Ready in 30 minutes
Wonderful version of this comfort-food favorite!
Cook sausage and onion in a large saucepan. Remove the sausage and leave the drippings. If there is less than 2 Tbsp of drippings in the pan (because most sausage is pretty lean now), add 2 or 3 Tbsp of butter or canola oil. Stir in flour, cook over medium heat until flour is golden. Stir in milk and seasonings. Cook over med-high heat until it's boiling and thickened. Add sausage back in. Serve over biscuits.
Love7721 10m agoI cannot tell you how many times I've made this. We LOVE it. I've never liked sausage. I've never tried it because I've always thought it looked unappealing. But GOOD GAWD this is good! My husband is a southerner and he says it's the best gravy he's ever had. DELICIOUS.
Tiamo68 2y agoBills best food ever he likes it a lot!
MARKSADLER 2y agoWonderful, and very easy recipe for those who have problems with making gravy. This makes it easy.
Pierce92 2y agoIt was good but I added a few changes. First I cooked bacon in the pan and used the grease to cook in the sausage for more flavored drippings. Then I opted out for nutmeg (didn't have any) and used some Italian seasonings. Then at the end it was still a little too flour tasting for my taste so I uses some beef bouillon
peejae 2y agoSausage and gravy
elaineg1113 2y agoVery good....only thing I did different was a 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg instead of a half teaspoon :)
Houdai 2y agoI make this with my father's homemade sausage. It is fantastic! I will never use a envelope mix again. And I serve this over the buttermilk biscuit recipe that I also got from big oven! So hearty and delicious!
tarachavez 3y agoVery yummy!
blackbeauty10169 3y ago
kyjaxmom 3y agoThis was pretty good. I added a lot of black pepper.