Even without meat drippings, gravy can still be made from meat stock. The process in making gravy out of meat stock is similar in terms of using flour or cornstarch to thicken the stock. More »

There are a few different approaches to making brown gravy from scratch as some recipes use the pan drippings of roasted meat for flavor while others use stock or bullion. For example, one recipe for brown gravy calls fo... More »

To make homemade pork gravy, mix the drippings from a pork roast with a mixture of cornstarch and water. Alternately, cook a mixture of butter and flour in a saucepan and add the drippings to the pan to make a thick grav... More »

There are a few different approaches to making brown gravy from scratch as some recipes use the pan drippings of roasted meat for flavor while others use stock or bullion. For example, one recipe for brown gravy calls fo... More »

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 serv... More »

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To make homemade pork gravy, mix the drippings from a pork roast with a mixture of cornstarch and water. Alternately, cook a mixture of butter and flour in a saucepan and add the drippings to the pan to make a thick grav... More »

CookingLouisiana.com offers a recipe for smothered liver and onions that involves sautéing the onions and liver in a pan and creating a gravy using the drippings. To prepare the liver, wash 2 pounds of young calf liver, ... More »

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