Old Fashioned Southern Red-Eye Gravy Recipe – How to Make Red Eye Gravy – The Wolfe Pit

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Learn how to make a real Old Fashioned Southern Breakfast comfort food, Red-Eye gravy with country ham, fried eggs, grits and biscuits! A true Southern Classic dish!

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29 replies
  1. Daehawk
    Daehawk says:

    Not the red eye gravy I grew up on in TN. Ours was ham grease and coffee only and it was thin and red woth grease droplets floating on it. Not this thick chocolate stuff with sugar. Good try though.

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  2. Tubebrerry
    Tubebrerry says:

    This is the second red-eye gravy recipe in a row I've seen on YouTube that adds sugar to the mix. Honestly I don't think sugar is part of the recipe. As far as I know, it's just ham drippings and coffee.

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