Roast pork gravy is on my list of things to make for my family this holiday season. This rich gravy is packed with flavor and is perfect for your next pork dinner. Oh, another thing! You gonna love that this homemade gravy has only a few simple steps.
Easy Gravy- There are no pork drippings needed in this Southern gravy. Nope, you will make this golden brown gravy from scratch within about 15 minutes! That makes this an easy recipe for special occasions or your favorite pork recipes.
Much Flavor- The simple seasonings play a major hand in how your brown gravy will turn out. Also another great thing about this savory pork gravy is how you can add to or take away from it. Cajun, Italian, or herbs is would be another ideal list of flavor enhancers.
Cooking Process- The entire recipe takes about 10 to 15 minutes. 1-2 minutes alone go to cooking down onions etc. In addition to that, you can also slow cook your gravy. All recipes are based on your desired thickness. So, more flour means more thick gravy.
Gravy definitely can be made from either the leftover drippings from your meal or you can make it completely from scratch. I will teach you how to make it completely from scratch.
Beef Broth- As I mentioned above, you can substitute beef broth for whatever broth you like, such as vegetable or chicken broth.
Onion Gravy- You can sauté a sweet onion to add to your pork gravy drippings. This will give you that Southern gravy taste. Oh, another great addition of good gravy is white wine.
Cajun Gravy- Make your gravy creole style. Add in a ton of Cajun seasoning to make the ultimate Cajun gravy.
You can store this recipe in an airtight container or in a mason jar to have for a later date.
I keep my gravy in the refrigerator for about 3 to 4 days. You can also store the gravy in the freezer for about 3 to 4 months, and it is just as yummy. I have never tried this out, though. Maybe someday I will test that theory.
Yes, you can substitute the beef broth with chicken broth, bouillon cubes, vegetable broth, and even milk. To name a few.
You can add so many ingredients to your gravy to spice it up. For instance, you can add chopped mushrooms, onions, parsley, peppers, and garlic. You name it! Pretty much any ingredients you like can go into gravy. This is why gravy is so near and dear to my family’s heart!!
Add this to baby potatoes, green beans, boneless pork loin roast, pork steaks, pork shoulder, or crock pot pork roast.
Last Updated on October 17, 2023 by Ronalyn Alston | Published: October 13, 2023
October 13, 2023