Gluten Free Gravy
Gluten Free Gravy
Gravy recipes usually have three essential elements - flour, stock and some sort of fat or juice. Making gluten free gravy usually involves using a gluten free flour and some sort of thickening agent to help give the gravy body.
You can make organic gluten free gravy by purchasing a packet mix of orgran gluten free gravy which will give you a rich tasty gravy that will thicken nicely or you can choose to make your own gluten free gravy using a particular gluten free flour.
Gluten free gravy recipe
Being on a gluten free diet doesn't necessarily mean that you have to have a boring colorless diet. Gluten free biscuits and gravy is every bit the treat that biscuits and gravy lovers enjoy.
Here is how to make gluten gravy using a gluten free flour - orgran gluten free flour. which makes the perfect substitute for wheat-based flour. It is made from a combination of rice flour, and tapioca starch. It can be swapped on a 1:1 basis for wheat flour in many recipes and additionally it has the added benefits of being gluten, egg, dairy, soy and nuts free. Orgran gluten free flour is also vegan and Kosher..
20 grams of butter
A touch of thyme - 3 fresh sprigs or alternatively ½ a teaspoon of ground thyme
2 Tablespoons of Orgran gluten free flour
Crushed garlic according to taste (½ a tablespoon is probably enough)
Salt and Pepper
Either 3 tablespoons of cooked meat juices or one and a half cups of a suitable stock (typically beef, chicken or vegetable)
1 ½ cups of hot water
A thickening agent - 2 teaspoons of corn starch mixed into a quarter of a cup of cold water works well.
1. If you have fresh thyme and garlic it's time to finely chop them.
2. Then add the thyme and butter to the pan and cook on medium heat until the butter has completely melted.
3. Add the orgran flour and stir to combine.
4. Then add the chopped garlic and salt and pepper
5. Then pour in the meat drippings(or the food stock) and 1 ½ cups hot water
6. Then let the mixture simmer for between six and eight minutes, stirring regularly to stop gravy getting stuck to the pan.
7. If you need to change the texture of the gravy, you can thicken it by adding :two tablespoons of cornstarch dissolved in ¼ cup cold water. Alternatively the gravy is too thick you can add more hot water to achieve the desired thickness.
8. You can strain the gravy to remove the thyme pieces if you like.
Where to buy Gluten Free Gravy
If you have been looking for the best gluten free gravy product on the market you will discover that the Buy Organics Online website has a range of gluten free products that will suit your needs whether you choose the premade option or want to make it yourself. Choose the best gluten free gravies and flours from Buy Organics online today.