Monday, November 23, 2009

How to Make Homemade Giblet and Egg Gravy in the Roasting Pan

A homemade gravy made from the roasting pan drippings, turkey giblets and egg.

How to Make Homemade Giblet and Egg Gravy

My Mama always made turkey giblet gravy on the holidays. It was just a given that you'd find gravy on the table with those little bits of giblets floating in it. I under-appreciated it back then, but now I know the added punch of flavor that infusing the gravy with giblets gives us. Some southern cooks add chopped, hard boiled egg to their gravy. Mama never did and neither do I, but feel free to throw some in if you like. You'll want 1 hard boiled egg, diced and stir it in just before serving.

Don't be intimated by homemade gravy because it is hands down so much better than a jar or can and not hard to do at all. Click here for some tips on how to make (and repair) gravy and then come back here to learn how to make a wonderful pan gravy using those beautiful drippings from your holiday turkey.

Here's how to make it.





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