30 Oct Healthy Gravy Recipes With Bone Broth
Thanksgiving is not always an easy holiday. For some of us, it may be perceived as a day of cooking chaos, traffic, and stress.
One thing’s for sure. It is a day of hot ovens, crowded dinner tables, and family. Thanksgiving can be a hard day to manage. It takes strength and cooking can be quite difficult.
But, every year is a chance to open your home for your loved ones, and share your family traditions, even create new ones.
This year is your chance to incorporate bone broth in your cooking, especially when it comes to preparing the best gravy.
Bone broth can be seen as the perfect gravy component.
This is because its composition can improve the gravy’s texture without adding unhealthy condiments. Using Broth By Design’s Bone Broth prepared with water, or using the bone broth powder to create the best gravy this season is the hack you need for the holiday cookings!
Preparing Gravy With Bone Broth
Flavorless, thin gravy, gummy gravy, or too-salty gravy is just unacceptable. Good and healthy gravy is what you are after here. Making it is a process that sits at the heart of preparing Thanksgiving perfectly.
So how to do it?
For preparing a healthy gravy, you must forget the oil drippings left at the bottom of your frying pan. The addition of bone broth can help you create a rich flavor, without the added fat.
Also, you should always believe in your cooking skills. Even if it is your first thanksgiving preparing dinner, don’t panic. Work slowly and patiently.
And if you are still asking yourself why broth. We must say that bone broth is absolutely essential to Thanksgiving success. You can use it for gravy, to moisturize dry dressing, or to heat sliced turkey meat just before you bring it to the table to serve.
Coconut Milk Gravy
Coconut milk is a white, milky substance derived from coconuts. It can help health in various ways, such as by helping with weight loss and reducing cholesterol.
In one study, people who used coconut milk more often, had lower bad cholesterol, while their good cholesterol increased.
As a result, coconut milk has grown its popularity in the healthcare community and as an alternative to regular milk, which makes it perfect for preparing delicious recipes.
1 1/2 cups of thick coconut milk
1 cup light coconut milk
1 small onion
2-3 green chilies
1 tablespoon cumin seeds
2-3 fresh tomatoes
ginger and garlic paste
2 sachets of Bone Broth by Design ready
Mix the ginger and garlic paste with the bone broth powder and then cook them without water.
In a pan mix the light coconut milk, with the cut onions. Add in the green chilies, and the peeled and cut tomatoes with the cumin seeds and bring everything to boil.
When the milk dries add thick coconut milk and cook for a few minutes. Season to taste and enjoy this gravy with chicken or rice.
Easy Made Bone Broth Gravy
3 tbs of butter
5 tbs of white rice flour
1 cup of Bone Broth by Design ready
Pinch of marjoram or oregano
Salt and pepper to taste
Soften the butter in a pot, then add in the flour, and mix everything with a whisk to blend. Then, add the bone broth and the seasoning and simmer everything while stirring until the mixture thickens.
Spicy Chicken Gravy
2 lbs of cut chicken
6-7 red chilies
2 medium-sized onions
2 sachets of Bone Broth by Design Ready
a little bit of Tumeric powder
Salt and pepper to taste
Put the onion, ginger, garlic, coriander leaves, chilies, and the cinnamon stick and grind in a bowl and grind them together. Grind the tomatoes separately.
In a cooker put a little oil and fry onions till golden brown, then add the sachets of bone broth. Once it is done add tomatoes and stir for 5-6 minutes. To this mixture add coriander powder, turmeric powder, lemon, and salt.
In the end, add the chicken pieces and cook for 25 minutes.
Wrapping Things Up
The Broth by Design Bone Broth you add to the mixture of flour, over the course of just a few minutes, will thicken into the gravy, making it smooth and rich.
These are basic gravy recipes. Later, you can try more complex recipes, you can mix and match ingredients and techniques to serve your tastes or interests.
Gravy is served in warm bowls or gravy boats. If you are making everything ahead of time, you may cover the result and put it in the fridge, and heat it back into perfection before serving.