This is the perfect way to make all kinds of gravy. You can make half of this recipe or you can double or triple to make more. You can add whatever kinds of spices you like and serve over meats, biscuits or whenever you need a gravy. This recipe works every time. Click here for many biscuit recipes!
2 cups liquid such as chicken or beef broth, milk, water or tomato juice
4 tablespoons flour (you can use all purpose or self rising)
4 tablespoons oil, bacon drippings, sausage drippings or butter, etc.
Heat the oil or drippings in a skillet on top of the stove. Stir in the flour to make a roux, cooking and stirring until browned and all the flour is incorporated. Add the 2 cups of liquid, salt and pepper or any spices you are using and bring to a boil while continually stirring. It only takes a minute or two until it thickens. Cook to desired consistency. Makes 2 cups of gravy.
Note: You can use water or milk and the drippings where you browned meat to make a brown gravy to serve over fried pork chops, steak, etc. You can use tomato juice to make tomato gravy. I used bacon drippings to make the gravy in the photo. I cooked the bacon to get the drippings and then crumbled into and on top of the gravy.
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