What can i do with leftover gravy?

So… We roasted a 22 pound turkey for 4 people. We have leftovers. I’m freezing the meat for future curry.

I have about a quart of tasty gravy. What can i do with it?

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Add it to soup or turkey pot pie for more flavor.

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Oxymoron :nauseated_face:

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Gravy is the best part of Thanksgiving dinner.

I don’t get it. My spouse thinks gravy is a food group. I can’t stand it.

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Whenever I get KFC, I always decline the “gravy”. :unamused:

You can freeze it. add it later to soups or other dishes. Consistency may change a bit when you reuse it, but it will taste just as good.

I think “leftover gravy” is the oxymoron. Mmm!

maybe it should be called “future gravy”

pour it into ice cube trays. Freeze.

remove to zip lock

that way you can use as much or little as you want without defrosting the whole thing

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Thanks, this looks like the winning suggestion. I rarely make gravy. I like gravy. I suppose I can nuke some turkey gravy to go with roast chicken in the future.

I used to hate gravy. Turns out I had just never had good gravy. My parents only really made gravy from a packet. My wife’s family makes it from scratch. It took me a few years of marriage before finally trying my wife’s gravy (I was of the opinion I didn’t like gravy). I finally tried it once, and it tasted really good!

I still don’t love a ton of gravy, and sometimes I won’t use it, but I’m no longer of the opinion that I don’t like gravy. I like good homemade gravy.

I don’t generally enjoy commercial gravy. Mine is thinner (less flour) and much more intensely flavored than the stuff you can buy.

This time, we didn’t forget the gravy…