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Over the last few decades, nutritional authorities have transformed the way we experience the family meal.
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Make a smooth ... end add the chip beef after you have ... cold water. Good idea to do this first so it will be drained when you add it to the cream sauce.)
Melt 1 stick ... 8 ounces dried beef. Add to flour-butter ... stir in for 2 or 3 minutes. Add 5 cups milk. Heat until thick. Serve on toast or biscuits.
Melt butter. Cut beef in pieces and ... constantly stirring until thick. Freeze or refrigerate. Reheat by adding a little water. Serve over pancakes or toast.
In skillet, melt ... package dried chipped beef into small pieces ... 2 1/2 cups milk slowly. Cook over low heat, stirring constantly. Makes 6 servings.
Take meat slices and chop into 1/2 inch pieces. Melt butter in medium-size skillet, stir in flour until a smooth paste forms. Stir milk in gradually ...
Heat skillet with beef, flour, stirring ... constantly until desired thickness. Add the butter and touch of pepper. Serve over biscuits, toast, or corn bread.
In a 2-quart ... stir the ground beef or pork and ... bowl, blend the gravy mix with 1/2 ... minutes. May garnish with cilantro leaves on the serving plate.
Cook beef cubes in 16 ... Cook 15 minutes. Serve on hot biscuits, rice, or noodles, pattie shells, etc. NOTE: Bottom round can substitute for beef cubes.
Cook ground beef with celery in ... fat. Stir in gravy mix, water and ... occasionally. Arrange tortilla chips in single layer ... melts. Makes about 60.
Cut meat in ... ingredients except potato chips. Place in ... in a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes. Uncover: bake until sauce bubbles. Makes 4-6 servings.
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