Posted: 9/27/2009 2:42:20 PM
I will never understand why pillsbury allows reviews from people who either alter ingredients and instructions and complain it didnt turn out right, or those who make a review a commentary of products or methods. imirradiated: can you explain why you gave a negative review of a recipe you obviously did not try.Apparently self respecting southerners have plenty of time on their hands to make biscuits.I work and have a life so I dont have the time to make them and rely on convenience products.I have had convenience products that tasted better in my opinion than ones attempted that are 'home made'
Posted: 9/27/2009 12:56:24 PM
THIS MY DH FAVORITE MEAL. BUT, I MADE SOME CHANGES, I USE PILLSBURY'S FROZEN BISCUITS AND IN PLACE OF THE SUASAGE DRIPPINGS, I USE BACON DRIPPING, FABULOUS!! ALSO ADD SCRAMBLED OR FRIED EGGS WITH THE GRAVY OVER THE EGGS AS WELL.
Posted: 9/27/2009 9:33:17 AM
I don't normally write a review for a recipe but this was outstanding. I had not made sausage and gravy in the past normally would buy it, but, this was just wonderful. I served this with homemade biscuits and will be making this again. Thanks for the great recipe. We really enjoyed it!!!!
Posted: 9/25/2009 1:45:48 PM
I have not actually made this recipe but it is absolute exactly how I've been making sausage gravy and biscuits for years so I'm sure it's great. My daughter doesn't eat pork so I use turkey breakfast sausage (suggest the Jeanie-O brand) and it's just as tasty as pork sausage.
Posted: 9/24/2009 5:57:39 PM
This was an awesome recipe; my family loved it! Thanks for posting. And to the poster "imirradiated", not everyone is from the south. BTW, us northerners like store-bought biscuits.
Posted: 9/24/2009 1:08:24 PM
I make my gravy with hot sausage and eggs. I also use the flaky grands. I also use water and milk mixed together after I have cooked the sausage and added the eggs to cook and coat with flour thoroughly. Then generously add pepper once it is simmering. My nine year old loves this so much the we have it for dinner.
Open Heart said:
Posted: 9/24/2009 12:09:23 PM
This is a good recipe for those who like a "mild" flavored gravy.
My family likes things on the spicy side, so I use hot & spicy sausage (1 12oz roll) and also add chopped onions (usually a medium size)while browning sausage.
Posted: 9/24/2009 11:01:47 AM
This was so super easy to make and my 16 year old son just loves it - he requests this for breakfast all the time.
Posted: 9/23/2009 10:00:46 PM
This a great meal! Quick and easy to fix. It's a nice treat to have breakfast for dinner.
Posted: 9/23/2009 6:52:18 PM
Do you mean that this gravy is made with no 'grease or drippings', or do you use the grease from frying up the sausage?