White Gravy. WOW. Grew up on this. Don't eat it much now since my growing days are supposed to be over.
OK, you floury tasters, COOK the flour. Flour tastes just like flour. Does bread taste like flour? No. Because the flour has been cooked. The author noted to cook the rue for 10 minutes. If you taste flour, you didn't cook it for 10 minutes. I don't use as much flour, so I don't cook it for 10 minutes. Adding the milk it is just a look thing. The rue just looks like it is ready for milk. One thing you can do is cut down of the flour, cook the rue, and then cook the gravy on simmer longer. The water in the milk will evaporate, helping the gravy thicken.
While you stir (and not burn the gravy), you are supposed to sing Bringing in the Sheaves twice, and then the gravy should be perfect.... According to Granny.
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White Gravy. WOW. Grew up on this. Don't eat it much now since my growing days are supposed...