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With natural spices. Makes 2 cups. Packed in USA.
Total Time: 10 minutes. Makes 2 cups. You Will Need: 1 pkg McCormick Gravy Mix; 2 cups cold water. 1. Stir water gradually into gravy mix with whisk in medium saucepan. 2. Stirring frequently, cook on medium heat until gravy comes to boil. Reduce heat and simmer 1 minute (Gravy will thicken upon standing). Serve over biscuits, chicken fried steak, fried chicken or home fries. Microwave: Stir water into gravy mix in 2-quart microwavable bowl. Microwave on high 4 to 6 minutes or until thickened, stirring after each minute. Microwave ovens vary; cook time is approximate.
Does McCormick bother to read these reviews or taste their own product? I find it hard to believe that anyone who tasted this gravy would put it on the market and continue to try to sell it as a sausage gravy; country gravy; or even a gravy of any kind. The original was a simple Add Water product and it was perfectly amazing just the way it was. My great-grandmother passed on; to all of us; a love for cooking gravy biscuits and an amazing secret family recipe. However; with the cost of groceries today and being a single mother; it was much cheaper to simply buy a packet of the original McCormick country sausage flavored gravy then to buy all the original ingredients for the recipe and my children were still able to enjoy almost the exact same taste of the recipe my great-grandmother left for all of us. The resemblance was almost uncanny. I have tried doctoring up this new add milk recipe in every way possible to make it even taste edible as a gravy; and it's impossible. I'm so disappointed that I can no longer find the original gravy. In the south; food is more then just something you eat. It's memories; time to Fellowship; a passing down of tradition; and sharing a passion for cooking food that warms your soul. I love being able to share these things with my children; and for us; that is waking up one Saturday morning; that Mom actually doesn't have to work; and being able to share our weekly adventures over gravy biscuits. I'm begging McCormick to please bring back the original. Don't change anything that doesn't need to be fixed. I've trusted this company for years as a quick substitute; and any seasonings that I purchase; come from this company; but if they do not share my passion or bother to trust the consumer that is buying their product and listen to their opinions; because we are the people buying and using this product; then I'm not sure I will spend any more money investing in anything that has the name McCormick on it.
Sausage Country Gravy Mix no longer uses 2 cups of water. You now need 2 cups of MILK. I do not have milk on hand usually so I am searching for a new gravy. I hate this because this gravy was the best there was. I use it over my biscuits for breakfast most mornings.