Dolly Parton shared the recipe for a milk gravy made for her husband

Dolly Parton shared the recipe for a milk gravy made for her husband

Start your all day with this morning meal recipe directly from Holly Dolly herself.

At the point when Dolly Parton prepares breakfast for her better half of 54 years, Carl Dean, she frequently goes to her time tested milk gravy recipe.

In an ongoing meeting with RuPaul for Marie Claire, Parton shared she cherishes getting up ahead of schedule and beginning her day in the kitchen with Dean, and indeed, she cooks while wearing her brand name high heels.

“Well, this morning I made breakfast for my husband and me,” she said in the interview. “I made some sausage patties, and I baked some biscuits, and I made some milk gravy. He likes that once in a while. Now, I can’t eat like that all the time, but I enjoy eating it when I do.”

What is milk gravy?

TODAY Food went to chef Art Smith, a James Beard Award victor and 6th era Floridian who knows some things about Southern cooking, to get some foundation on the sauce, which is produced using milk, cream, flour and flavors.

Smith, who presents Southern staples at his eatery Homecomin’ Florida Kitchen, said milk sauce is a straightforward dish that can exhibit a culinary specialist’s aptitudes in the kitchen.

“All Southern gravies separate good cooks from great ones,” said Smith, “There should never be a mix involved. Gravies are not convenience food — the recipes are rich in memories and soul.”

“At its core, a milk gravy is sublime in its simplicity,” he added. “It’s the melding of technique and tradition.”

Making Dolly’s recipe

Parton shared her own milk gravy recipe with TODAY, so they chose to check it out today.

After gathering the basic ingredients, threw some locally acquired bread rolls into broiler and cooked a couple of sausage patties to go with the gravy. Parton educates seeking gravy-makers to combine dry ingredients first, at that point speed in the milk and cream, so in the wake of making a bowl full of gravy goodness, tossed it into a pan to come to a boil.

The gravy thickened rapidly, and smelled astounding from the thyme and pepper. At the point when it was prepared a couple of moments later, poured some on top of their biscuits and served it with sausage patties as an side.

The straightforward, delightful gravy was amazingly simple to make and will show up on her morning meal table later on.

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