Turkey Gravy Recipe
Turkey isn’t the same without gravy! Watch Nick and Uncle Mark show you their recipe for turkey gravy that combines a bit of meat knowledge, a bit of Southern cooking and is 100% delicious! Enjoy the recipe and let us know your favorite ways to make gravy in the comments below!
Melt 2 tbsp. of butter in a large sautee pan over medium heat.
Once butter is melted, add turkey neck and liver and yellow onion to the pan and sear on all sides.
Cook turkey parts and onion until they are brown and remove from pan. Discard remnants.
Add remaining tbsp. of butter to the pan and melt.
Whisk flour into the pan with melted butter until the flour has soaked up all the remnants of turkey and onion from the pan.
Cook the flour until it is brown (approximately 30 seconds).
Once the flour is cooked, slowly stir in water and chicken broth. Note – you may wish to use more or less liquid to make a thicker or thinner gravy.
Season with salt and pepper to taste and let simmer until ready to serve.
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