This gluten free & vegan gravy is worth the effort. I find it super simple to do, but it requires a little patience. It’s a balancing act of adding more broth and seasoning as you go.
Who doesn’t like a good gravy? This is one is packed full of flavor!
Disclaimer: These portions are all just a guess. I don’t like to measure when it comes to creating in the kitchen. Please just let this be a guide for your own creation…
- WHISK in a bowl equal parts of sweet rice flour to room temperature water. About 2-4 tbsp.
- PLACE 32 fl. oz. box of broth or stock of choice into a saucepan and turn stove onto a medium high heat. Or you could use the juices from a roasted bird.
- ADD 1-2 tbsp. ground sage and 1 tbsp. ground thyme.
- WHISK the sweet rice mixture into the broth/stock.
- CHECK to see if it needs S/P and add if needed.
You can add whatever seasoning you love, but the sage and thyme are my favorite.
I have made this type of gravy for…
- Thanksgiving turkey
- Mashed potatoes
- For a baked sweet potato
- Fingerling potatoes
- To put over meatloaf after it’s been cooked
- Shepherd’s pie
- As a dip for my garlic steak fries
We have a jam packed week ahead of us with closing on the house, moving, wrapping up the plans for my son’s 6th birthday party, and picking up Nana and Uncle Tom from the airport. There is also a huge personal thing I will be going through that I can’t talk about right now. If you wouldn’t mind keeping our family in your prayers/thoughts I would greatly appreciate that.
Obviously, I can’t post as much during this time, although I wish I could. I truly love this outlet, it’s a lot of fun for me! Maybe one day I could find a way to make a little dough 😉 with it.
Grateful Day – Child center that the school offers. What a life saver that’s going to be for the closing of our house. Bonus points for our son loving it too!
Do you have a favorite gravy recipe or store bought gluten free gravy that you love?
Thank you for listening!