MealsOctober/November 2009

Gluten-Free Turkey Gravy Recipe

This gluten-free, dairy-free turkey gravy recipe is the perfect dressing for your Thanksgiving dinner.

A secret to successful gluten-free gravy is thoroughly stirring the thickener into cold water until all lumps disappear (before adding to hot meat juices). Store leftover gluten free, dairy free gravy in the refrigerator for up to three days. Thin with gluten free chicken stock and reheat.

gluten free turkey gravy

Anna Sobaski

This 3-step recipe yields a rich and creamy gluten-free turkey gravy.

Ingredients:

gluten free turkey gravy recipe

Mixing the cornstarch and water to form a roux.

3 tablespoons cornstarch or arrow-root
cup cold water
3 cups gluten free chicken stock + turkey drippings and giblet stock, if available
Salt and pepper, to taste

Directions:

1. Combine cornstarch or arrowroot with cup cold water and blend until smooth.

2. Over medium heat, add cornstarch mixture to 3 cups gluten free chicken stock and turkey drippings and giblet stock, if using. Whisk constantly for about 5 minutes. Mixture will thicken. When it begins to bubble, cook it at low simmer for 3 additional minutes until gravy reaches desired consistency.

gluten free turkey gravy recipe

Adding the starch mixture to heated chicken stock.

3.Add chopped giblets, if using. Season with salt and pepper, to taste.

gluten free turkey gravy recipe

Whisk the gravy over heat, then let simmer to desired consistency.

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