Sausage grave takes me all the way back to 1983, West Virginia, at my future in-laws house. I went with my future husband to meet his parents for Thanksgiving break. It was a 14 hour trip from college and I was very nervous about meeting them for the first time. I soon discovered that his mother was a really good cook and the queen of hospitality! It was there that I ate her sausage gravy for the first time. My mom had always made white/milk gravy to serve with fried chicken or pork chops, but I don’t remember her making sausage gravy. It was super good stuff!
In the 28+ years since that time, I have made this delicious gravy countless times. While I don’t always make great gravy with other dishes, this recipe NEVER fails me! Served over hot biscuits, it is a great Saturday morning breakfast to serve your family or guests!
- 1 pound mild pork sausage
- 1/2 stick margarine
- 5 tablespoons flour
- 3 cups milk
- Salt & Pepper to taste
Brown sausage and crumble into small pieces. Do not drain.
When cooked through, push sausage aside in skillet and add margarine.
In separate container, mix flour and milk together.
Slowly add milk mixture into skillet.
Stir until thickened.
Add salt & pepper to taste.