Uploaded by Elli on April 10, 2021 at 1:21 pm
How to Make Vegetarian Gravy (Without Stock or Drippings)
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I need to make this! This is how a real cook makes gravy!!
thank u 🙂
I'm going to try your recipe, thanks a million.
I'm vegetarian so thanks for that
lmao. i like this guy. so much EMPHASIS 😀
Don't forget to dump the veggies in the compost bin!
It's actually easier to make than typical gravy
Chef Thank You For This !!! ,,, But,,, I don't know what you're thinking here… The Butter is Dairy,,, not on a vegetarians list … You should have used a Heart Healthy Fat in the form of a neutral tasting Organic "Coconut Oil" as a replacement and as the real deal … Peace and Good Will to Everyone …
Thanks. Good recipie and good technique.
I just made it, tried it, and didn't like it at all
I have lived "traditional" heavy before curing or meat from my diet, so I will very soon try this. As a super simple, rather light and still delicious meal just boil some frozen peas in slightly salted water and add some butter after pouring of the water. Serve with either a simple polenta or mashed potatoes and a gravy 🙂 Love this recipe, I am eager to give it a go!
Now just exchange butter with some coconut milk and leave the vegetables in an you actually have a cruelty free, very satisfying meal!
I just made the gravy and it taste wunderful.
Thank you. I'll try this using vegetable stock in place of water.
It's too complicated for a kitchen destroyer like me
Try.. what do you have to lose, an hour or so and a few dollars worth of ingredients 🙂
now that looks tasty. ive just recently bevome a vegetarian so im looking for great ideas like these. thanks for posting
technically not a gravy because gravy is classified as a pan sauce and to be a gravy pan drippings are REQUIRED. it's more of a modified espagnole sauce except water is used instead of brown beef/veal stock. I feel like this sauce would be better with a brown vegetable stock made with roasted mirepoix and leeks as opposed to water, which serves no function in terms of adding flavor.
i love it when saveur features vegetarian recipes!
i don't know if i should try this recipe or not… it looks kind of cheesy and unrealistic….:P
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