How Do You Make Gravy From A Crock Pot Roast?
Gravy goes well with many dishes, such as roast and vegetables cooked in a crock pot. If you thought making gravy from the broth of crock pot roast was difficult, think again. The process for cooking this type of thickened sauce is simple and quick. You could always use a package of dry mix; however, homemade is much better tasting. For the finishing touch on a delicious meal, add roast broth gravy. Place the roast and any vegetables from the crock pot onto a plate. Dip out 2 cups of the broth left in the slow cooker and pour it into a saucepan. Let the liquid cool slightly so the fat will rise to the surface. You do not have to remove the fat, but many prefer to skim it off the top and discard it. Add the flour and cold water to a bowl and stir with a whisk until you have a smooth mixture. Heat the meat broth on high until boiling. Next, pour the flour mixture into the saucepan and stir continuously until the gravy has thickened, usually between 1 to 2 minutes. Add salt and pepper to