An incomparably easy turkey gravy recipe. Looking for a last-minute turkey gravy recipe for your Christmas dinner? This recipe is easy to follow, uses the lovely pan drippings from the turkey roasting tin and calls for just a few storecupboard essentials.
Use 60g of plain flour with 250ml water instead.
It's better to use pure turkey or chicken stock (without added seasonings) rather than stock cubes, as you can control the final product much better by adding your own salt to taste. If using stock cubes, start out with a diluted stock; you can always crumble in another cube to taste.
For easy step-by-step instructions, see our How to make turkey gravy article.
Used different ingredients. I do this when I roast chicken but I always put some root vegetables and onion in the pan with some water while the chicken's roasting. When making the gravy, I crush the cooked veg down before adding the wine etc. Gives the gravy a much richer taste and you get the added nutrients from the veg in the water. - 26 Nov 2010
very easy and flavourful - 09 Dec 2013