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1 Tbsp. flour for thin sauce
or 2 Tbsp. flour for medium
sauce or 3 Tbsp. flour for
thick sauce
1 c. skim milk
salt to taste

Pour skim milk into a jar and add flour. Cover tightly
and shake vigorously until smooth. Pour into a pan and cook
over low heat until thickened, stirring constantly. Add salt
and any desired seasoning.
Variation: Imitation butter flavoring, beef or chicken
bouillon may also be used.
Uses: thin and medium sauce may be used for gravy, cream
soup creamed and combine vegetables, fish and meat. Thick
sauce may be used as a binder for casseroles or timbales.

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