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This recipe is a Godsend to me - most bought gravies are loaded with salt. I was able to reduce the sodium even more by using reduced sodium broth. Sometimes I make homemade beef broth, so I'll use that to try making a beef gravy with this recipe.
Also tried this recipe using beef broth and beef powder. Excellent!
Marvelous Creation! I bought some potato flakes just for this recipe. and thank god i did - i will definetely be making this in the future. =)
Great gravy Uncle Bill! Our turkey thanks you too!
This gravy can't be beat! It had amazing flavor, and no lumps!
I made a roast and wanted to make a good beef gravy. I substituted anything saying chicken for beef, and made as directed in the recipe. I also used the drippings from the meat, as there was really no fat to speak of from my Tri Tip roast. The gravy was excellent! Nice and smooth and really flavorful. A perfect addition to my meat and mashed potatoes. I will treasure this technique for making gravy. Thanks Uncle Bill!
This works WONDERFULLY! I actually have started using the 'instand potato approach' to thicken many other sauces I make, as it takes less of it to accomplish the job than flour would. I didn't have canned mushrooms, so I did my version with fresh mushrooms and just added a bit of extra broth to compensate.
Great recipe when you need some gravy. Really easy to make and has a good flavor. Thanks for coming up with this recipe Uncle Bill :)
Great recipe Bill. Thanks so much for sharing. It was a huge success at my house for Thanksgiving! Arlene