10 Reviews

This gravy was fantastic! I did omit the white wine because I did not have any on hand and it came out great! Thanks for the recipe.

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MichQT November 28, 2009

Best. Gravy. Ever. I mixed all the ingredients except the drippings with a bit of cold stock so it was ready to go when I took the turkey out of the oven. I poured it directly into the roasting pan and cooked on the stovetop for about 5 - 10 minutes. Usually I am fumbling with the gravy while the turkey goes cold but this was perfect and easy.

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Gingernut November 22, 2009

Excellent Gravy! Next time I think I would cut out the salt for my own personal taste, but perfect in every other way! Thank you for posting!

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Kristiina November 28, 2008

Wonderful! I just want to remind myself to use Wondra flour for all gravy making and to be aware that if your pan drippings are from a brined bird, you may not need salt.

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nktx54 November 28, 2008

This was wonderful! I made this gravy to go with Herb-Roasted Chicken. I hadn't planned to make gravy, but the drippings from the chicken looked and smelled so yummy that I just couldn't pass up the opportunity. I am so glad I chose this recipe because the gravy was just perfect and a huge hit with my family. I used cornstarch instead of flour (because I remembered reading on the cornstarch can that it wouldn't lump) and fresh parsley. Thanks so much for a fantastic and easy recipe, *Parsley*!

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Poodle-icious! November 08, 2008

Okay, this was awesome - it's been so long since i've made gravy that I couldn't remember how!!! Anyway, I just dumped all of the pan drippings, plus the other stuff in the pot, and it was funny - i thought i was doing it wrong b/c i added stock, and it was lumpy - so i poured in a cup of water, and then all of the sudden - presto - it was smooth, brown, fantastic and perfectly seasoned!!!! Thank you so much!

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JanetSmith154 November 23, 2007

Amazing! I omit the salt and found 1/3 cup flour was a little too much for the turkey dripping I had, so I added more water to reach to my desired thickness. Blend it in a food processor for a few second to get rid of the lumps. Really really good!

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SharonChen July 03, 2015

Excellent, the flavor is outstanding. I will use for this Thanksgiving for sure. I did my trial run with chicken. I know it will be great on turkey this year. I did have to use broth to thin, I just kept adding till I got the consistency I wanted.

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JB's Girl November 09, 2008

Loved this gravy. So easy to make. I added some mushrooms only because they are delicious pureed in gravy.

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I_love2nurse in Canada October 14, 2008

This was the gravy we served for our Thanksgiving meal. Easy to make and very easy directions for this gravy-challenged girl. I added about 2 tablespoons finely minced shallot just because I could. Thanks for posting your recipe. cg ;)

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COOKGIRl November 24, 2006
Turkey Pan Gravy