Creamed Chipped Beef on Toast

Creamed Chipped Beef on Toast

Toast with Chipped Beef and the Best Bread Pick dense white bread that can withstand the thick topping. Sourdough, country white bread, and brioche are excellent choices. There are many who prefer to serve the gravy with toasted English muffins.

What is beef chips? Pressed, salted, and dried meat is called chipped beef. Often, glass jars are used to sell the pliable, thin slices. Chipped beef cooked in cream sauce is known as “creamed chipped beef” (SOS). Traditionally served over toast, this hearty dish is favorite among military personnel.


  1. two tsp butter
  2. Two tablespoons of flour (all-purpose)
  3. a half-cup of heated milk
  4. One eight-ounce jar of chopped dry beef
  5. One cayenne pepper pinch
  6. toasting the bread


  • In a medium saucepan over low heat, melt the butter. Whisk in flour until smooth. Gradually add the milk, stirring thoroughly after each addition. Over medium-high heat, bring to a boil and simmer, stirring, until thickened.
  • Add the meat and cayenne and stir until thoroughly heated. Place on top of bread.


  •  Although any dried beef will do, Buddig beef is ideal for this recipe. It is not quite as dry or salty as some of the other types of dried beef, and you can find it in most grocery stores.
  • Next to the other packed luncheon meats is where you will locate it. Cook the roux (butter flour mixture) for two to three minutes to help eliminate the taste of raw flour.
  • Add the milk gradually while whisking constantly to create smooth, silky sauce.
  • Add less than quarter of cup of milk at time to the sauce if it becomes too thick until you have the right consistency.
  • Add salt, seasoned salt, cayenne pepper, freshly ground black pepper, and perhaps dash of Sauce with Worcestershire.
  • Although creamed chipped beef reheats fairly nicely, it is best served immediately


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