Onion Gravy

The basic recipe for Onion Gravy can then be added to any number of dishes. Or you can try a recipe such as Cowboy Chuck Roast with Onion Gravy for a full main dish perked up by onion gravy, which is traditionally made with stock and wine as well as onions.

See Popular Onion Gravy Recipes

Onion-Thyme Gravy

Better Homes and Gardens

This delicious low-calorie gravy goes great with many turkey breast recipes.

Vegetable-Puree Gravy

Better Homes and Gardens

Make the wine-flavored gravy extra delicious: Scrape up flavorful browned bits from the roasting pan and use some of the drippings. Stir together the cornstarch and chilled wine until smooth before adding to the liquids in the roasting pan.

Onion and Mushroom Gravy

Diabetic Living

The combination of dried and fresh mushrooms gives this fat-free gravy a captivating nutty flavor that blends well with chicken or turkey.

Total: 25 mins

Cilantro-Lemon Marinated Turkey

Better Homes and Gardens

Try turkey breast flavored with citrus and cilantro for a tasty variation of the traditional bird.

Turkey With Pan Gravy

Family Circle

Roast Turkey with Sage, Onions, and Giblet Gravy

Ladies' Home Journal

Pick your favorite Riesling to make the gravy in this turkey recipe. Serve it at your holiday dinner and expect rave reviews.

Total: 4 hrs 30 mins

Swedish Meatballs

Learn how to make meatballs that stick together while staying moist. You??ll have flavorful meatballs every time with this Swedish meatball recipe.

Five Great Gravy Recipes

Great gravy can take your Thanksgiving feast to new heights--there's something undeniably decadent about drenching your turkey slices and pillowy mashed potatoes in a pool of rich, silky sauce. But many cooks struggle with this part of thanksgiving, turning out thin, light gravies that lack flavor and depth. So how do you make the gravy of your dreams? Pay attention to the building blocks.

How to Make Swedish Meatballs

These swedish meatballs are a healthier dinner option as they use lean ground beef and fat free half-and-half to lower the fat content. Serve as an appetizer or pair with noodles for a delicious dinner.

How to Make Chicken-Fried Steak with Gravy

Want to know how to make chicken-fried steak and gravy with less fat and salt? We skip the deep frying, but flavorful country gravy makes up for the loss.

How to Make Chicken and Dumplings

There's a reason that knowing how to make chicken and dumplings is a point of pride among Southerners -- the dish has its own star on the comfort-food walk of fame!

How to Cook a Pot Roast in the Oven

Knowing how to cook a pot roast in the oven lets you spend more with your family during a Sunday supper, and less time in the kitchen.

Perfect Gravy: What's The Secret?

Once upon a time, there was a commercial for jarred gravy that threw my sister Sarah and me into hysterics every time we saw it. These kids are sitting at a table peering into a gravy boat, then they suddenly shriek, "There's something in the gravy!" Everyone springs into action, frantically repeating that there's something in the gravy, until finally the fire department arrives, flashlights in hand, to peer into the offending homemade goo and investigate those lumps. I couldn't find it online. I even called Heinz. The best I could do is this one, which is equally funny,read more

Mustard: Pantry Power

My husband, David, is from Kansas City, where they put mustard on their hamburgers. Bad! I use it in recipes.

How to Make the Best-Ever Roast Beef

Learn how to make this best ever roast beef recipe that provides enough gravy to be used on side dishes.

Saucy Ground Beef and Noodles: 30-Minute Meal

It's winter. We need hearty fare, like Saucy Ground Beef and Noodles, the kind of casserole that will leave everybody at the table with a warm glow after experiencing such a satisfying meal. But can you accomplish that without having to spend all day in the kitchen. Yes, because our Saucy Ground Beef and Noodles takes only 30 minutes from start to finish. And what do you get? Not some sling-it-on-the-table hash that nobody's going to like but a delicious crowd-pleasing casserole made with lean ground beef, onion and bell peppers, and a tomato-laden sauce or simple marinara.read more

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