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Old 4th November 2011, 13:58   #1 (permalink)
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advice on gravvy making(in turkey)

My turkish wife loves to spoil me with a roast with all the trimmings from time to time but she just hasnt mastered the gravvy. As a man who used to cook back in the uk i always used bisto granules so i cant advise her so if anybody has any advice please tell!
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Re: advice on gravvy making(in turkey)

This is the recipe I used when I ran out of Bisto!

How to Make Gravy - Homemade Gravy Recipe | Cheap Meals For Your Family


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Re: advice on gravvy making(in turkey)

does it make brown gravvy? last weekend the gravvy on chicken looked a bit like orange puree?--she gets her receipes offline!
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Lol, not dark brown but it does look like gravy.
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Re: advice on gravvy making(in turkey)

Advice on gravvy? Spell it with one "v"!
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Re: advice on gravvy making(in turkey)

Using the cooking juices of roasted meat add 2 dessert spoons Flour & make a roux then slowly add the vegetable cooking waters to the rosting tin or Frying pan... IF you have a Beef Sock cube (assuming your making Beef Gravy) sprinkle on the Liquid in pan & to make it extra brown in a spoon over a Gas flame caramelise sugar!!! My Mum used to do that during the war.... My self I blitz an onion & garlic in the Blender to a puree & add at the initial stages before adding the flour!!! If too thin use Cornflour water mixture if too thick add more Vegetable water GOOD LUCK
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İ find the longer i live in Turkey the worse my spelling is getting!-i just dont get reading matter that 'grabs' my attention! i used to read lots of novels which i could curl up with but my supply has been curtailed! When i am using the net i have about a dozen things on the go and i cant give it my fullest attention!--thank you for the graVy
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İ find the longer i live in Turkey the worse my spelling is getting!-i just dont get reading matter that 'grabs' my attention! i used to read lots of novels which i could curl up with but my supply has been curtailed! When i am using the net i have about a dozen things on the go and i cant give it my fullest attention!--thank you for the graVy
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Re: advice on gravvy making(in turkey)

Hi de1amo, if there is a METRO anywhere near you then you can get BISTO there.
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Re: advice on gravvy making(in turkey)

I go to our local pork shop and buy Bisto, I think you can also get it in Kipa.
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