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chicken and gravy over biscuits

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1 chicken and gravy over biscuits on Tue Feb 02, 2010 2:09 am

How much chicken should i buy to make chicken and gravy over biscuits? And how much gravy per person as well? lets say for 100 people.

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2 Chicken and gravy over biscuits on Wed Jul 21, 2010 10:56 am

It depends on which type of chicken you use, for example, a whole chicken will yield in approximately 6 portions. Also, gravy is a matter of personal preference, some love to make their chicken swim in gravy, others just want a taste. As a general rule, you should be good if you assume a quarter-cup of gravy per person.
The easiest way to do this would be to test your favorite recipe in the pans you are using and multiply it - ie. if one recipe will yield 6 portions, then you will need to make 30 times the recipe.

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