How Do You Make Pan Gravy Using Pan Drippings?
Who doesn’t love the tasty addition of homemade pan gravy made fresh from pan drippings of their favorite roasted meats? This pan gravy recipe is easy to follow and will make a great addition to your other pan gravy recipes! Pour your ¼ cup of pan drippings into a deep skillet and place over Medium to Medium-Hi heat for approximately 1 minute. Using a fork break up any lumps in your flour and whisk into your pan drippings until it becomes a light golden brown in color – approximately 1 ½ to 2 minutes. Now whisk in your 2 cups of stock or broth, whisking continuously until your pan gravy boils and starts to thicken. Reduce heat to a simmer and stir occasionally for a few more minutes. You can now whisk into your pan gravy both the salt and pepper for added seasoning, if needed. If your homemade pan gravy recipe appears too lumpy you can use a sieve to strain out the lumps, if so desired. This usually only becomes a problem when making pan gravy if your flour is lumpy when you mix it int
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