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    quick gravy no drippings

    macaila
    Mon Aug 05, 2002 3:05 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    If I am going to make a gravy without meat drippings is there a similar tasty way to make a packet mix gravy???????????/ Everytime I do it it tastes like salt
    Kirstin in the Couv
    Tue Aug 06, 2002 10:58 am
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    Go get a can of swanson's broth - there is a recipe on it for gravy that is great -- the packets have so darn much sodium in them!!
    Steve_G
    Tue Aug 06, 2002 11:16 am
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    Or you can make white sauce.

    Brown some flour and butter, slowly add cold milk, half and half or cream. Lower heat and stir until thick and hot.

    Season with salt and pepper....
    Mille®
    Wed Aug 07, 2002 10:28 pm
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    Here you go - Healthy Beef or Chicken Gravy. You can make it beefier by adding powdered bouillon and/or by using Bisto instead of cornstarch.
    yogi
    Thu Aug 08, 2002 8:44 am
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    Okay, all you groupies may cringe, but for a quick chicken gravy I cook a ck. bouillon cube in some water, add a packet of cup-a-soup cream of chicken flavor, then thicken with cornstarch and water. If I'm feeling really "chefy" I'll add chopped green onion or some Mrs. Dash.
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