Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits

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2009/06/15 16:27:00 (permalink)

Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits

No, I don't have a recipe for the gravy.
I need one.
Whats your favorite brand of store bought beef jerky, and how do you make this gravy....if you do?
Thanks.
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    jman
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    Re:Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits 2009/06/15 16:39:23 (permalink)
    Do you mean dried, chipped beef?
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    mar52
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    Re:Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits 2009/06/15 20:12:20 (permalink)
    White sauce?  Milk gravy?
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    Re:Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits 2009/06/15 21:44:37 (permalink)

    I know a guy in Colorado who makes a "cowboy" style chili mix.  Its dried beans, spices and shredded jerked beef.  Its just a boil in water deal.  His game plan was to market it in different sized canvas "pokes".  I havent seen him since he was testing it but I thought it was prety good as well as different.
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    Re:Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits 2009/06/16 10:22:16 (permalink)
    First I just wanted to know some favorite brands of "beef jerky" out there.   I get the feeling there isn't one.  Second, I wanted a recipe for a cream gravy with it, if anyone make it. I guess not.
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    Re:Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits 2009/06/16 10:25:14 (permalink)
    We make our own jerky.  I find the commercial brands are too sweet for me.
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    Re:Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits 2009/06/16 11:17:35 (permalink)
    MEDIUM WHITE GRAVY   1 tbsp. Argo cornstarch
    2 tbsp. butter
    1 c. milk
    1/4 tsp. salt
    1/8 tsp. pepper
    Mix cornstarch and milk until smooth in small saucepan, add butter, salt and pepper. Stir constantly. Bring to boil over medium heat 1 minute. Makes 1 cup.
    Then I would add your jerky.Sounds good to me!
    Annie
    post edited by annpeeples - 2009/06/16 11:19:00
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    Re:Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits 2009/06/16 11:32:57 (permalink)
    annpeeples

    MEDIUM WHITE GRAVY   1 tbsp. Argo cornstarch
    2 tbsp. butter
    1 c. milk
    1/4 tsp. salt
    1/8 tsp. pepper
    Mix cornstarch and milk until smooth in small saucepan, add butter, salt and pepper. Stir constantly. Bring to boil over medium heat 1 minute. Makes 1 cup.
    Then I would add your jerky.Sounds good to me!
    Annie


    That's what I use for my chipped beef and gravy(doubled) but add a dash of garlic powder.
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    chewingthefat
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    Re:Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits 2009/06/17 12:21:02 (permalink)
    Make a Roux, which is butter and flour cooked in a pan to desired color, add milk or 1/2&1/2 till you get your desired consistency, add granulated beef boullion to desired flavor, add pepper, no salt as the boullion has plenty of that. As for the Jerky, all commercial stuff is junk, IMHO, make tour own, it's easy.
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    Re:Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits 2009/06/17 12:40:35 (permalink)
    Fabulousoyster, is this a New York/regional specialty?  I'm familiar with creamed chipped beef and sausage gravy but have never heard of a variation with beef jerky.

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    fabulousoyster
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    Re:Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits 2009/06/17 12:57:22 (permalink)
    Thanks to all for the info.
    No Brad, I don't think this is N.Y.'ish at all. I like beef jerky, while trying to search the internet for the best beef jerky around I found one recipe for beef jerky cream sauce but it had too much stuff in it, it did'nt seem "tried." to me. You should know I'm really bent on recipes that are TRIED.  I thought this would be popular over biscuits the way chipped beef and sausage gravy were.  Just wanted to know if anyone ate this. I love cream gravy made with bacon grease over biscuits.
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    Re:Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits 2009/06/17 13:07:48 (permalink)
    Over in the snack forum search "beef jerky", several threads.  One of which was mine and I totally forgot all about, it's been so long since I've had any but it's Robertson's brand.  If you google "Robinson's Hams" you should get the link.  It's the only brand that I've ever really liked.  It was a drier beef jerky, just the right balance of salt and pepper, and also thinner, no spongy texture, NO sweetness.
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    Re:Beef Jerky cream gravy over biscuits 2009/08/07 12:47:12 (permalink)
    You will definitely want to saute the jerky with some liquid before addiing to the gravy.
    2 reasons, 1 to reconstitute it and 2 so that you extract all the yummy flavor of the jerky for the gravy. Its really good when done right.  I also make noodle bowls with the jerky using Ramen!
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