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Old 04-17-2011, 12:18 AM #68 (permalink)
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Default Re: Interest in very easy cooking?

Any one like white country sausage gravy? Fry 1/2 lb sausage with 2 tbsps of butter. Remove from pan. In same pan melt 4 tbsps butter and add about a quarter cup of flour. Stir till blended, add salt and pepper and 4 or 5 cups of milk. Bring to just a boil, stirring often. Then(and this is my secret) add a pkg of country gravy mix mixed with water. Then add the sausage. I serve it on flour tortillas or english muffins rather than biscuits. If swallowing is an issue, you can puree the sausage in a blender before adding to the gravy. It always tastes better the next day. If it is too thick, just add a bit of milk. If it is to thin, just add a bit of roux(melted butter with flour). I also some times add red pepper flakes.
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