6 Vintage Recipes, #3
SOS is a classic supper dish that folks have been eating for years. I’m glad I’ve joined them! Let’s be honest, we all know what SOS stands for…shit on the shingles. Although, it isn’t a very pretty name, don’t let that deter you from making this wonderful dish. My husband and kids love this stuff!
I am so excited that I found this recipe over on YouTube. Some people may call this “poor man’s food” but I feel pretty rich while I’m eating it! I tend to fill my plate a few times when we are having SOS for supper 🙂
What are your favorite side dishes to eat with SOS? Personally, I enjoy mashed potatoes, green beans, and dinner rolls with lots of butter.
1.5 lbs – 80/20 Ground Beef
1/2 Gallon – Whole Milk
1 – Yellow Onion (Diced)
1/4 Cup – Gold Medal Flour
1-2 tsp – Heinz Worcestershire Sauce
Salt and Pepper to taste
Loaf white bread
In a large skillet over medium high heat brown the ground beef.
Do not drain unless there’s excess grease.
Add diced onion and cook 2-3 minutes, or until softened.
Mix in flour until it’s absorbed and cook 1-2 minutes to cook the rawness from the flour.
Stir in the milk, add Worcestershire, salt and pepper to taste.
Bring to a simmer until thickened, approximately 10 minutes.
Serve over toasted white bread.
Watch jmarylastone’s great how-to video below!
Recipe and image courtesy of jmarylastone and YouTube.
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Quick Tip: Serve with mashed potatoes, green beans, and fresh rolls or biscuits.