An easy recipe for giblet gravy on BettyCrocker.com calls for ingredients such as turkey giblets, celery, onion, flour and seasonings. An easy giblet gravy recipe is also available on SouthernLiving.com.
To make giblet gravy according to the Betty Crocker recipe, start by slicing up 2 medium stalks of celery and 1 medium onion. Sort the giblets from a whole turkey. Set the liver aside, and place the rest of the giblets in a saucepan. Pour in enough water to submerge the giblets. Toss in the chopped celery and onion, as well as 1 teaspoon of salt and 1/4 teaspoon of pepper. Bring the liquid to boil, then lower the heat, and allow the mixture to simmer, covered, until the giblets are soft. Add the reserved liver for the final 15 minutes of cooking. Remove the celery and onion, but keep the broth and giblets.
Collect the turkey drippings and set 1/2 cup of it aside. Combine the remaining drippings with enough giblet broth to form 2 cups of broth mixture. If you don't have enough giblet broth, use chicken broth to make up the difference. Gently cook the reserved 1/2 cup of turkey drippings with 1/4 cup of flour in a skillet, and stir it frequently until it achieves a smooth texture. Slowly stir in the 2 cups of prepared broth mixture. Continue to cook and stir the mixture until it thickens. Add some turkey neck meat and giblets to the gravy if you wish. Add salt and pepper to taste.