Mom's Southern Sausage Gravy for 4everatwin's 7-Up Biscuits. I grew up on biscuits and gravy. My mother discovered the miracle of Kentucky Kernel flour many years ago and I have been making my sausage gravy the same way ever since. It wasn't until later that I learned that the.
I've made my gravy this way for as long as I've been cooking, but it's not like there's really much of a secret to it really. To be honest, I'm guessing just about all of us southerners make it pretty much the same way. Great recipe for Homemade Jimmy Dean Hot Sausage. You can have Mom's Southern Sausage Gravy for 4everatwin's 7-Up Biscuits using 9 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you make it.
Ingredients of Mom's Southern Sausage Gravy for 4everatwin's 7-Up Biscuits
- It’s of Equipment Needed.
- You need 1 of 2-quart Pyrex measuring cup or other microwave safe bowl.
- Prepare of Ingredients.
- You need 1 lb of Jimmy Dean hot breakfast sausage (or my Jimmy Dean copy cat).
- You need 4 tbsp of butter.
- It’s 4 tbsp of Kentucky Kernel seasoned flour (do not substitute with regular flour).
- You need 2 cup of whole milk, warmed.
- You need of additional milk.
- Prepare 1/2 tsp of red pepper flakes (only use if not using a spicy breakfast sausage)*.
Don't let the thought of making your own bulk sausage scare you. This one is easy-peasy, especially if you purchase the pork already ground up. Southern-style biscuits with sausage gravy is a wonderful, comforting breakfast that my boys just devour. Shhh, don't tell them that biscuits with sausage gravy is a pretty easy recipe to make!
Mom's Southern Sausage Gravy for 4everatwin's 7-Up Biscuits instructions
- If you would like to make your own hot breakfast sausage, try my Jimmy Dean copy-cat recipe. https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/344691-homemade-jimmy-dean-hot-sausage.
- Make up a batch of 4everatwin's 7-Up biscuits. https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/337872-7-up-biscuits.
- In a medium skillet over medium heat, brown the breakfast sausage until you don't see any pink. Remove from heat. Remove any excess grease and set aside..
- Add the butter to the Pyrex measuring cup. Microwave on high for 1 minute to melt the butter..
- Remove from microwave. Stir in the Kentucky Kernel flour to make a roux..
- Microwave on high for 30 seconds. The roux may foam up a bit. Don't worry, you can stir it back down..
- Slowly add the milk to the roux while whisking, incorporating it well..
- Microwave on high for 2 minutes. Remove from micro and give it a stir..
- Microwave on high 2 more times at 1 minute increments, stirring in between. You will notice the gravy thickening after the first 1 minute..
- You will know when your gravy is done because a circular plume will develop in the gravy. (See photo below) If you do not see the plume, microwave in 30 second intervals until you do. Add additional milk as needed if a thinner gravy is desired..
- Stir in the sausage and ladle some of that southern love all over those wonderful 7-Up biscuits..
- * only use the red pepper flakes if you are using a standard sage breakfast sausage instead of spicy. Just add the pepper flakes to the sausage when browning..
The star of this recipe is the gravy: the thick, creamy gravy warms your throat and soothes your belly. Totally different from what our Northeastern Italian neighbors call Sunday Tomato Gravy what we Down South call Tomato Sauce, or Creole Gravy, or more often, just Spaghetti Sauce meant for pasta. Cheesy Sausage and Egg Breakfast Sliders are a fully loaded perfectly portable hand held breakfast. All of your favorite breakfast fixin's come together with the most amazing and Split a biscuit in half, spoon the sausage gravy over the top, and dig in! This sausage gravy recipe is also completely divine over hashbrowns and omelets.