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Roasted Garlic-Herb Gravy

This came from Thanksgiving Dinner cookbook. When I made this gravy I easily cut the recipe in half. I used chicken broth in place of stock. Plus all dried seasonings. When I made this gravy I cooked my veggies in my broth as we had deep fried our turkey and there was no time for pan roasting. I recommend serving this over poultry.

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  • In the last hour of turkey roasting, scatter the carrots, celery, and garlic in the bottom of the roasting pan.
  • In a 3-quart saucepan, bring the stock to a boil over medium heat. Reduce by half.
  • When the turkey comes out of the oven, remove the carrots and celery stalks and place them in a blender or food processor. Add the stock and puree until smooth. Add half the garlic cloves, puree, and taste. (Heads of garlic vary in intensity, so it is necessary to check the strength of the sauce as you go). Add more garlic to taste, if desired.
  • Stir in the salt and pepper, and just before serving, add the parsley, chives, and savory.
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"This came from Thanksgiving Dinner cookbook. When I made this gravy I easily cut the recipe in half. I used chicken broth in place of stock. Plus all dried seasonings. When I made this gravy I cooked my veggies in my broth as we had deep fried our turkey and there was no time for pan roasting. I recommend serving this over poultry."
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  1. Shae Lin
    We aren't big Turkey fans so I usually fix a large Roasting chicken, stuffed just like a Turkey, but more to our size family. I decided to try this gravy to see if it had more flavour than the one I usually make and WOW it sure does!!! I added a bit more black pepper to the end result and it was great. Thanks for posting!!!
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  2. internetnut
    This came from Thanksgiving Dinner cookbook. When I made this gravy I easily cut the recipe in half. I used chicken broth in place of stock. Plus all dried seasonings. When I made this gravy I cooked my veggies in my broth as we had deep fried our turkey and there was no time for pan roasting. I recommend serving this over poultry.
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