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Sage is a traditional flavor for gravy because its savory aroma is a great match for gravy's creamy flavor. Spoon this vegan sage gravy over steamed rice or potatoes, if you like.
This gravy, full of fresh mushrooms and flavored with Marsala wine, is as good on roasted chicken as it is on roasted turkey. Spoon it over wild rice pilaf, cornbread stuffing or mashed potatoes, too.
After your Thanksgiving bird is roasted, make sure to save the flavorful pan drippings to make this easy pan gravy.
The trick here is to make the backbone of the gravy ahead of time, while you're waiting for the turkey to cook or even the day before, and then add the flavorful drippings later. No more whisking the lumps out of the gravy while everyone else is sitting at the table waiting to eat.
Take the pressure off of Thanksgiving by making this vegetarian roasted shallot gravy a day or two in advance. Spoon it over roasted vegetables or mashed potatoes in addition to roasted turkey.
No need to make separate gravies for meat eaters and non-meat eaters: This sauce is rich and flavorful enough to satisfy all diners. Better yet, you can prepare it up to three days ahead and simply reheat it before serving.
Serve over whole grains or mashed potatoes or stir some into your favorite beans and greens for a hearty ragout.
Keep this recipe by your side and the idea of making gravy won't ever strike fear in you again. Simply save the pan drippings from your roasted turkey to flavor this classic, thyme-infused gravy.
Creamy, flavorful, and lump free, this broth-based gravy is easy to pull off, even with those finicky in-laws looking over your shoulder.
Bison has fewer calories and a lower fat content than beef, making it a good choice for the health conscious meat eater. Serve these meatballs with rice or potatoes to soak up the gravy.
This unusual gravy gets wonderful depth of flavor and natural sweetness from roasted garlic and parsnip. You can prepare it up to three days ahead, refrigerate it and reheat it just before serving.
This is an ideal dish for a small gathering. Turkey breast cooked by itself is more likely to turn out moist and tender than white meat on a whole bird, and our butter-and-sage rub guarantees that it bursts with flavor. Pan drippings and cider make an ideal sweet-and-tangy combo for a gravy.
This sweet, herb-brined turkey makes an impressive centerpiece for any holiday meal. The delicious pan drippings create the base of an inventive gravy.
This festive main course is rich and tasty on its own, but you can also pair it with Vegan Mushroom Gravy.
This hearty loaf combines tofu with onions, carrots, garlic and parsley for a great alternative to meatloaf. Top slices of the tofu loaf with vegetarian mushroom gravy or pair with steamed brown rice.
Add a spark to your holiday turkey with this Southwestern variation that combines the smoky spice of chipotle and ancho chiles with fresh citrus. The tangy gravy adds zing to your turkey as well as to dressing and mashed potatoes.
This fragrant, beautifully browned turkey produces very flavorful pan juices. Use them as a base for a simple gravy, or just spoon off excess fat and serve them as they are.
Hmmm...crispy, cheesy, with a hint of scallion. These cakes are a great way to use excess mashed potatoes and a yummy accompaniment to any meal. Or make them a little larger and flatter then top with grilled leftover turkey and gravy.
The sharp, lingering flavor of English Borough Market Cheddar makes it an exceptional addition to popovers. Serve them with soups or roasts (they're great for sopping up gravy!), or eat them for breakfast with a little apple butter. Popovers' lusciousness diminishes as they cool, so get them to the table as quickly as possible.