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