If you attempt to thicken a pan sauce or gravy by simply stirring flour into the simmering liquid, you will inevitably end up with lumps. This is.
Making gravy from pan drippings isn't difficult, but gravy with no lumps can be tricky. I've broken gravy making down into 5 Steps to Perfect.
Countdown #9 No Lump Gravy. Getting reviews Save Recipe. Level: Easy; Total: 30 min. Prep: 5 min; Cook: 25 min. Yield: 8 servings. Share This Recipe.
If the lumps in your gravy are proving too stubborn for even the most vigorous whisking technique, don't panic; you can still make gravy without lumps. Simply set.
Flour or cornstarch will help to thicken any sauce, and gravy is no exception. As long as you can avoid making lumps this option is the fastest way to thicken your .
Gravy is especially delicious when made from the turkey pan drippings left behind after roasting your bird. Here's how to make lump-free gravy.
I always end up having to strain the lumps out of my gravy—what am I doing wrong?” For more tips and recipes for gravy, see Good Gravy.
SPECIAL THANKSGIVING ISSUE Dump the lumps and make the best 4 to 6 tablespoons brown roux or 4 to 5 tablespoons white roux (see.
Learn how to make white gravy in just a few minutes and with just a few Continue to pour in milk and wisk to make sure there are no lumps.