Brown Gravy Recipe

If you like beautiful brown gravy you will love this receipe. Use all purpose flour or self rising it does not matter. In a small sauce pan measure out the amount of flour you will need and turn the burner on low. (Keep a close eye on it not to burn!) Stir constantly until flour has a nice light to medium brown color. I like to sift it to ensure no lumps.


Pour the flour into a large measuring bowl, add very hot water and stir making sure there are no lumps. You will find that it smells like chocolate. Pour the mixture into your meat essence, and season to taste.

You will have really dark brown gravy that your whole family will love, and you did not get it from a can. Enjoy!

By Carla

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March 14, 20050 found this helpful

I am a southern cook and I make white gravy with evaporated milk that is delicious; I make a roux of flour and oil or pan drippings, stir with whisk until cooked for about 2-3 minutes or light brown; add evaporated milk (1 can) and water until consistency is to your liking. Serve over hot biscuits, rice, mashed potatoes or meat.

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By Matt G (Guest Post)
November 26, 20080 found this helpful

Wow, thanks a lot. I'm in Peru so it's kind of hard to make a lot of good classic food that my mom made.


This recipe has easy instructions and easy to find ingredients, and it tastes great to boot!

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