Recipe by Janice
"Delicious vegan gravy! This is great to make biscuits and gravy or for Thanksgiving over mashed potatoes. Pareve margarine is Kosher margarine, it can be bought at most grocery stores."
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This gravy was great. I used real onion instead of onion powder and vegetable boullion instead of vegetable broth and it worked out fine. I had a problem with the flour clumping so I'd recommend sifting it first. All in all it was fabulous!
This gravy wasn't what I was looking for. It tasted too flour-y, and I'm not sure why. I did add mushrooms which gave it a bit of interest.
This was excellent. Instead of adding the flour as directed I put the required amount plus extra and shook it in a jar with cold water, really well. Then slowly added the flour mixture to the hot gravy, stirring slowly. It thickened up nicely. Also your not supposed to boil miso so I added after it had boiled. I added kelp as well because miso and kelp combined remove radiation out of the body. Enjoy.
The only difficulty that I had was in making it thick. And I can't cook at all. I made this with mashed potatoes (as the main dish) for 11 people. About 3/4 really like the gravy (which is pretty darn good with this group.) All in all, very worth making, just be prepared to let it sit for a while to thicken, and never really get that thick. Also, be sure you like miso.
This turned out to be easy as promised and pretty tasty. I had to adapt this recipe since I don't have miso paste and I am not sure what that is. I added some corn starch in it's place to ensure the gravy woulf thicken. I added some garlic and onion spices to give it great flavor.
This gravy is easy and delicious; a meat-eater would never know this was vegan.
though i made a smaller quantity, this gravy came out really really well. nice and thick. very miso-y though.. and therefore quite salty.
I liked it! It's a good way to use up the last of the miso. I didn't have onion powder, but I sauteed some spring onions before adding the flour. I used 1 beef bouillon and 2 sodium-free vegetable bouillon cubes for the broth, and found it to be salty enough.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 16
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