If you’d like a change from the usual bacon and eggs breakfast fare why not make some quick and easy chipped beef. You can serve chipped beef on toast, English muffins, or biscuits.
I’m always surprised when I hear people say they love having chipped beef in a restaurant but they’ve never made it at home. I’ve been making it on occasion for years and everyone always thinks that it’s harder than it really is, when, in fact, it’s super easy! Guess that was my little secret until now since I’m sharing it with you!
And you can make it with 2% milk and even 1% for a lighter version or use whole milk. And wouldn’t chipped beef on toast with some orange juice and coffee on the side make a great breakfast in bed for Dad on Father’s Day? Try it and you will wonder why you ever bought the frozen version.
Quick and easy chipped beef
- Package of chipped beef (regular or low sodium version)
- Two tablespoons butter
- Tablespoon of flour
- 1 cup whole or 2% milk
- Whole wheat or white toast
- Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- Fresh ground pepper
In a small saucepan melt butter. Slice the chipped beef into some smaller pieces and add to the melted butter.
Cook on medium heat till the edges slightly curl. Now add the flour mixing it into the beef.
Then slowly add the milk stirring well. Add the Worcestershire sauce to taste, about a tablespoon. Continue to cook and stir until the mixture thickens.
Remove from the heat and add to the top of toasted bread of choice. Add some fresh ground pepper and Serve.
There you have it, simple ingredients and simple recipe, but delicious results.