Akin Family Giblet Gravy

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To round out the Akin Family Christmas trilogy, we now have the quintessentially Southern giblet gravy. I know words like “gizzard” and “turkey neck” turn some people off, but for real Southerners, they just mean flavor.

This is my Aunt Sylvia’s gravy recipe, and it’s the perfect accompaniment to turkey or oyster dressing. And it’s actually pretty darn good over everything, but people look at you funny if you cover your whole plate in it, so consider yourself warned.

turkey neck, liver, and gizzard
1 boiled egg, chopped
chicken stock
1 large spoonful of dressing
cornstarch

  1. Boil turkey neck, liver and gizzard in chicken stock. Chop.
  2. Add one large spoonful of dressing and the egg and stir until mixed.
  3. Thicken with cornstarch to desired consistency.
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2 responses to “Akin Family Giblet Gravy

  1. Hi there! I noticed that you are using my photo of gravy. If you would like to use that photo, would you please provide attribution next to the photo in the form of a working link to the source recipe on my site? It’s http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/how_to_make_gravy/ Thank you so much for your consideration.

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