Gems Country GravyFrom tnacndn 10 years ago
How to make it
- Start by putting the oil in a BIG skillet, I use an iron skillet but you can use any kind.
- Heat the oil on high for a minute or so until hot then turn down the heat to medium and add a little flour.
- Stir real well to get out the lumps,you want this mixture to be a little thick but not real thick.
- If there is too much oil showing add a little more flour.
- If it gets to thick while frying just add a little more oil.
- Fry, stirring almost constantly until mixture gets good and brown but be careful not to burn.
- When you get the mixture browned good start adding the evaporated milk and water (combined before heating the oil) a little at a time.
- Stir and as the gravy starts to boil keep adding the evapoared milk.
- If the gravy is still too thick and you have put in all the evaporated milk and water mixture add some sweet milk until you get a good consistency then let the mixture come to a soft boil and this whole time keep stirring.
- Cook for a couple of minutes with this soft boil then pour into a big serving bowl.
- This will take practice and you may burn a batch or two but the final results will be great tasteing.
- Add salt and pepper to tase after you get the biscuits crumbled in.
- If you think the gravy is still to thick you can add a little milk to thin it out while it is in the serving bowl, just stir very well before serving.
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Sounds great, bet if you added some browned breakfast sausage, it would be awesome. Thanks for sharing.henrie in Savannah loved it
MMMMMMMMMMMM... sounds good... I could see adding some Neese's spicy sausage to this..thank gem... djwolfpackjack in Raleigh loved it