Billet meat on toast (or billet creamy meat on toast) is a classic home cooked meals is also synonymous military (find recipes in the manual cooking over 100 years of Army and Navy). Billet meat on toast, although there are many variations (some are called “luxury”), is basically a creamy sauce with bits re-hydrated dried beef , served on toast. It is also often served on English muffins, biscuits, home fries, and casseroles. The pieces of meat are a meat product cream dried, smoked and salted. Today you can find compressed together in jars are small leaves, thin and flexible partially dried meat. Also sold flat plastic packages. Meat billet has a lifespan similar to beef jerky and is a good source of protein, which does not require refrigeration.
2 tablespoons canola oil or other cooking oil 1 package of meat dried , cut into strips about 1 inch (2.5 cm) rinsed in water 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour 4-5 cups of milk. Continue reading