I needed to make a stock in order to get gravy for my deep-fried turkey. This was so easy to make - made the whole house smell wonderful - and also made a tasty gravy.
Very easy to make
I made this for Thanksgiving along with the Awesome Stuffing recipe and it was no fuss...very good. You could tell it was made from scratch! Thanks for sharing.
I made this as directed to go with the "Awesome Sausage Apple and Dried Cranberry Stuffing" as called for. It was not as much fuss as I thought it would be and the results were fantastic.
It smells like Thanksgiving in here! This stock was so good and easy a great way to use those giblets! I used this recipe to make the "Savory Turkey Gravy" recipe from this site so I did eliminate the tangerine zest because I wasn't sure I wanted citrusy gravy.
This turned out wonderfully! I have never tried to make my own turkey stock and this made for an amazing gravy! It made my gravy really flavorful and much less SALTY. I will be doing this every year although I have to admit I didn't add the liver... just couldn't do it.
I have made this stock and the accompanied stuffing for the last several years. I was freaking out because I misplaced my recipe folder. Thank goodness I was able to remember where this was on the Internet because this stock is amazing and wonderful for a beginner. And the apple/sausage stuffing it goes with is perfection as well!
I've been a vegetarian for 21 years!!! Faced with a neck and bag of giblets I was mortified! If I can do this anyone can. Gonna attempt a turkey stew now...wish me luck carnivores! P.S. No I won't be eating it.
Great stock recipe! I made it for use with the Awesome Sausage Apple and Cranberry Stuffing. Very easy to make and everyone loved the way it smelled while it was simmering.
Bland. No flavor at all. My turkey didn't come with a liver so all I had was the neck and giblets so maybe that had something to do with it but I had to ad 3 1/2 tsp chicken bouillon just to get it to taste like something.
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