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Nobody out there can make better giblet gravy than my grandma.
However, today, we are going to try. This recipe for giblet gravy is seriously something to rave about. I tasted it during a family Thanksgiving dinner last year (we have several) and it was unlike any other that I ever had. I mean, granted, granny’s gravy was still the best but this stuff came in at a close second. Perhaps, I’m just biased 🙂
I know this recipe appears to have a lot of steps but trust me, they are quick to maneuver and they aren’t that hard. You’ll be so glad that you invested the time in making this giblet gravy once you taste its heavenly goodness on your turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes. Shoot, my uncle Rick probably puts the stuff on his pumpkin pie, too!
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Quick Tip: You should be prepared to add more broth, so have extra on hand!