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Southern Style Biscuits and Gravy Recipe

By Dee Murray

Biscuits:
2 ½ Cups baking mix
2/3rds cup milk

Mix until a sticky dough forms. Add more baking mix or milk as needed. Create drop biscuits by placing spoonfuls of the mixture in greased muffin tins. Bake in a 425-degree oven for 6-8 minutes.

Makes about 18 biscuits.

Gravy:
1 package Bacon
2 tablespoons flour
Milk
Salt and Pepper to taste

Take the entire side of bacon, and cut it into cubes. Fry over medium-high heat until slightly crispy. Drain bacon, leaving about ¼ of the grease in the pan. Over medium heat, sprinkle the flour over the bacon and the grease. Stir, creating a rue. Cook until rue is browned.

Slowely pour milk into pan, stirring constantly. Use slotted spatula to work out lumps in the rue, and as gravy thickens, add more milk to achieve desired consistency. Add salt and pepper to taste.

Serve gravy over crumbled or whole biscuits.





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“Southern Style Biscuits and Gravy Recipe”

  1. Blogger Cissy Says:

    While the recipe sounds yummy, it cannot be called southern style. It can be called a healther version of southern style. Southern style biscuits are made with flour and cutting lard or butter into it, then mixing it with buttermilk. The gravy is not too far off. But the biscuits are not southern style.