Recipe | Chipped Beef Gravy

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Call it what you want, chipped beef gravy, shit on shingles, prison food, whatever, it’s not pretty but I promise it tastes really good! And it’s a great filler meal in the middle of the week when you just don’t have time or you’re low on cash. I wish I could make it more often but my husband actually did work in a prison for quite awhile and the guards were forced to eat the same food the inmates were served. So this particular dish is a part of his work history he’d rather forget.

 

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Recipe: Chipped Beef Gravy
 
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Type: Main Dish
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 1 small package of Buddig Beef slices
  • 1 cup of milk
  • 1 TBS of butter
  • 3 TBS of flour
  • bread for toasting
  • potatoes for mashing
Instructions
  1. In a deep skillet over medium heat, melt your butter.
  2. Cut beef into small pieces and sizzle in skillet for about 5 minutes
  3. Sprinkle flour over beef and butter and slightly whisk together.
  4. Pour in your milk and turn the heat up to medium-high.
  5. Continue to whisk until gravy thickens
  6. Serve over warm mashed potatoes and toast.

 

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  1. I love Chipped Beef Gravy, but I make mine just a bit different. I think it is better if you use the jarred Dried Beef and I also throw in about four beef boulion cubes per 3 jars of beef. When I make it, I make enough for a couple meals. It usually feeds the daycare lunch and then supper also, or supper then lunch the next day. Yummy!!!

  2. I remember having this as a child!! Yummmy!

  3. G. Cain says:

    Good stuff! Haven’t had it in years! Thanks for posting the recipe!

  4. Barbara Jean says:

    where can i purchase dried beef now days ????

    • J. Conley says:

      Wal-mart or any grocery store sellings buddig beef in a package in the lunch meat section.!! and it’s cheap.. :)

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