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To make gravy you need a few simple things:
drippings (1/2 cup not including fat) cornstarch of flour (1 or 2 tablespoons) broth (1 cup of chicken, turkey or beef - whatever flavor you like) ice water mixing bowl whisk saucepan
Having a fat separator like the one pictured below is optional. They are super helpful for making gravy, but you can also just spoon off the excess fat manually.
Step 2: Pour drippings into pan and heat Begin heating up the juices, but try not to burn or boil them. Try starting off with a medium to low heat and adjust as necessary.
Step 3: Create thickening slurry Mix about one tablespoon of cornstarch with 1/2 cup of ice water. Whisk it thoroughly in a bowl for a few seconds until it's an even white liquid. You're probably asking yourself, "this doesn't look very thick, what's up Noah?" Patience, patience, the cornstarch has.
has to be heated to above 200 degrees F before it thickens.
You may need to make more or less of this mixture depending on how much gravy you're making.
** It doesn't really matter how much meat juice you've got to start, you can keep adding your thickener if you've got a lot of juices.
Step 4: Add slurry and broth
With the heat turned down low, slowly add the cornstarch slurry to the drippings. Using a whisk or wooden spoon, mix the cornstarch and water into the juices and continue stirring. The juices will remain fairly thin and cloudy for a minute or two until the proper temperature is reached.
Step 5: Pour into gravy bowl and enjoy Once you've got the gravy at the right consistency, it's done! 👌👌👌👍👍👍