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Jazzed-Up Gravy

"When there's no time to make gravy, or you run out of gravy to serve with leftovers, try this lifesaver that makes the most of prepared gravy. You can replace the thyme with poultry seasoning when using chicken or turkey gravy."
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15 m servings
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  1. In a small saucepan, saute onion, thyme and pepper in butter for 3 minutes. Stir in gravy. Reduce heat; cover and cook for 5 minutes or until heated through.

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Most helpful positive review

Just finished using this gravy recipe for my thanksgiving dinner. Absolutely WONDERFUL. The onions made this recipe!

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This was good, but nothing really special. The jarred stuff tastes just fine without it, but adding these ingredients does give it a little bit more of a homemade taste.

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This was good, but nothing really special. The jarred stuff tastes just fine without it, but adding these ingredients does give it a little bit more of a homemade taste.

Just finished using this gravy recipe for my thanksgiving dinner. Absolutely WONDERFUL. The onions made this recipe!

This was a good basic start. I used this for thanksgiving with a mushroom gravy as I am vegetarian and was looking for more than the regular canned stuff. For Christmas I decided to add a few mo...

Very easy and much better than a jar alone. I like that you can make it ahead of time. Will make it again and make more of it.

I used this recipe for thanksgiving dinner. It went over really well.

This gravy was great! I used it for my first Thanksgiving dinner and it was a hit! Thank you!

Really good but a little chunky. I would put the onions in a blender for more than a few rounds.

I made this the day before, next time I'll double the recipe, it went quickly

I jazzed this up a little more by adding celery when I sauteed the onions and a can of chicken broth to make it go farther. I also added flour to thicken it up once I added the chicken broth. Al...

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