Despite the simplicity of this recipe, it turns out a gravy which is lump free, rich, golden brown in appearance, and most importantly, delicious. I was skeptical that a recipe with so few ingredients would be worthwhile, but not to worry, it was excellent in every regard. If you are using drippings from the pan, I recommend straining the drippings into another bowl to get rid of any meat, vegetables or foreign matter that may be in the roasting pan. This will produce a smoother gravy. Finally, I was in a hurry so I combined all of the ingredients while they were at room temperature and whisked before placing on the stove and it worked fine, causing no lumps whatsoever.
B+. Good recipe although no need for so much flour- a few teaspoons will suffice.
I used the broth and drippings from a heavily seasoned bone-in turkey breast that I made in my crockpot. Extremely easy and delicious!
FABULOUS! The taste was PERFECT! This was my first time cooking Thanksgiving dinner and this was SO easy and I got rave reviews. We had 10 people for dinner next time I'll double the recipe (even though it says it makes it for 16) thank you SO MUCH!
made this gravy for the first time on thanksgiving day-it was AWESOME-NO LUMPS!!
I've never been very good at gravy...until now! Easy and delicious!
Quick and Easy Gravy - and the best part is...it tastes like you slaved over it!!
Very good and easy to make.
This gravy is perfect! It's super simple yet so flavorful. I will definitely make this again!
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