Recipe by FEASTYJON
"Stand up straight! Suck in that gut! Straighten that chin! AAAH! The good ol' days! Come to think of it, that S.O.S. you use to eat back in the service wasn't all that bad, right? Let The Feasty Boys show you their variation of the very S.O.S. the U.S. Coast Guard is still talkin' about!!"
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1 (12 ounce) package
maple flavored sausage
extra-lean ground beef
sifted all-purpose flour
My grandfather used to make this recipe when we were all kids. It is soooo fantastic! Thanks for bringing back the memories!
What really sets this one apart is the maple flavored sausage. Don't recall the line cooks in the service having that, lol, but I could be wrong. Add some cracked black pepper and salt to your taste. The extra lean beef means that there is less shrinkage yet I used 1 1/4 or so of 80/20 and did not drain it. Yum
My family has been eating this for years! We hadn't used beef or the boulion before though. It makes a great dish even better. My grandaddy was in Korea in communications on the line and had this on leaves. He liked it so much that we started having it at home once a week. He use to say it was the only good thing about the war! Thanks for making this favorite even better!
My hubby still raves about the SOS he had while in the military so I had to try this one just for him. I did not have maple flavored sausage so I used regular breakfast sausage and it worked out great. (My husband did not think that the military used a flavored sausage either) Simple and a real stick to your ribs kind of meal. Thanks for sharing.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Military S.O.S. Feasty Style
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 312
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