Hamburger Gravy

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One day I was staring at some ground beef and wondering what I could make with it for dinner.  Nothing sounded good.  So, I went online and I found a recipe for something called Hamburger Gravy.  Hmmm… sounds interesting.  So I modified it (I don’t think I can make a recipe without modifying it!) and we tried it.  It was a HUGE hit!  Everyone loved it!  

We serve it over rice to help fill up tummies.  We have also served it over noodles.  If there is any left, it warms up very well.

Once again, I go to my handy dandy electric skillet to fry this up.  The skillet is really big and super easy to clean.  That’s a score in my book!  

Without further ado…  I present to you….

Hamburger Gravy

2-3 lb ground beef
3/4 C dried, minced onion, rejuvenated (or 1 med onion, diced)
7 C milk, divided
6 TB butter
3 tsp sage
4 tsp salt
1 C whole wheat flour
Cooked rice or noodles

Brown the hamburger.  Push the beef to the side and saute the onion.  Stir the beef and onion together.

Hamburger Gravy
Sauteing the onions!

Pour 6 cups of milk into the pan and stir to loosen browned beef.  Add the butter, sage, and salt.  Yes, it’s a lot of salt.  Yes, you really do want to add that much.  This is a large batch of food!

Hamburger Gravy
Look at all the yummy butter and sage

*Mix the flour and the remaining 1 cup of milk, stirring until smooth.  

Add the flour mixture to the pan and stir well.  Cook and stir over medium heat until thickened.

Hamburger Gravy

Serve over hot rice or noodles.

*Make sure the milk and flour mixture is completely smooth with no lumps before stirring it into the meat.  Once you add it back in, it won’t take a long time for it to thicken up.

Hamburger Gravy

Have you ever heard of Hamburger Gravy?  

Hamburger Gravy
This delicious meat-filled gravy is sure to please the meat lovers in your home. Served over hot rice or noodles, this is a perfect meal to fill up tummies.
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Ingredients
  1. 2-3 lb ground beef
  2. 3/4 C dried, minced onion, rejuvenated (or 1 med onion, diced)
  3. 7 C milk, divided
  4. 6 TB butter
  5. 3 tsp sage
  6. 4 tsp salt
  7. 1 C whole wheat flour
  8. Cooked rice or noodles
Instructions
  1. Brown the hamburger. Push the beef to the side and saute the onion. Stir the beef and onion together.
  2. Pour 6 cups of milk into the pan and stir to loosen browned beef. Add the butter, sage, and salt. Yes, it’s a lot of salt. Yes, you really do want to add that much. This is a large batch of food!
  3. Mix the flour and the remaining 1 cup of milk, stirring until smooth.
  4. Add the flour mixture to the pan and stir well. Cook and stir over medium heat until thickened.
  5. Serve over hot rice or noodles.
Notes
  1. Make sure the milk and flour mixture is completely smooth with no lumps before stirring it into the meat. Once you add it back in, it won’t take a long time for it to thicken up.
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