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Throwback Thursday: Pressure Cooker Giblet Gravy

Pressure Cooker Giblet Gravy

Pressure Cooker Giblet Gravy

Throwback Recipe Link: Pressure Cooker Turkey Giblet Gravy

Pressure Cooker Giblet Gravy is one of my evergreen recipes. I pull it up every Thanksgiving. Or, should I say, about now – the week before Thanksgiving. One of my Thanksgiving Dinner strategies is making gravy ahead of time.

Thanksgiving dinner is as much about logistics as it is cooking. I make this recipe early in the week of Thanksgiving – I take the giblets out of the bird when I dry brine it, then move on to making the gravy in my pressure cooker. It’s a relief to have the gravy ready to go a few days ahead of time – that makes for one less thing to juggle on the big day.

Check out the recipe here: Pressure Cooker Turkey Giblet Gravy

What do you think?

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Hi! I’m Mike Vrobel. I’m a dad and an enthusiastic home cook; an indie cookbook author and food blogger with a day job, a patient spouse, and three kids who would rather have hamburgers for dinner.


  1. This is so convenient to make the gravy base ahead and add the drippings after cooking the turkey. No more standing at the stove waiting for the gravy to thicken while everyone waits impatiently to eat the Thanksgiving meal.3 Thank-you!

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