Discover four simple ways to make mouthwatering gluten free gravies and sauces.
I love whipping up delicious gravies and sauces to elevate the flavors of a meal.
Unfortunately, many canned gravies and gravy mixes contain gluten since flour is often used to thicken gravies. But when you make your gravy at home, you have complete control over the ingredients.
Today, I’m sharing two of my favorite homemade gluten free gravy recipes, a recipe for Italian gravy, and a new Mediterranean salsa recipe. I’ve written out each recipe with step by step tips. You won’t be able to mess these up even if you try!
There you go. Which one will you make first?
And if you have any questions, please reach out to me in the comments or shoot me an email and I’ll respond ASAP!
More recipes cooked in their own unique gluten free gravies or sauces
1. This amazing slow cooker pot roast is definitely one of my favorites. It simmers in its own rich aux jus gravy.
2. I show you how to make a beautiful red wine sauce in this recipe for easy beef short ribs (includes step by step cooking video!).
3. Cooked on your stove-top using gluten-free ingredients, Swedish meatballs result in soft tasty meatballs smothered in the most delicious creamy gravy.
4. If dairy agrees with you, then you must taste this low-carb recipe. One-pan chicken Alfredo is that perfect easy meal with creamy deliciousness in every forkful.
5. I show you how to make a restaurant-quality gluten free stir fry sauce in this easy to make chicken and broccoli. It’s ready in 30 minutes.
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Susan Dusterhoft says
I’ve never liked gravy. There’s just something about covering up my food that I don’t like. I need to see what I am eating, and if I can’t identify it, I won’t eat it. So glad your family is making up for my not liking it! Nice recipes!
Thanks for visiting, Susan. I hope you will take a look at my recipe index for quick links to all my recipes. Many don’t have gravy 🙂
Brenda Case says
I have to admit I know nothing about gluten-free foods. But I do know gravy. I like gravy. I like gravy a LOT! I am going to have to try your gravy recipe just to give it a shot!
Thanks for sharing!
Hi, Brenda, When I found out that 1/2 my family had non-celiac gluten sensitivity, I was determined to adapt our favorite meals with tasty gluten-free substitutes. It wasn’t easy. Gluten-free bread would fall apart, turn gummy in your mouth or you found yourself chewing on something akin to shoe leather. The pasta would crumble and fall apart. But, by trial and error we’ve found some good ingredients.
A lot of people who don’t necessarily have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity have found that a gluten-free diet is good for what ails them. (Dry skin and eczema for example can be due to wheat allergies)
Even if you don’t have to eat gluten-free, you can definitely follow these gravy recipes. I hope you enjoy them A LOT!
Thanks for visiting.