My mother called this "chipped beef on toast". I have made this for years, taking over from my mother making this for all of my life.
We use the larger container of Carl Budding Beef, equal to about two little plastic bag packages, and cut the beef into bite-size strips. And we always add a drained can of green peas. We use fresh ground black pepper, although cayenne disappears in the cream sauce for for a better look.
There is never any of this left over with three people eating it for a meal at my house. My mother had to feed five people, and we were always wanting more!
We butter our toast before putting the chipped beef on top.
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My mother called this "chipped beef on toast". I have made this for years, taking over from my...