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.
No turkey roast is complete without lashings of delicious homemade gravy. This is our favourite family recipe and we love how fast it is to make!
Add a little something special to your gravy with this flavourful and rich turkey gravy with the perfect amount of dry white wine.
This turkey gravy is easy to whip up and ideal for making ahead of your feast, as it does not use any drippings from the roast turkey, just stock.
Avoid the last minute rush and uncertainty by making the gravy for your feast ahead of time! This gravy is freezer-friendly and can be frozen or stored in the fridge for five days. Perfect!
I made this version of bread sauce for the first time this Christmas and it was a success. Very little was left after the traditional Christmas lunch and the sauce will compliment a Sunday roast of chicken.
This turkey gravy is made with a tin of condensed chicken soup to making it extra rich and creamy. Quick and easy to make, this is an ideal gravy for a turkey roast dinner.
Despite the time and effort this gravy takes, it is definitely worth the wait and will result in a rich and flavourful gravy ideal for special turkey roasts.
This turkey gravy is ready in a flash and uses only four ingredients. Never be left waiting for the gravy on Christmas Day again!
We got this delicious turkey gravy from our American family when we happened to be visiting during Thanksgiving. We now use it every time we cook our turkey at Christmas.