Tried this a few years/Thanksgivings back and it was a hit! My Mother-in-law especially loved it & after trying the first few bites (this is after the entire family had been sitting at the dinner table for a while) she said she enjoyed it so much that she needed more. She went back to the kitchen for a second helping, then shortly thereafter she wanted a third & this time she brings the entire pot off the stove & places it directly on the dinner table & then everyone joined in & scraped the bowl! It is honestly that good & obviously a very impressive dish! It can be very versatile, you can adjust the amount of broth, etc to your liking & try different things with it. Since finding this gem we have made some minor changes, altering it making an easier version of a traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinner that can be used all year long & you don't have to bake an entire Turkey to enjoy it! And you can make it even more easily & save time by using a crock pot! Just buy turkey breasts & bake or boil them. Then after making this gravy recipe transfer it to a crock pot. Debone & "shred" (we actually leave it in big chunks) the turkey & add it to the crock pot. Let it simmer & mix together while you make cornbread dressing to go with it. Then there you have it, the traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinner with out all the fuss! I'd say this is the best & most used recipe I've found online! Recommended highly! Thanks 4 posting!
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Tried this a few years/Thanksgivings back and it was a hit! My Mother-in-law especially loved...