Chicken Gravy and Biscuits. Serve over mashed potatoes and biscuits. Pour the gravy over the chicken in the baking dish. Drop tablespoonfuls of the biscuit mixture on top of the casserole and brush with half of the garlic butter.
And the gravy technique is applicable to just about any gravy situation you may come across on your path through life, like chicken fried steak or even turkey at Thanksgiving. Lots of tender chicken and meaty mushrooms in a delicious creamy homemade gravy/sauce! To top it all off let's keep it easy with a can of biscuits! You can have Chicken Gravy and Biscuits using 8 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you make that.
Ingredients of Chicken Gravy and Biscuits
- You need 3-4 cups of cooked shredded chicken (I am using leftovers).
- You need 6-8 cups of water (enough to cover the chicken by about an inch).
- It’s 6-8 of chicken bullion cubes (enough to match the cups of water).
- Prepare 1/2 teaspoon of dried chopped onion (or fresh, to taste).
- You need to taste of ground black pepper.
- Prepare of To Thicken: 1 1/2 to 2 cups flour wisked with 3 to 4 cups water.
- Prepare of (Thicken as much or as little as you like).
- You need of Refrigerated Biscuits (as many as you want to make).
A quick homemade meal for a family dinner or company for brunch. Take this classic comfort meal to a whole new level of flavor with McCormick® Simply Better Chicken Gravy. Cook chicken, vegetables and gravy in a single skillet to create a rich, savory sauce. Add the mixed vegetables and shredded chicken, stir until fully incorporated.
Chicken Gravy and Biscuits step by step
- Start by preheating the oven to the temperature recommended for the biscuits. Bake biscuits according to package directions in between steps..
- Place shredded chicken in pot. Add water, onion, bullion cubes, and pepper. Bring to a boil on medium high heat..
- Once boiling, add thickening mixture, stirring quickly so the flour mixture doesn't all clump together..
- Return to boiling. Stirring quite often. The chicken gravy should be thickening. You can add more thickening mixture if you like your gravy thicker. *my general rule is flour to water = 1 to 2 ratio..
- Once gravy is thickened to your liking, it's ready to serve. Garnish with more black pepper if you like. I don't add salt because there is plenty in the bullion cubes..
Stir in the vegetables, chicken and cheese; reduce heat to low. Meanwhile, in a large bowl, combine the flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. In a small bowl, combine the milk, oil and parsley; stir into dry ingredients just until combined. Remove the chicken from the broth, discard bones, celery and onion. Return the broth to the heat and bring to a boil.