Army SOS (S--t on a Shingle)

Army SOS (S--t on a Shingle)

12 reviews, 4.4 star(s). 100% would make again

Ready in 45 minutes

If you served in the Army you either loved -or hated - this dish.


1 pound ground pork sausage; or ground beef, or 50/50 mix
1/4 cup All-purpose flour
1/2 cup milk
1 teaspoon Poultry seasoning
salt and pepper; to taste
3 tablespoons Onions; chopped
1 dash Worcestershire Sauce

Original recipe makes 4



This version of the popular army dish, usually made with creamed chipped beef, uses pork sausage. Just add flour, milk, onions and seasoning and you've got the favorite for serving over biscuits or toast.

Brown sausage in a large skillet; drain fat. Pour flour directly on sausage to coat (this will prevent lumps). Add milk, to desired consistency. Stir in the poultry seasoning, salt, pepper, onion and Worcestershire sauce and heat through.

Serving suggestion:

Serve this outdoors on a cold morning at 0-dark-30 AM. Take a stainless steel mess-kit tray, put a slice of toast in the bottom, a ladle of SOS on the toast and a fried egg on top. Dump 1/2 a canned peach on the side allowing the juice to run around the bottom. Sprinkle liberally w/ coarse black pepper.

Accompany this w/ a pint sized canteen cup filled w/ steaming hot coffee doctored with whole milk and raw sugar.

This is to be eaten with a large spoon while sitting on a log, step, or a steel helmet

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The real GI way, in a field mess kit. With a canteen cuppa Joe.

Rustic, camping style


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Just what I was looking for. I used to eat this when I was little. I hadn't had it for a awhile, but this was exactly what I was looking for. We always used chopped up corned beef so that's what I used instead of sausage and it also works well with almond milk.
Mrsswill 2m ago

This brought back a lot of memories! Damn right I sat on my steel pot and ate this more times than I can remember! Yeah Sarge, I'll have more!
johnforrett 2y ago

Just like grandmas...
hdrich569 2y ago

Excellent ! Brought back a lot of memories . Made it at the fire house , they guys lived it . Although I added a little garlic and a lot more milk . Definitely make it again
medic672 3y ago

Delicious! Wouldn't change a thing...just doubled the recipe.
Tldcoupons 4y ago

Yummy! Easy to make, delicious to eat!
pc4n6 5y ago

Very good, thank you, I used a little more milk & flour so it was a little more creamy.
Wannabachef1 6y ago

Wow, I felt like I was back in the Army. My loved it too!
bigjohnwayne 6y ago

Sir! The recipe was great but your description of the where and how are priceless. I salute you!
HungryKitten 6y ago

this is going to be good....again
antoine6 6y ago

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