My homemade red eye gravy recipe is part of a southern breakfast served with fried ham.
Other names for this sauce include poor man's gravy, bird-eye gravy, bottom sop and red ham gravy.
Red Eye Gravy Recipe
HOMEMADE RED EYE GRAVY
The gravy is made from the drippings of pan-fried country ham that have
been mixed with black coffee.
This gravy is often served over ham,
cornbread, grits, or biscuits. It's a breeze to make, and tastes so
8 slices raw country ham
3/4 cup black coffee
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp canola oil
Heat a few drops of canola oil on medium-high large heavy skillet. Fry
ham slices on each side for 8-10 minutes. Pour coffee into skillet
with ham. Sprinkle with sugar and stir. Cover and let simmer over low
heat for 10 minutes.
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