I made this gravy from the liquids remaining after roasting a whole chicken with vegetables.
Before removing it from the oven, I’d made a slurry using 1/4 cup water, 2 handfuls of flour (I don’t worry about an exact amount for this method) and whisked it making sure there were no lumps of flour.
Seasonings could also be added to the slurry.
Once the chicken and vegetables were removed, I added 1/4 cup of the liquid into my slurry and whisked it in, then the roasting pan went on high heat on the stove top.
Let the liquids in the pan come to a boil, whisk constantly and quickly.
Slowly add in a little slurry at a time, using just enough to reach desired thickness (whisking constantly).
Remove from heat. Add salt and seasonings if needed.
posted by Emily Endrizzi on February 28, 2015
Looks easy enough. I’ve never tried to make my own gravy. I’m kind of a cooking newbie.
posted by admin on March 2, 2015
Growing up, food usually meant phoning for delivery; so I had to teach myself to cook. After some failed attempts early on, I was always afraid of gravy lol. But this method is pretty easy!
posted by Melanie B on December 11, 2015
Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing