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How to Make Restaurant Style Sausage Gravy. The kind we make in the South. It's sure to make your breakfast, brunch or dinner a better experience. You can have Restaurant Style Sausage Gravy using 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Restaurant Style Sausage Gravy
- It’s 1 lb of mild jimmy dean breakfast sausage.
- Prepare 1 quart of milk.
- You need 6 dash of worcestershire sauce.
- Prepare 6 tbsp of flour.
- It’s 1 of salt and pepper to taste.
While I've shared a basic Southern gravy recipe here before, if you're thinking of making biscuits and gravy it can't be done with restaurant style gravy. See the next pic for the rest. Thankfully we shared this one and I was still full. Never tried to do a sausage gravy or any gravy for biscuits and always wanted to try.
Restaurant Style Sausage Gravy instructions
- Cook and break up sausage in skillet. Drain about half of the grease off..
- Mix together milk, worcestershire, and salt and pepper to taste in separate bowl..
- Add flour to skillet with sausage and make a roux..
- slowly stir in milk mixture and let gravy thicken up to desired consistency..
Soooo easy and came out very nice. Just like in a country diner. Sausage gravy is a traditional Southern breakfast dish in the United States. After loose pork sausage is cooked in a pan and removed, a roux is formed by browning flour in the residual fat. Milk and seasonings, such as salt and pepper, are added to create a moderately thick gravy.