Easy Gravy

"A simple and basic gravy recipe, flavor will depend on broth used."
 
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photo by Phillip E.
Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Melt butter in pan over medium heat.
  • Add flour, stirring constantly for 2 minutes, you want the mixture to turn light brown but not burn.
  • Add broth, salt and pepper and continue to stir for 3 minutes, sauce should be getting thicker.
  • Move to serving bowl.
  • Enjoy.

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Reviews

  1. syingling
    I brought mashed potatoes & gravy for our family’s carry-in Thanksgiving dinner. Since I wasn’t the one making the bird, I decided to try this gravy recipe. I follwed the recipe as written, using unsalted butter so that I could control the sodium content & avoid oversalting it. The gravy turned out smooth & tasty, with no lumps. It had very good flavor. When I got to my niece’s house, I added Some juices from the bird as well as some shreds of turkey to the gravy, which heightened the flavor. Everyone raved about this gravy. Best of all, it was fast and simple. I am tucking this recipe into my Thanksgiving food files. Thanks for sharing, Terry!
     
  2. smypeace
    Delicious, fast, and easy to make!!
     
  3. Jay L.
    I’m not the best cook and I’m not the best at following recipes but this was very easy and turned out way better than I expected!! ????
     
  4. rachelsimeone5591
    The recipe meet my more than expectations. Very tasteyl & I will continue to use this over & over again,my family enjoyed it
     
  5. Katie C.
    Sooo easy! My only successful foray into the gravy world so far! (My other attempts were pretty miserable.) Very good flavor, although admittedly high salt content. I only had chicken broth so that's what I used. One reviewer claimed it only tasted like flour and I am just like...baffled as to what kind of mistake they made in cooking it up that they only tasted flour. Like...did they omit the broth?! Ha. Either way, my husband claimed he wasn't hungry...and then had seconds, and thirds, with this gravy.
     
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