The Only Sausage Gravy Recipe You’ll Ever Need

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Learn to make sausage gravy from scratch in a few simple steps
The Only Sausage Gravy Recipe You’ll Ever Need
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You can make flavorful sausage gravy in a few simple steps.

Gravy is an essential part of many warm, home-cooked dinners; Southern biscuits, mashed potatoes, and chicken-fried steak just wouldn’t be the same without it. But what about breakfast? Scratch-made sausage gravy over biscuits makes a delicious and filling savory breakfast.

If you’ve been using store-bought gravy, consider learning to make your own from scratch (the premade version tends to be loaded with salt and preservatives). The basic process of making gravy is simple; make a roux by mixing equal parts flour and fat (in this case, the fat from the sausage), add any extra meat flavor that you have, deglaze the pan with a liquid, and season the gravy, whisking and stirring as you go.

If you’re looking for an easy-to-make sausage gravy recipe to serve alongside buttermilk biscuits, we’ve got one that you should try; it develops good flavor from the sausage fat and is balanced nicely by creamy milk, buttermilk, and cheese.

Click here to see our favorite sausage gravy recipe.

Kristie Collado is The Daily Meal’s Cook Editor. Follow her on Twitter @KColladoCook.

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