What you’ll need
- Canned biscuits
- 1lb Breakfast sausage
- 1 packet of Country gravy mix
- 2% Milk
How To Pull It Off
Set up your pit for indirect cooking, and don't go crazy on the temperature.
The biscuits go on first since these take the longest to cook. A disposable roasting pan will do. Make sure you rotate your pan throughout the cook so one side doesn't get overdone - heat convection will do the rest!
While you wait for the biscuits, get your gravy mix ready. We like Shawnee Mills! Follow the instructions on the mix you're using. Of course, you're free to use your own home recipe, but in this guide, we're going for simplicity and speed.
Once the biscuits are done and are keeping warm, put a cast iron skillet over direct heat, and brown your sausage.
Once your sausage is brown, drain the grease off of the skillet (we forgot to do this in the video, but we recommend that you do!)
Add the gravy mix to the sausage while stirring in a good bit of milk. Keep at it until your gravy is your preferred consistency.
Once your gravy is done, build yourself a biscuit fort and slam that thing with hot gravy.
Take a photo of your masterpiece and tag us before you dig in!