Emeril Lagasse and Campbell's have simple and easy-to-follow recipes using beef broth and other seasonings to make beef gravy. Campbell's recipe serves two, while Emeril Lagasse's yields about 2 cups.
For country gravy, first prepare the desired meat in a roasting pan and then organize 1 tablespoon vegetable oil, 1 cup milk and 2 tablespoons of all-purpose flour. Thicken the ingredients in the hot pan and serve along with the protein.
Gravy recipes using Swanson broth include Mom's Beef Gravy featured on SparkRecipes and Swanson's Roasted Garlic Beef Gravy featured on Swanson.com. Other gravy recipes that call for broth can be adapted to use Swanson broth, with no other adjustments necessary.
A recipe for roux gravy on turkey, mashed potatoes and rice includes oil, butter and flour, or fat drippings and flour. A simple formula per cup of gravy is 2 tablespoons of fat, 2 tablespoons of flour and 1 cup of a liquid such as heavy cream, milk or broth.
Chicken broth is a simmered liquid food preparation made from the bones and meat of a chicken. Additional flavoring from spices and vegetables is often included in chicken broth.
To make pork gravy, roast or sauté the pork to collect the pan drippings. Add the flour and simmer the mixture for three minutes. Whisk in pork stock a little at a time until the gravy thickens. Strain the gravy and serve with pork roast.
To make beef gravy, combine cooked roast beef drippings with 2 cans of beef broth and heat the mixture to medium. Make a paste with 2 tablespoons corn starch and 4 tablespoons of beef broth, add the paste to the mixture and whisk the gravy until it thickens.