Yield: Yields about 3 cups.
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Nice gravy. Ours turned out a bit on the thinner side and the flavor was suprising milder than I thought it would be.
This is the best gravy I've ever made. I've made it several years in a row. Its become my standard recipe. I can't wait to make it this Thanksgiving Day. It's creamy, rich and fantastic flavor. Never disappoints. For the broth, use the Fine Cooking recipe for three-herb turkey broth by Ris Laccoste. I make a double batch and use it for post-Thanksgiving soup as well.
This gravy is superb- I also don't make the broth from scratch- it's excellent.. we have done this ever since the '05 edition came out (so 2 years in a row- 3 since I plan on doing it again this year)..
This gravy is wonderful. It is full of flavor and has become a family favorite. I don't make the rich turkey broth from scratch and it still comes out perfect.
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