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Sausage SOS ($#@% On a Shingle)

MJC

"This version of the popular army dish, usually made with creamed chipped beef, uses pork sausage. Just add flour, milk, onions and seasoning and you've got the favorite for serving over biscuits or toast."
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Ingredients

servings 521 cals
Original recipe yields 4 servings

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Directions

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  1. Brown sausage in a large skillet; drain fat. Pour flour directly on sausage to coat (this will prevent lumps). Add milk, to desired consistency. Stir in the poultry seasoning, salt, pepper, onion and Worcestershire sauce and heat through.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 521 calories; 46.4 g fat; 9.4 g carbohydrates; 15.2 g protein; 80 mg cholesterol; 771 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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I love this stuff. I had it in the Army for years. I have always had it with hamburger though and that's what I use when I make it. Not the sausage. Try it that way. Once you try it, it more you...

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This should read 2 1/4 cups milk and the recipe will turn out OK. Someone try it and rerate this recipe. I rate this one star because of the glaring mistake in the recipe.

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This should read 2 1/4 cups milk and the recipe will turn out OK. Someone try it and rerate this recipe. I rate this one star because of the glaring mistake in the recipe.

I love this stuff. I had it in the Army for years. I have always had it with hamburger though and that's what I use when I make it. Not the sausage. Try it that way. Once you try it, it more you...

I love this recipe with chipped beef but I use more milk than this recipe calls for.

If you had a zero that's what this should be rated. I'm a very ameture cook (ie-I try and follow recipe)and had to try and rescue this abomination by adding much more milk and trying to get out ...

Made this for my monthly Men's Prayer Breakfast. Everyone raved about it. Made 10 servings and used 3 cups of 2% milk. Not much left when chow was over.

I needed close to 2 cups of milk.

Usedmore milk than the recipe calls for my grand father was in the military for many years and he says mine turned out just fine