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.
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.
Recipes for white gravy are available at the Betty Crocker and Food Network websites. White gravy, often referred to as country gravy, includes flour, beef fat, all-purpose flour, milk, and salt and pepper. It complements breakfast sausage and country-fried steak and is...
For beef gravy, organize roughly 5 pounds of chuck roast, 1 large red onion, 4 tablespoons of all-purpose flour and 1/4 cup of cider vinegar. Reserve the pan juices created by the roast and thicken it over a medium-low heat to the desired consistency.
One recipe for homemade gravy is turkey gravy with pears that features a touch of dark rum. A more traditional gravy recipe is one for homemade sausage gravy.
A good recipe for homemade gravy is Ina Garten's Homemade Gravy available on the Food Network website. You need butter, flour, onions, chicken stock and heavy cream.
FoodNetwork.com publishes a recipe for red-eye gravy as part of a recipe for fried chicken and biscuits with red-eye gravy, romaine slaw and lemon jam. The recipe is from the Food Network show "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives."