This easy Christmas turkey gravy recipe is always welcome at Christmas dinner, or any other occasion where you've roasted a succulent turkey. Your family will love this turkey gravy, which is sure to become a Christmas tradition.
For easy step-by-step instructions, see our How to make turkey gravy article.
Finished Christmas dinner lperfectly - 13 Jan 2012
Tasty low fat gravy after adjusting thickener. Before I even read the reviews, I knew there must be an error in the recipe. There is no way one fourth cup of flour will thicken 6 cups of liquid. The normal proportion is 2 Tablespoons flour, or 1 Tablespoon cornstarch, per cup of liquid. So, I used 6 tablespoons of cornstarch and I was pleased with the result. Instead of putting the cornstarch in the one cup of water, I used one cup of cold broth. I did not want to water down the flavor of the gravy. I was very happy to have a tasty gravy with no fat. You may also want to adjust the salt. If you are using bouillon, or canned broth, you probably do not need to add any salt. I would recommend making this without salt and adding later if you need it. - 23 Nov 2003 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This is a great (and easy!) recipe for turkey gravy. The only change I made was that I always use the water that I've boiled the potatoes in, instead of regular old tap water. I think it just gives the gravy a better taste plus with the potatoes having been in the water, it might even help with the thickening. Whether or not, this is a keeper. Thanks for sharing! - 15 Nov 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)