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gravy recipe

  1. chef kim profile image51
    chef kimposted 9 years ago

    Any ideas on a different twist on gravy for blackened turkey?  I'm drawing a blank here and don't know if I should stay traditional, spicy or sweet.  I do need gravy for the mashed potatoes my son can't live without.

  2. Mark Knowles profile image60
    Mark Knowlesposted 9 years ago

    I don't know if this will qualify as a promo, but I have a great recipe here. You can't go wrong with a traditional gravy.


    http://hubpages.com/hub/Turkey-Gravy

  3. chef kim profile image51
    chef kimposted 9 years ago

    Your right you can't go wrong and the more I think about it that's what it will be.  I will still be great with mashed potatoes and in our house the stuffing.  Thanks for the recipe.

  4. Mark Knowles profile image60
    Mark Knowlesposted 9 years ago

    My pleasure. Happy Thanksgiving.

  5. stan6637 profile image51
    stan6637posted 9 years ago

    Southern Chocolate Gravy
    ******************** 

    1/2 Cup Sugar
    4 Tablespoons flour
    3 Tablespoons Powdered Cocoa
    2 Cups Milk
    1 1/2 TeaSpoons Butter

    Mix sugar, flour and cocoa. Then add your milk. Put in
    a sauce pan. Heat on a medium to high setting constantly
    stirring until your gravy thickens (I like mine really thick).
    Once thick then mix in your butter.

    Serve over piping hot biscuits and be prepared to be loved
    and remembered forever smile

    1. Mark Knowles profile image60
      Mark Knowlesposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Should go great with blackened turkey. big_smile

  6. stan6637 profile image51
    stan6637posted 9 years ago

    I know, the chocolate gravy isn't really for the turkey or mashed taters but talking about thanksgiving and the holidays got me thinking about the chocolate gravy Grandma used to make. One of those wonderful family traditions at the holidays.

    As for the turkey gravy or any gravy Grandma taught us to make a 'rue' and add your drippings or broth to the rue to thicken up...always comes out a nice smooth, rich taste because of the butter used in the rue.

  7. Mark Knowles profile image60
    Mark Knowlesposted 9 years ago

    I have already made a note of the chocolate one smile It will go great with my chocolate brownies. For some reason, I like savory biscuits. Sweet scones, but savory biscuits. big_smile

 
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