The BEST white gravy EVER-- seriously!! I tried to make vegetarian gravy for years, always used oil and never thought to use butter. I have used this recipe a few times now, and it always comes out perfectly. SO SO good. Thank you!!! :)
This gravy was good, but a little bit salty for my taste. Made for Fall 2009 PAC.
Thank you for this! I am the worst gravy maker and this turned out wonderful!!
I've tried to make white gravy for years. First time it ever turned out. LOVE THIS!
loved it!! this is our "go to" white gravy, whether its for biscuits, chicken or rice. i'll never make another reciepe for white gravy again!
This was delicious! Thanks for a great base recipe. I made it to top mile high biscuits and everyone gobbled it up!
Very yummy! Even my skeptical carnivorous DH approved the gravy. I agree that it came out little bit salty, next time I will cut back to 1/2 tsp of regular salt (I may have been a bit heavy handed with the garlic salt)
Also, I ended up using a Tbsp of Whole Wheat Pastry Flour since I was scraping the bottom of the All Purpose. Next time I may try all Whole Wheat... then I can pretend it's a bit healthier! Hehehe.
Pair this with some baked chicken strips, baked french fries, and biscuits or Tx toast and you have a healthier alternative for that greasy fast food craving!
Wow, are you kidding me?! This was AWESOME!! It made my mashed potatoes divine tonite. Soon I'm going to fry up some Gimme Lean sausage, and make biscuits and gravy with it. It is WAY better than the white gravy I was using before. Best ever, thank you so much! Oh yeah, and I was pretty much out of milk, so 3/4 of the milk called for had to actually be almond milk. Wouldn't have known. So happy!
I use this gravy recipe to make biscuits and gravy. We probably put in a bit more pepper because we like peppery gravy :) Thanks for posting.
this was so simple and easy and turned out fabulous. i used johnny's garlic spread & seasoning instead of the garlic salt. i served it over a vegetarian meatloaf (Really Good Vegetarian Meatloaf (Really!)) and some yorkshire puddings. i will definitely be making this again. thanks ammi!