Balsamic vinegar gravy

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Balsamic vinegar gravy

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A lot of work to make gravy but the effort is rewarded by the great taste. A little goes a long way!

Paul R Smith
Roast vegetables
Servings:Serves 4 - Makes 284 ml (1/2 pint) of gravy
Calories per serving:28
Ready in:10 minutes
Prep. time:5 minutes
Cook time:5 minutes
Recipe author:Chef
First published:28th October 2012

This recipe will work without a caramelised roasting tray, but it won't be as rich or as tasty. However, it does not have to be a meat roast. Roast vegetables work just as well. The vegetables shown were roasted with lots of garlic and cumin seeds so the resulting gravy had a delicious and unique flavour.


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  1. Add the bouillon powder or cube and the gravy browning to the boiling water and mix well
  2. Remove the vegetables (or meat) from the roasting tray
  3. Place on the hob and turn to high
  4. Splash a good glug of balsamic vinegar onto the tray and with a flat spatula, deglaze the tray, scraping all of the caramelised goodness from the base
  5. Allow to bubble away for 30 seconds
  6. Pour in the stock mixture, stir well and heat until it thickens a little
  7. Strain through a sieve and serve immediately

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