Sausage Gravy

I’m not going to post a recipe for buttermilk biscuits and skip posting one for sausage gravy.  I’m not a monster.  I may be a “momster” but I’m not a monster.

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I’m going to show you how to make my delicious sausage gravy in just a few easy steps.  It’s a foolproof recipe meaning it’s pretty hard to mess up.. unless you add too much salt.  Don’t add too much salt.

Annnd nobody’s perfect.  I’m GUILTY of over-salting in the past!  But still.  Don’t do it.

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Start with 1 lb. of premium pork sausage.

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Brown it in a LARGE skillet or cast-iron pan.  Make sure to salt and pepper the raw meat.

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Next add a 1/4 teaspoon of Nutmeg and a 1/4 teaspoon of Sage.

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Then, a couple healthy dashes of cayenne pepper.

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Drum roll please!  Add a couple tablespoons of butter.  If you don’t have butter you can use margarine too.

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Now whisk 1/4 cup of flour into 2 cups of milk.

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Slowly whisk the milk into the sausage over medium-high heat.

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Get it bubbling.

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Repeat!  Whisk ANOTHER 1/4 cup of flour into 2 cups of milk.

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Pour into the pan and get it bubbling again.  Once the gravy is bubbling, it’s done.  Salt and pepper to taste.

If you want thicker gravy, whisk a few tablespoons of flour into a 1/4 cup of milk and add it to the pan.  If you want thinner gravy just add more milk. 

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So good.

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SO GOOD!!

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Serve with biscuits!

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We had this with biscuits and fried eggs.

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Jason took leftovers for lunch the next day.  This feeds a small crowd so I usually freeze half.

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100% comfort food!

“There is no sincere love than the love of food.” – George Bernard Shaw

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xoxo

Sausage Gravy

  • 1 lb. premium ground Pork Sausage
  • 1/4 teaspoon Nutmeg
  • 1/4 teaspoon Sage
  • Couple dashes of Cayenne Pepper
  • 2 tablespoons Butter
  • 4 cups Milk, divided
  • 1/2-3/4 cups Flour, divided
  • S&P
  • Flaky Buttermilk Biscuits

In a large skillet brown 1 lb. of pork sausage on medium-high heat.  Salt and pepper the meat while browning it and then season it with the nutmeg, sage and cayenne.  Add 2 tablespoons of butter and cook until melted.

In a small mixing bowl whisk together 1/4 cup of flour into 2 cups of cold milk.  Keeping the pan on medium-high heat, slowly pour in the milk mixture.  Stir continuously until it’s bubbling.

Repeat with the remaining 1/4 cup of flour and 2 cups of milk.

Salt and Pepper to taste.  Serve with Flaky Buttermilk Biscuits.  Serves 4-8.

 

Author: farmtotabletosoul

Thanks for joining me! Good company always shortens the journey so I'm glad you're here. My name is Tara Benson and I'm 33 years young. I'm an energetic wife and mother with a wild imagination and a bold sense of humor. Consider me 100% right brained. I love music, art, interior design, gardening, baking, cooking, creating and hobby farming. I'm married to the best husband, Jason. It's safe to say we're opposites in many ways, but get along GREAT. We have two very intelligent and loving children, Owen (10) and Belle (4). I come from a huge family with three brothers, one sister and about a thousand others in the extended version. I'm also a mother to a mixed herd of animals (13 and counting...). I work in the mortgage industry from my home office. In 2015, my husband and I bought a 13 acre farm on the eastern plains of Colorado. We decided to live out our dreams and make the best of our lives for ourselves and our children. We want to teach them that hard work and creativity will always payoff at the end of the day. So welcome! Stick around a while and make yourself at home. -Tara

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