Mouthwatering Gravy Recipes

You'll have one more reason to give thanks after you douse your Thanksgiving meal in any of these savory gravies from Food Network.

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Ina's Homemade Gravy

Ina Garten's pan gravy starts out with butter, onions and flour, and then she adds turkey drippings and chicken stock, plus Cognac, wine and a little heavy cream for richness.

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Alton's Best Gravy Ever

Alton Brown makes turkey gravy in the roasting pan while the turkey rests.

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Tyler's Roasted Turkey Gravy

Tyler Florence makes extra-flavorful gravy by roasting a turkey wing with vegetables and herbs. He removes the wing, then adds flour to the turkey fat and juices, and simmers the mixture with stock.

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Vegetarian Gravy

Use ingredients high in umami — the fifth taste, after sweet, sour, salty and bitter — to create a super-savory gravy for veggie lovers.

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Vegan Gravy

Umami is the Japanese name for savoriness, an essential characteristic of foods, like sweetness or saltiness. Use vegetables high in glutamate, an amino acid that plays an important part in umami, and give them a quick char before simmering them down to a rich, flavorful stock used for gravy even a meat-eater will enjoy.

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How to Make Gravy

See how to make perfect gravy every time with this step-by-step guide.

How to Make Perfect Gravy