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Thursday, 17 May 2012

Biscuits and gravy.

I used to be on a food site with someone who had made this.
I'd heard of it, though wasn't sure what it was, and it had lurked in the back of my mind. A skint week, and pack of cheapy sausages (Asda Smartprice, yes, earholes and arseholes), meant I tried it.
Biscuits and gravy
Biscuits is obviously an American word, for what we would call scones, savoury scones at that.  They are great, light and flaky.  The gravy is white sauce with sausage, rich, but delicious.
I urge you to try this, I reckon kids would love it.

4 comments:

  1. Was interested until I saw baking powder AND bicarb in the recipe! Some experimentation may be required as I can't stand either...

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  2. Can you taste them?
    I can't, but I can taste cornflour and am very fussy about its use, even though its supposed to be tasteless.

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    1. Very belated reply - yes, they set my teeth on edge and leave a metallic taste in my mouth all day. :-( Still, inspired by this post, I made a kind of sausage stew in white sauce and served it with some elderly scones from the freezer. The boys liked it and I think I'd make it again, but probably as a sauce for pasta.

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