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Discussion in 'Egg, Chicken, & Other Favorite Recipes' started by debilorrah, Mar 14, 2009.
Brown gravy recipe that does not use the drippings??????
Got me there....I have used a package when desperate and then dressed it up with spices, onion, etc....but without the pan drippings I have no good response, but I will be interested to see what others offer.
onion, celery, sliced carrots, potato optional, butter in a metal pan. broil until veggies are carmelized, add water or broth to pan stirring and scraping the bits that stuck to the bottom. run thru a food mill or food processor and simmer until thickened. salt and pepper to taste!
do you have beef broth in a can? yo can use that and add a thickener to it and whatever seasonings you like.
Use beef boullion cubes and make to directions.
Bring to a boil on the stove.
Dig that Quick Shake from your Tupperware kit and put in a cup of cold water and about 3 or 4 TBSP flour.
Shake well and stir into your boullion. Cook til thickened.
i dont think you can have that..but you know what i always have on hand is kitchen bouquet..if you fried up some onions and mushrooms and tossed in that for good measure you would have some brown gravy.
Quote:THAT is what I was hoping for!!! Thank you soooo much! I use Wondra for gravy, there is no need to shake it together, never any lumps with that stuff!!!
I was SOOO hoping I could use the boullion cubes. PHEW!
Quote:I just ran out this week and forgot it at the store!!! Hence my panic. I dug all over til I found the boullion cubes too!
um... not to be blunt, but:
gravy = thickened, seasoned drippings.
Without drippings, it's just a sauce. It's simply not possible to make actual gravy without drippings.
Quote:its called improvising
i feel your pain though, i ran out myself last night while making beef stew..my kids were a bit surprised to find out that my stew wasnt really a deep rich brown color.