Useful Tools | Making Gravy | Tips
There are many recipes available for making gravy but you will find that most use the turkey drippings, browned pieces from the bottom of the roasting pan, and a small amount of fat to give it great flavor and color.
Useful Gravy Making Tools | Traditional Methods for Making GravyQuick Method for Making Gravy | Adjusting the Consistency | Gravy Making Tips
There are many recipes available for making turkey gravy, but you will find that most of them call for the use of the turkey drippings and the browned bits from the bottom of the roasting pan (formed as a result of oven roasting the turkey) combined with a small amount of fat, to produce gravy with the best flavor and color.
Begin by cutting a circle around the stem of the pepper.
Carefully pull out the stem and ribs.
Remove the remaining ribs by scraping with a spoon.
Wash the pepper in cold running water to remove any remaining seeds.
Slice off the stem of a whole, clean, mushroom. With a small teaspoon (1/8 or 1/4 teaspoon), or small melon baller, scoop out the inside of the mushroom. Fill with prepared stuffing or favorite dip.