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Every recipe I've seen for sawmill gravy tends to look ... paste. You can also add hot sauce during the deglaze stage if you want some kick. . Moustache

Shape sausage into patties 1/2 inch thick. Cook in a skillet. Drain, reserving drippings. Measure drippings, add enough oil to make 1/2 cup. Heat in ...

Cook sausage until brown in a large skillet over medium heat. Drain and reserve 2 tablespoons drippings in skillet. Brown flour in drippings, ...

Pour oil in skillet, heat, put in salt, stir, then pour in flour, stirring until brown. Add water, bring to full boil, add milk, bring to full boil ...

Billy Edd Wheeler, ... "raised on milk gravy. It will ... two. Pour it on your hot biscuits and stand back. They will be ripping the pan up to get at it.

Fry sausage in skillet until completely cooked. Remove sausage from skillet with slotted spoon. Using sausage drippings and flour, make a roux (light ...

Brown sausage in frying pan. Drain on paper towels. Pour off grease. Melt butter in frying pan. Add flour. Stir until smooth. Add milk and bouillon, ...

Cook sausage until brown in large skillet over medium heat. Drain and reserve 2 tablespoons drippings in skillet. Blend in flour; brown, stirring ...

Melt drippings in ... least five minutes. Browned sausage or ground beef (browned) may be stirring into gravy or even used as a starter instead of bacon.

In a saucepan, ... and add to gravy along with salt ... Serve over hot, open faced biscuits. Recipe originated at a South Georgia sawmill in the 1800's.

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