Find deliciously savoury onion gravy recipe ideas to serve alongside bangers and mash, thick pork chops or a juicy steak.
I tried recipe after recipe for the perfect onion gravy to go with bangers and mash, and this is by far and away the best.
A simple onion gravy made with beef stock. You could add dried herbs, such as thyme, if desired. Get loads of flavour with hardly any effort!
Buy any good-quality or speciality sausages for this quick and easy, gastro-pub favourite. Wholegrain mustard gives piquancy to the creamy mash, and red wine makes a robust onion gravy. Serve with seasonal green vegetables. Delicious!
This is my Dad's (RIP) recipe which he used to cook for me as a little boy. It brings back happy memories for me and is definitely my top comfort food. Served with roast potatoes, chips or creamy mash and peas this is a little slice of heaven! Good honest, warming home cooked food. And as Liver is inexpensive, easy on the wallet too!
This is the best recipe I've ever managed to create for onion gravy. Easy to make, full of flavour and delicious with sausages or toad-in-the-hole.
This is a really simple, delicious way of pimping up a chicken breast. Goes great with any veg (grilled, steamed, roasted), can be accompanied by a wide range of sauces (BBQ, sweet chilli, even cranberry). I've used a red onion and mushroom gravy which is what really makes this top notch!!!
This gravy is so easy you can whip it up in minutes - delicious with pork, ham, sausages, or chicken. Try it with bangers and mash!
Popular with children and adults alike, this traditional batter pudding is an excellent way of turning a few sausages into a hearty meal. Serve with onion gravy and seasonal greens.
A great recipe for the classic American dish of fried rump steaks with a rich onion gravy. The steaks are dredged in flour and fried - just like fried chicken...hence the name!
This takes some of my favourite things (black pudding, good cheese, potatoes and stout), and turns them into a fun evening meal. If you don't eat black pudding, then substitute with a slice or two of fine quality ham or corned beef.