I don’t use my pressure cooker for the stars of the show on Thanksgiving - the turkey, mashed potatoes, or stuffing. That doesn’t mean I don’t use my pressure cooker - it’s one of my key supporting players, making squash, sweet potatoes, and most important: giblet broth for my giblet gravy.
I was pressure cooking this recipe back before there were Instant Pots; you can see my massive Kuhn Rikon stovetop cooker in the pictures. That cooker is gathering dust - it served me well, but the convenience of electric pressure cookers made it harder and harder to pull down from the shelf.
Recipe: Pressure Cooker Giblet Gravy
Pressure Cooker Turkey Giblet Gravy [Link]
What do you think?
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Just wanted to say thank-you for this recipe. I've been using it since you originally posted all those years ago. It is pretty much bulletproof, an astounding time-saver compared to conventional gravy recipes, and consistently produces the best gravy my family and I have ever eaten. I recommend it constantly.
In Britain, we call what you've labelled the Butt the Parson's Nose (and we put three "L's" in "labelled" 🙂 ).
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