. Next time I will also make some home-fried potatoes to go with it. Very good!
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  3. KitchenHacker
    Navy Red S.o.s Created by KitchenHacker
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  4. KitchenHacker
    For those who served in the Navy this was a breakfast favorite in many places.
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