Sally's Recipe of the Week

Sally's Recipe of the Week

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Sally's Recipe Of The Week: "Stuff" On A Shingle or SOS

Sh*t on a Shingle or SOS

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This is a more modern version of an old recipe that was popular during the World Wars. Many also make this with chipped beef. You can make it for appetizers, dinner or even breakfast. You can substitute the bread for mashed or baked potatoes. There are many versions of this recipe.

Here is what you need:

½ pound ground beef

½ pound ground pork

½ medium onion chopped

1 cup of sliced crimini mushrooms

3 cloves finely chopped garlic

1 TBS Worcestershire sauce

1 TBS all-purpose flour

½ cup milk (maybe a little more if too thick)

2 TBS sour cream

Salt and Pepper

Toppings (choose what you like or none at all)

fresh grated Parmesan cheese

chopped chives

chopped parsley

sliced scallions

Here is what you need to do:

Preheat your oven to 375

Brush the slices of bread with oil and arrange on a baking sheet. Dust the bread with the onion and garlic powder.Toast the bread in the oven, keep a close eye on it! When one side is golden brown, flip it and toast the other side.Set aside.

Place some oil in a large sauce pan, on medium heat sweat out the onions with a little salt and pepper.

Turn up the heat a bit and add the pork and beef, season with salt and pepper and brown it. Once the meat is fully cooked, place it in a colander and drain it.

Wipe out you skillet.Add a couple TBS of olive oil and heat on medium high. Add in the mushrooms and cook until they are golden, add in the garlic and cook until fragrant, about a minute. Season with salt and pepper.

Return the meat mixture to the pan and mix well. Sprinkle flour evenly over

the pan and mix cooking the flour for about a minute.

Now add in the milk and sour cream and Worcestershire sauce. You will need to constantly stir this as the liquids thicken. Don’t boil it your sauce will break. When it’s nice and thick taste and season accordingly.

Serve on top of your toast. With or without the toppings of your choice. Lets Eat!!

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