During this time of year I make gravy on a weekly basis. When the cold, damp weather sets in, rich, warm, gravy makes for a delicious comfort food smothered over roasted chicken or turkey.


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  1. In a medium saucepan bring stock, gizzards, onions and garlic to a boil
  2. Reduce heat to medium and simmer for 20-30 minutes, until onions are soft
  3. Add drippings from roasting pan, simmer 5 minutes
  4. Strain out solids and transfer broth, onion and garlic to a vitamix; dispose of gizzards
  5. Puree on low, then work up to high speed, blending until mixture is smooth
  6. Transfer mixture to a 9 inch skillet and reheat gravy until boiling
  7. Meanwhile, in a small dish, mix kudzu with ¼ cup water, stirring until completely dissolved
  8. Stir kudzu into gravy until thoroughly combined and gravy begins to thicken, reduce heat
  9. Simmer gravy and reduce to desired thickness, anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes; add salt
  10. Serve

This simple gluten free, grain free and dairy free gravy turns a mere meal into a Thanksgiving feast.


13 responses to “Gravy”

  1. Increasing the amount of vegetables that you consume will help you eat healthier while losing weight at the
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  2. I was wondering about using guar gum instead of the kudzu do you know how much I should use or if it works? I cant wait to try this recipe and don’t want my non-gf family to be disapointed either. Thanks!!

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