Bologna Gravy


Heather Hacker Recipe

By Heather Hacker hezanddylan


Rating:
Serves:
Several
Prep:
20 Min
Cook:
20 Min
Comments:

I know this sounds crazy. I thought the same thing! A guy I used to work with would bring this in for breakfast sometimes. Said his Granny had been making it for him since he was a boy. It's cheap and easy and if you REALLY like bologna, it rocks!

Ingredients

6-7 slice
good quality bologna( i use the hunk garlic stuff) the cheap stuff just doesn't work well.
1/4 c
oil
flour
1/2
glass milk
1/2
glass water
salt and pepper

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Take bologna and cut all 6-7 slices at the same time in about 1 inch squares.

Put oil in pan and lightly brown bologna.
2
Add flour to thicken the oil. It's hard to say how much flour but it is just like making any other gravy. I add pepper at this step also.
3
Combine milk and water and slowly pour it into the pan stirring constantly until you have gravy.

Salt and pepper to taste.

Serve over biscuits or toast.

About this Recipe

Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #easy, #cheap, #bologna


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14 Comments

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Rose McClain Guardian_Angel_671
May 16, 2015
My Grandma fixed Bologna gravy all the time when I was a kid.Loved it.She'd alternate between it & Sausage gravy at breakfast times. She'd serve it it with eggs(fried or scrambled),biscuits,fried apples (home grown & canned)- was an awesome breakfast. This recipe brought back good memories & can't wait ta try it.Thanks.
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Tammy Todd ttodd4jesus
Oct 6, 2012
I will love this! I love spam, ok? My era I guess and I love anything with gravy as well! :)
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Heather Hacker hezanddylan
Oct 5, 2012
Thanks everybody and Hot Dog gravy?? I'll have to try this. My son and his friends would probably love it!
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Barbara Pendley Barbee
Oct 4, 2012
Hi Heather, Honey don't ever worry about those rude people and comments on here. You're going to see a lot of them from time to time, but they are usually the ones who buy an angle food cake from the grocery store and open a can of peaches, throw it on top and call it something grandma always made. LOL.... Hugs... Barb
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GayAnn urban Gayann52
Oct 4, 2012
Fried,Sliced,skinless hot dogs might be good in this too...?