Want to learn how to make turkey gravy? Try this easy turkey gravy recipe using broth and drippings from your roasted bird. It's the perfect turkey gravy.
In my opinion, the perfect turkey gravy comes from turkey breasts recipes.
If you follow our recipe, you'll end up with a generous helping of wine and herb-infused drippings which will create the most finger-licking turkey gravy recipes you can imagine.
Whether you want to serve your turkey by itself or whether you'd like to make our roasted turkey crepes, read along and learn how to make turkey gravy. With its rich amber color and roasted flavor, you might even be tempted to eat it by itself.
Add chicken broth to medium skillet on medium high heat. Skim fat from turkey drippings and stir into broth. Whisk together. Add wine and bring to a simmer. Let simmer for about 2 minutes.
Meanwhile, mix flour with water until mixture is smooth. Pour slowly into skillet and stir together. Bring to a boil and reduce heat. Add salt, pepper and poultry seasonings and let simmer 3-4 minutes, whisking occasionally, until gravy has thickened.Yield: 2½ cups of gravy
f you happen to have Thanksgiving leftovers, use this easy turkey gravy recipe and whip up a batch of our Roasted Turkey Crepes.
Add a side of cranberry relish and roasted broccoli, and you've got a meal that far exceeds the usual definition of "leftovers!"
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