Use turkey giblets, which typically include the neck, gizzard, heart and liver, to make a rich and delicious turkey gravy to accompany your showstopper roast turkey centrepiece. Ask your butcher for turkey giblets with your turkey, as supermarket turkeys often do not include the giblets.
This gravy came out perfect. I didn't have enough time to cook the giblets for an hour and a half, so I used a pressure cooker instead. Same with letting the turkey drippings cool and spooning off the fat, so I used a stick of butter instead. But still, it tasted great and the texture was just right. - 27 Nov 2014 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Wonderful, robust gravy and easy to make though it takes a while to get to the end. This recipe makes ALOT of gravy (like 5 cups) so I will half it next time for just an average family serving. I forgot to do step 3 (scrape the roasting pan) but it still came out delicious. I will be adding this to our holiday recipe box. Thank you! - 26 Dec 2017 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
BEST gravy I have ever had. All my family loved it. I added celery and carrot to the giblets and onion. I also cut up the neck and added to giblets. Instead of 6 cups of water I used 4 cups of turkey stock and 2 cups of water. Will use again. - 26 Nov 2016 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)