Sausage Gravy on Toast

sausage gravy on toast

In this week’s #RachelRecipe I’m sharing one of my favorite dinners growing up… Sausage Gravy on Toast. Yes, I recognize that this seems more like brunch food but when we were little this was something we had often for dinner and I LOVED it. Watch the video below where I explain why it’s such a special meal memory for me and then continue on to see the full recipe!

 

brunch recipe ingredients how to make gravy

Start by making the gravy… brown sausage and mix in garlic, onion, salt and pepper.

flour in gravy

Now add flour and mix in with cooked sausage.

adding milk to gravyNow you need to add in your milk and stir over medium heat until the gravy thickens.

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It’s time to prep your toast!

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You could simply toast your bread but since we’re already having a calorie-fest I say you just embrace it! Butter your bread and broil it for a few minutes until crispy. Now top with gravy (and a little more butter if you’re inclined!) and enjoy.

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Sausage Gravy on Texas Toast
Serves 6
A comfort food classic for Rachel Hollis, this sausage gravy is made with crowned country sausage and a thicken milk gravy. Served over thick slices of buttered Texas toast. It's the ultimate comfort food!
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
30 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
30 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 tablespoon olive oil
  2. 1 pound country sausage
  3. 1 small yellow onion, diced
  4. 2 garlic cloves, minced
  5. 3 tablespoons flour
  6. 2 1/2 cups whole milk
  7. 1/2 teaspoon salt
  8. 3/4 teaspoon black pepper
  9. 6 slices Texas toast
  10. 4 tablespoons butter
Instructions
  1. Heat a skillet over medium-high heat. Add the oil and heat through, throw in the sausage and begin to crumble as it cooks with a wooden spoon. Sauté until brown and crispy. Add the onions and garlic and stir to combine. Cook until they've softened. Add the flour and cook for a few minutes. Slowly stream in the whole milk, while you whisk continuously. Lower the flame and cook until the milk has bubbled and thickened. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  2. Liberally butter the toast and place under the broiler until golden brown. Spoon the sausage gravy over each slice of toast and top with a bit more butter. Enjoy!
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7 Responses to “Sausage Gravy on Toast”

  1. Marste

    Awww, I love this! My grandma was from Kentucky, and seeing this recipe definitely brought back some childhood memories!

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  2. Judith Kane

    Miss Rachel–

    This sounds wonderful, and certainly has overtones of your Mum’s southern background.

    My own mother made something similar–she called them “General MacArthur Sandwiches” and were made with ground beef and chopped onion, all loose fried with a bit of water and butter, S&P, and served open faced on buttered toast. My father hated them, so we got them only when he was out of town for dinner. Mmmmm. When I became the Mom, I changed it up a bit by making brown gravy, but all else the same.The memories–like your sausage gravy on toast–are so strong.Pure comfort food. And I’m trying yours!

    As always, thanks for sharing. You light up my day!

    xoxoxo/Judith

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    • Rachel Hollis

      Judith,
      Thanks so much for sharing such a sweet memory. I love that y’all had a special recipe for when Daddy was out of town, that’s too cute! Brown gravy would be great! I’ll have to give that a try! ~Rachel

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  3. Heather Shilling

    Love this recipe! Quick and easy is what I need! I love biscuits and gravy, never thought about texas toast! I know I will be making this one often! A great idea for rather then firing up the oven. A must try!

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  4. Nikki Caldwell

    We grew up eating this for breakfast, lunch or dinner, as well as dried chipped beef and gravy served the same way. Brings back wonderful childhood memories.

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