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Heading to the kitchen this morning, an epiphany dawned on me, “Why do I always serve such boring breakfasts?” Instead of reaching for the box of cereal, I reached for my phone to perform a quick Google search. That’s when I came across this amazing recipe for southern biscuits and gravy.
Fortunately, I had everything I needed on-hand to make this morning feast. I’ll admit, i used Pillsbury biscuits because I didn’t have time to make them from scratch before the school bus arrived, but boy oh boy, was this meal still ever delicious! I’ll definitely be making my own biscuits the next time around, though.
Recipe courtesy of One Country.
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Quick Tip: Sausage is best cooked in a cast iron skillet. After all, this is how most of our friends down south do it!