Creamed Chipped Beef w/ Milk Pepper Gravy

Janette Suber Recipe

By Janette Suber jansub6887

This is a recipe that was passed on to me by a good friend, and it is an awesome tasting recipe. Hope your family enjoys it as much as mine does.


Recipe Rating:
 1 Rating
Serves:
4-6
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Cooking Method:
Stove Top

Ingredients

1 pkg
bread, white or wheat (and get a big loaf)
*4 oz
buddig beef sandwich meat (chopped up)
1/4 c
butter
1/4 c
self rising flour
1/8 tsp
ground black pepper
2 c
milk

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Saute chopped up beef in butter until the edges begin to curl. Blend in the flour and the pepper. Gradually add in the milk stirring constantly to remove any lumps of flour. Bring to a boil for approximately 1 minute, stirring constantly. Let simmer on very low heat until ready to serve.
2
I let it simmer and taste it before serving to see if it needs any salt. I toast the bread, plate it and ladle creamed beef over top, and serve. This is a rather easy meal with great flavor. Enjoy!
3
I do not add any salt to this dish because the meat and the butter already have salt. If you feel it needs salt make sure you don't add too much.

*You can find the beef in the lunch meat section of your grocery store, or you can used jarred dried beef if you prefer that better.
For a larger batch just double the recipe.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Beef
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtag: #chipped
  • Comments

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    Christine Vickery Kolabear_24 - Jul 9, 2012
    Janette It sounds so good i will give it a try i love Chipped beef but i didn't know you can use luchmeat beef for it either my son loves chipped beef also
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    Janette Suber jansub6887 - Jul 9, 2012
    I usually make dry toast to spoon it over, I have always loved Creamed Chipped Beef, but I was buying the store bought by Stouffers. Once I started making it myself, I don't buy store bought anymore, homemade taste better to me. Really hope you and your son enjoy it.
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    Christine Vickery Kolabear_24 - Jul 9, 2012
    Janette when i was little my always made it and when i looked in the frying pan i told her it look like dogs over the barrel and she said no its not that it is chip beef and i never ate it but now when my grandma made it and i was a little older i ate hers and it tasted real good and my mom was with us me and she said Christine you dont like chipped beef and i said i know and i told her why i didn't eat hers and she got mad at me for it my grandma's look better then her i guess
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    Janette Suber jansub6887 - Jul 10, 2012
    I can relate to that, My step-grandma was a homemade recipe cook, but all the recipes were in her head, and I never thought about asking her what her ingredients were, and how much of each ingredient. She passed away when I was 14, and I did not remember or take into account this possibility when I was helping her cook. I can close my eyes and visualize her making her peach cobbler, and the ingredients, and her homemade biscuits, but because I am not sure with the amounts of each ingredient, I cannot do it. The biscuits either come out too hard, or too crumbly. I cannot find the happy medium in that. My love for cooking and baking actually came from my dads momma, she would bake Coconut pound cakes, and just about any pound cake you could think of, and they were soooooo good. I did manage to get some of her recipe's but not all of them. I have a very large collection of recipes that I should probably organize for my son, he loves to cook too.