Use your favorite brew for Lager Gravy, and then just heat and serve with your holiday turkey. Lagers work well in gravy because they add a slight bite and hint of yeasty flavor without being overwhelming.
From classic gravy recipes straight out of the classic recipe book to quick five-ingredient recipes fit for modern day speed, we have a gravy recipe to suit every kind of cook and palate. Use these fantastic gravy recipes to top the turkey and mashed potatoes for the Thanksgiving feast, to compliment a great dinner for a special occasion, or even to go along with a great weeknight dinner. With a great gravy, the culinary options are nearly endless.
This Biscuits and Vegetarian Sausage Gravy recipe puts a surprising but delicious twist on a classic Southern breakfast. Vegetarian sausage has a firmer texture than pork sausage. Crumbling it helps distribute it evenly throughout the gravy. This quick breakfast has 3 grams of soy protein per serving.
"My family likes our gravy thin and soupy, but you can thicken yours as desired," James says. Feel free to omit the egg or giblets, but do start with homemade chicken or turkey stock or the best broth you can buy.
Start the day off with this easy, hearty Sausage, Biscuit, and Gravy Bake that will feed the whole family. Buttery biscuits layered with sausage, cheese, and green onions make for a savory and delicious breakfast.