When I got McCormick Brown Gravy Mix I intended to use it for a quick fix with dinner. Making the Brown Gravy was so simple, Gradually add 1 [one] cup of water to the Gluten free Brown Gravy mix with a whisk into a small saucepan. Stir while heating over medium heat, boil, reduce heat, simmer 3 to 4 minutes and remove from heat. It get thicker as it sets. Excellent. Very rich and full of flavor. This will yield 1 [one] cup of gravy. Then just serve as is. I really liked how easy the Brown Gravy mix is, it tasted so great, and all I added was a sprinkle of black pepper to taste. Not too salty and just the right amount of seasonings. Made my beef and potatoes just perfect. I wanted to try it again, only this time I actually used it as a seasoning for my roast, carrots and potatoes dish. Oh my goodness. It really just made all of the difference in the dinner and brought out the flavors so much. My family has made me promise to keep using the McCormick Brown Gravy Mix, and to keep experimenting with all of my dishes with the Brown Gravy for all of my beef, potato, and other vegetable dishes. In addition to the great taste, it is Gluten free, so I do not have to worry about it bothering my sensitive digestive system. Just a really handy, quick and great tasting and easy Brown Gravy mix and seasoning additive.
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- Made with McCormick herbs and spices
- Gluten-Free Certified by the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness
- No MSG
- No artificial flavors or colors added
- Expertly blended spices offer quick, delicious meals
Ingredients: Corn Starch, Corn Maltodextrin, Salt, Hydrolyzed Soy and Corn Protein, Onion, Modified Palm Oil, Sugar, Caramel Color, Potassium Chloride, Yeast Extract, Corn Syrup Solids, Xanthan Gum, Garlic, Sodium Caseinate (Milk),Disodium Inosinate and Disodium Guanylate! (Flavor Enhancers), Natural Flavor, and Spices (Including White Pepper, and Celery Seed).
Instructions: You Will Need 1 pkg. McCormick Gluten-Free Gravy Mix 1 cup water Directions 1. Stir water gradually into Gravy Mix with whisk in small saucepan. 2. Stirring frequently, cook on medium heat until gravy comes to boil. Reduce heat and simmer 3 to 4 minutes. (Gravy will thicken upon standing). Serve over beef or mashed potatoes. Microwave Directions: Stir water into Gravy Mix in 1-1/2 quart microwavable bowl. Microwave on high 2 to 3 minutes or until thickened, stirring after each minute. Microwave ovens vary; cook time is approximate.
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love this gravy
There are so many meals this gravy can be used in. I like to mix this dry gravy packet in with one can of cream of mushroom soup and one can of mushrooms to make a very thick and creamy gravy. This packet only calls for a little water. Tastes really good made either way. Throw it in hamburgers or meatloaf for added flavor. Gluten free tastes to me just like the original packet does. No difference in taste. Goes good in the slow cooker as well for the busy family on the run as life gets busy. Kid friendly. A nice pantry staple to have on hand.
Perfect gravy every time
Is there anything better than mashed potatoes and gravy? It's the perfect comfort food. I can't make gravy like grandma used to make and to be honest grandma's gravy usually had lumps. Grandma used flour to thicken her gravy, now you can have a healthier gluten free choice and you won't be able to tell the difference, thanks to McCormick we can have perfect gravy any time. This is a rich thick bold meaty tasting gravy that does not disappoint and the best part is, it's ready in 5 minutes. I keep several varieties of McCormick gravy mixes in my pantry all the time, it's great to jazz up left overs. It's versatile enough to use on many different meals. It's a life saver for last minute company or even when you just want a quick fast tasty meal. It's fantastic on mashed potatoes of course but it has so many more uses. I like to serve it with meatloaf, roast beef, fried potatoes, french fries, open faced sandwiches so it soaks up in the bread and each mouthful is a flavor sensation. OK, I really like bread with roast beef on top smothered in gravy. One of my favorite quick fix meals is cooking up some egg noodles, take meatballs out of the freezer and heat them up with the noodles while I make the gravy then just mix it all together. Sometimes I get a craving for beef stew and I cheat by using canned beef or left over beef, canned carrots and potatoes all mixed together with McCormick gravy, it's delicious, fast and easy. I can get a couple of meals out of it. This is a lifesaver for big holiday meals, you get what you get with homemade gravy and it's not usually enough but a packet or two of McCormick gravy mix and you have all the extra gravy you need. It mixes up really well, cooks fast and comes out smooth as silk. You can't go wrong with choosing McCormick.
McCormick Gluten-Free Brown Gravy Mix
In using McCormick Brown Gravy Mix I first dice my red onion, bell pepper, and green onion put in a saute pan with olive oil, sprinkle a little Tony Seasoning and saute for a few mins, then I stir while adding 1/2 cup of water and 1/2 pack of McCormick Brown Gravy Mix, cook for a few minutes, then stir in the remaining 1/2 cup of water and McCormick Brown Gravy Mix. Add a touch of flour to thicken it a little. Yummy!
The McCormick Gluten Free Brown Gravy was very shocking to the taste. I was shocked because it was gluten free and still provided great flavor. I added it to the top of creamed potatoes and turkey and my family loved it. I highly recommend this product, especially to those who are gluten free. I am highly satisfied and I will be purchasing this product in the near future at my love Walmart. It is easy to prepare and it can be prepared in the microwave. I viewed on the internet that this product can be purchased in the pack of 12 and the price is very reasonable. I have no complaints for the gluten free gravy.
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