Welcome all! Papa G here. Today I present
low carbohydrate gravy. Finally, you can enjoy turkey, chicken and
beef with gravy and not worry about the carbohydrates. This low carbohydrate gravy recipe offers the same, if not better, flavor than its high carb, flour based counterparts – at a
fraction of the carbohydrates. Let’s get started. We’ll be making a chicken gravy here, but
with only a couple of small ingredient changes, the base recipe works for turkey
as well as beef. Run an onion over a grater until you have about three
tablespoons of onion puree. This will give us the onion flavor we want while
keeping our gravy creamy. For our chicken gravy spice blend, we’ll that 1/2 a
teaspoon of garlic powder; some salt; a little black pepper; about 1/2 a teaspoon
of xanthan gum; some sage dried thyme; and we’ll finish with a little poultry
seasoning. Blend well to combine. To a small sauce pot on medium high heat, add
four tablespoons of unsalted butter; add our grated onions and let that cook for
a minute or two. Add our spice blend and cook for about three minutes or until it
just becomes a golden color. Add two cups of chicken stock and mix well. Now stir
in some heavy cream. For color and additional flavoring, add a
browning sauce. Most people are familiar with Kitchen Bouquet, but
there’s always options out there. Here’s one that offers only a third of the
carbs and adds no additional sodium, which helps you control the amount in
the recipe. Reduce the heat to medium-low and let the gravy reduce and thicken,
stirring occasionally. This may take about 10 to 15 minutes.
Once it reaches your desired thickness, remove from the heat. You can store the
gravy in an airtight container in the refrigerator for later use, or serve it
hot over your favorite chicken or turkey dinner. Substitute beef stock, tarragon
and rosemary and you have an awesome low carbohydrate beef gravy! Any way you decide to
make it, you won’t be disappointed! There you have it folks! My low carbohydrate
gravy recipe; a savory and delicious low carbohydrate option for your dinner table. I
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