I used 2 cups of turkey drippings, as I had lots. I did use 1/4 cup of the flour, plus another 1/8 cup. I added 1 tsp. of knorr chicken bouillon, that was it. When you add the flour with the drippings make sure it is not to hot or it will clump. Just whisk it together as mentioned. I did not wait for my gravy to turn brown just had it simmer, while mixing. It did thicken quite well, and was brown from the get go due to the merlot I guess.I made a very tasty turkey thus the gravy recipe was perfect. I brined my turkey for 12 hours then used a whole bottle of Merlot during the entire baking time, I even injected the legs and breast meat with the wine.
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I used 2 cups of turkey drippings, as I had lots. I did use 1/4 cup of the flour, plus another...