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Turkey Giblet Gravy

3 hrs to make • Makes 2 3/4 cups

Meat

1 Turkey backbone
1 Turkey neck

Produce

1 Bay leaf
1 Carrot, medium
1 stalk Celery
1 Onion, small
1 sprig Rosemary, fresh
1 tsp Rosemary, fresh
1 tsp Sage, fresh
2 sprigs Thyme, fresh
1/2 tsp Thyme, fresh

Baking & Spices

1 tbsp All-purpose flour
1/4 tsp Black pepper, freshly ground
1 1/4 tsp Kosher salt
1 tsp Peppercorns, whole black
1 tbsp Potato starch

Oils & Vinegars

1 tbsp Canola oil

Liquids

6 cups Water

Other

1 set Giblets, reserved from turkey
  • Sarah Conkwright

    Turkey Giblet Gravy Recipe (we're frying the turkey so we won't have drippings)

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