This bone broth gravy is silky, velvety and you’ll want to slurp it on a spoon! You choose chicken or beef bone broth!
Creamy Gravy Recipe
A creamy gravy recipe isn’t difficult. You just have to kind of practice and master the craft.
And, a silky velvety bone broth gravy also takes some practice. But, it’s so simple and perfect over lots of things.
You choose whether you want it to be a chicken bone broth or you can certainly use a beef bone broth. Each has its own delicious flavor.
Gravy Recipe with Drippings
Now I love making my gravy recipe with drippings. Bacon drippings that is. But, you can also use butter or sausage drippings.
You must try my Appalachia Creamy Gravy! Ohhhhhhhhh, it’s a breakfast hit!
How to Make Simple Gravy
How to make simple gravy involves just a few ingredients, but you must pay attention to these simple peasant ingredients, drippings or butter, flour, milk and salt and pepper, as your cooking to create a creamy delicious gravy.
Brown Gravy Recipe
This recipe for gravy can be used for making a brown gravy recipe, too. The coloring for your gravy comes basically from the liquid you’re using. So with milk we’re going to have a white gravy.
If you want to make this a ‘brown’ gravy then you can substitute beef bone broth for milk (but you’ll lose some of the creaminess!).
Or you can change the hue of the gravy by simply adding Kitchen Bouquet or Gravy Master Browning. Both are available at most all grocery stores. You don’t need much. Just a tad, then work from there to achieve the hue that you want.
For more gravy tips, check out this great post!
Best Turkey Recipe
Now the best turkey recipe for gravy means using the broth and liquid from the cooked turkey as well as when you cook the gizzards, neck, and livers of the turkey.
The broth that is made from boiling these inner parts of the bird add immense flavor to your gravy, plus you’ll have more of a brown hue with both liquids. I also love to finely chop the livers and gizzards and put in the finished gravy. It’s another layer of flavor.
But, we always don’t have that lusucious liquid from a roasted turkey or chicken. So the perfect thing to use? Kettle and Fire Bone Broths! Use my code, ALLYSKITCHEN, to get 20% off your orders! Keep bone broth in your pantry because it’s a staple product that will be your go to for so many dishes.
Sausage and Gravy Recipe
Nothing is more tasty than sausage and gravy. And, the way to make this is to crumble and fry your sausage (Jimmy Dean’s sage is the best!) in the skillet.
Use a slotted spoon to remove the crumbles. Add some butter to the sausage drippings, then proceed with my recipe. Once your gravy is creamy and thick, add the crumbled cooked sausage and spoon over toast or biscuits! Good Southern eats for sure!
How to Make Turkey Gravy from Scratch
Once you have mastered this recipe for gravy, you’ll have no problem with making your turkey gravy from scratch. Just use the turkey liquid drippings instead of milk, and you have an amazing turkey gravy for your dressing and mashed potatoes! If you want your gravy darker then use the Kitchen Bouquet or Gravy Master Browning.
How do you Make Gravy
Depending upon what you’re cooking, you may have to make gravy or the ingredients themselves as they cook may make gravy. Check out these recipes with a yummy gravy!
If your gravy is too thick, add more liquid. To add more richness to this gravy, you can use 1.5 cups of the bone broth and one-half cup of whole milk or cream. Turkey broth can also be used. If you have leftover gravy, refrigerate. To reconstitute, put in a sauce pan with some bone broth and/or milk and let it simmer on low heat. Blend and stir adding more liquid as needed to achieve you desired consistency of the gravy.
1. Put a 10" cast iron skillet on medium high heat. Let it get hot.
2. Reduce heat to medium. Put in the bacon drippings and butter. Stir and blend (about 30 to 45 seconds) and let it dissolve making almost a bubbly mixture. Careful not to burn it.
3. Sprinkle in the flour and AT THE SAME TIME briskly whisk the flour into the drippings. Let this bubble and cook about 60 to 90 seconds.
4. While continuing to whisk, slowly add in the bone broth blending and whisking into a silky velvety texture.
5. Add salt and pepper to taste. Serve immediately.
If your gravy is too thick, add more liquid.
To add more richness to this gravy, you can use 1.5 cups of the bone broth and one-half cup of whole milk or cream.
Turkey broth can also be used.
If you have leftover gravy, refrigerate. To reconstitute, put in a sauce pan with some bone broth and/or milk and let it simmer on low heat. Blend and stir adding more liquid as needed to achieve you desired consistency of the gravy.