Corned Beef Gravy

To make the white gravy, you only need butter, flour, and milk.

Melt about half stick of butter in a saucepan, over medium heat. Add about 1/4 cup flour, slowly. Stir constantly, using a whisk, until bubbly. Mix in milk, slowly. Adding about 1/2 cup at a time, to total about 2 cups of milk, and stir well.

I use 6 packages of Buddig brand corned beef. I just slice it into pieces and add it to the gravy.

Once everything’s been heated and mixed, remove from heat. Gravy will thicken as it cools.

I bake some biscuits in the oven and make mashed potatoes. If you don’t have biscuits, take a slice of bread, and split it in half, instead. Split the biscuits in half, put a scoop of gravy in the middle (or on top of them, whichever you prefer), and top with the corned beef gravy. There’s another name for this, we had growing up…”Shit on a Shingle”. No clue where that comes from, but that is another name for this meal 😉

It’s very very filling! My family all enjoy it, though.

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