Creamy Turkey Gravy
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 15 min.
Maybe I did something wrong, but I didn't get a lot of flavor with this. I might try again using flour instead of cornstarch and letting the roux get a little dark first.
YES! A turkey gravy recipe made with MILK! YES! I don't know how many turkey gravies I've had that were made with water. I always use milk as that's what you use for wonderful chicken gravy. :)This is pretty much how I make turkey gravy, except I prefer flour over cornstarch, and I also like to let my gravy sit and simmer for about ten minutes, stirring often. Just add a bit more stock if it starts getting too thick.
It was good! I substituted potato starch, added 2 teaspoons too potent poultry seasoning which made green gravy - so diluted with more chicken broth in separate pot. Used Himalayan salt & raw milk. Then added chunked turkey & heated. Oops - forgot the cranberry sauce again!
Quick easy and yummy!
NICE Gluten Free gravy!!
My husband loves to prepare gravy. Together we tried this. I used half and half instead of milk. Delicious.
easy and delicious, I substituted half and half creamer for the milk and created a richer gravy
It came together just as described and was the most effortless part of my Thanksgiving preparations!! I will use this recipe repeatedly.
This was the first time I ever made gravy. It was easy and tasted great! I'll always use this recipe if i need to make gravy.
Turkey gravy is incredibly easy to make and this recipe gives options we have not tried. I love creamy turkey gravy and so does my family so we will be trying this recipe.