This recipe is one that I have eaten since I was about 6 months old. No, I wasn’t making it then (ha), but my mom was. And it was SO GOOD! Every time I eat it, I am just reminded of my childhood. I hope maybe your kids can get the enjoyment out of this heart-warming meal as well.
Chipped Beef Gravy
1/2 stick butter
1/3 c. flour
1 1/2 c. milk
1/2 c. water
1 can Armour dried beef
Put your butter in a frying pan and melt on high.
Then put your flour in the butter and whisk. Let the flour get a little brown (just barely).
Mix your milk and water together and pour into mixture and whisk. Bring to boil. Turn burner on to medium/low and let cook until thickened. Add pepper to your taste. Meanwhile, cut up your chipped beef into 1/2 squares.
After you have cut them all up, put them in your gravy. Stir.
If the gravy starts getting too thick, then add a little bit of water. Serve over toast!