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Best Ever Gravy


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Ingredients

Best Ever Gravy

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  • 1 tomato, quartered
  • 1 onion, quartered
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 35 g Butter
  • 25-30 g flour
  • 1 Tablespoon TM Stock
  • 500 g water
  • 1 teaspoon of French Mustard
  • 70-80 g cream
  • Salt to Taste
  • Freshly g round Pepper (optional)
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Chop tomato, onion and garlic 4 sec speed 6

    Add stock and water cook 100 8 min speed 4

    Add cream and mustard cook 100 1 min speed 4

    Add salt to taste

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  • Whilst all comments are

    Submitted by Thermomix in Australia on 11. October 2016 - 12:49.

    Whilst all comments are welcomed, it is appreciated that you provide a level of respect and consideration to your fellow cooks.

    Remember, taste buds, like people, are always going to be different. 

     

    Happy cooking!

    Thermomix Head Office

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  • Why didn't I read the

    Submitted by Tozano on 10. October 2016 - 23:00.

    Why didn't I read the comments before I made this!! 

    Unfortunately it looked and tasted like chunder and it ruined a beautiful roast beef. 

    DO NOT TRY - even my dog was giving me filthy looks when I fed it to her 

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  • Worst gravy ever 

    Submitted by cherub11 on 11. August 2016 - 16:09.

    Worst gravy ever 

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  • Sorry but made this last

    Submitted by Thermoman12 on 3. August 2016 - 15:28.

    Sorry but made this last night and it went straight into the bin.

    i should have read the comments first , best ever gravy i think not !!

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  • When do you add in the butter

    Submitted by Shaylee64 on 26. June 2016 - 19:01.

    When do you add in the butter and flour....it's not in the instructions? I made it and it was beautiful...but very thin....then I realised I hadn't added any flour in,,,

    Shaylee

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  • Not good! Hubby's first go at

    Submitted by Jackson02 on 30. June 2015 - 18:47.

    Not good! Hubby's first go at Thermomix and didn't change his mind at all. Have to find something to convince him what a great machine it is.

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  • It tasted nice but I didn't

    Submitted by tm5bonbon on 26. March 2015 - 20:06.

    It tasted nice but I didn't like the yellow colour.

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  • Am sorry, but this is FAR

    Submitted by Jillycoo on 10. May 2014 - 15:00.

    Am sorry, but this is FAR from the best gravy ever!  Some friends had recommended this but it was very disappointing.  Won't be making again!

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  • Terrible! Worst gravy ever

    Submitted by Stefcherry on 8. May 2014 - 18:49.

    Terrible! Worst gravy ever

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  • The recipe instructions are

    Submitted by Lyndathermomix on 27. April 2014 - 21:24.

    The recipe instructions are incomplete - please rectify.

    Lynda Griffin

    Thermomix Consultant

    lyndathermomix@gmail.com

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  • I would have called it

    Submitted by jacqueline_194 on 9. April 2014 - 17:39.

    I would have called it mustard gravy, as the mustard taste was quite strong.  Not a favourite, but worth a try.

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  • Im a little disappointed with

    Submitted by Thermo-lish on 1. February 2014 - 20:20.

    Im a little disappointed with this recipe! Not at all what I expected. Would probably suit a pasta dish, but certainly not something I would add to mash potato or anything like that because it's more of a creamy tomato sweet sauce. But thanks anyway!i

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  • I thought this gravy was ok

    Submitted by bianca83 on 2. January 2014 - 21:49.

    I thought this gravy was ok but personally and I'm sorry I would not call it the best gravy ever. Admitingly I skipped the cream as did not have any , perhaps that's a vital ingredient? 

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  • Not my favourite sorry!

    Submitted by Mjandslater on 26. December 2013 - 22:35.

    Not my favourite sorry! Didn't really taste like gravy! 

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  • A really nice flavour, thanks

    Submitted by Tiffany75 on 23. August 2013 - 23:42.

    A really nice flavour, thanks for sharing :) I followed fissler's instructions too. Would work as a pasta sauce too...the kids wanted to drink it!

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  • Hi Would have been good if

    Submitted by maisey59 on 20. May 2013 - 17:09.

    Hi Would have been good if you added the butter and flour in preparation

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  • Thank you for this recipe!  I

    Submitted by SeraJane on 15. May 2013 - 09:03.

    Thank you for this recipe!  I made this last night and it was delicious - my partner also loved it.  It isn't your typical brown gravy but it is flavoursome and easy to make :)  I copied Fissler and sauted the tomato, onion and garlic too.  Nice aroma! 

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  • I thought the gravy was

    Submitted by gep67 on 8. April 2013 - 19:42.

    I thought the gravy was really good ( and so did the family). It was a good colour ( although I didn't use cream) and very tasty. I did use lots of herbs as I have thyme, rosemary and marjoram in the garden. Thankyou

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  • I made this gravy, I

    Submitted by fissler on 2. April 2013 - 16:02.

    I made this gravy, I relasised that not all the prepartion instructions were there. I sauted the the chopped onion, garlic and tomato 5mins 100c speed 2

    Then added stock,water & flour cooked for the 8mins 100c speed 4

    I also added a tblspoon of Bonox when addding the cream and mustard. 100c 1 min speed 4

    I served mine with liver and Mash potatoes.

    It really was yummy :)

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  • , not nice gravy, sorry. Very

    Submitted by Emma Barnatt on 21. March 2013 - 19:11.

    :~, not nice gravy, sorry. Very disappointed especially as others were raving about it.

     

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  • Sorry but this was the worst

    Submitted by tessabella on 10. February 2013 - 17:43.

    Sorry but this was the worst gravy I have ever tasted. The instructions were incomplete so that made it a bit confusing. I ended up adding balsamic, soy, in fact anything.I Had on hand to make it darker and tastier. 

    Tessabella

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  • Beautiful gravy!!! Loved the

    Submitted by MBrewer on 10. February 2013 - 14:56.

    Beautiful gravy!!! Loved the flavours!! 

    Although we did used the pan juices from the roast instead of the stock and water and we omitted the cream (as didn't have any!) and it was delicious!!!

    thanks for sharing

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  •  We made this last night to

    Submitted by Dougalbrown on 10. July 2012 - 12:26.

     

    We made this last night to have with chops and mashed potatoes, very tasty!

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  • How do e gets it brown? Very

    Submitted by Tamaragav on 10. April 2012 - 20:04.

    How do e gets it brown?

    Very light coloured 

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  • When does the flour go in?  

    Submitted by Diane C on 16. August 2011 - 19:21.

    :) When does the flour go in?

     

      Diane Cooke

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  • I make this gravy using the

    Submitted by Twitterpated on 26. February 2011 - 18:44.

    I make this gravy using the same ingredients/measures but with 1 litre of water with 1-2 tablespoons of the appropriate type of stock paste added. I also add 1 tablespoon each of balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, brown sugar and 20g red wine. Lastly I add the leaves from 2 sprigs of rosemary and the same amount of thyme. You will also need to increase the amount of flour used.  I usually make this early in the day and then reheat when the roast is finished. I then add the meat juices collected from the alfoil I used to wrap the meat while it rests. This recipe is a mix of this one which I found on a thermomix site somewhere and the one in the EDC. Hope you all enjoy.

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  • Sorry Andrea, I add the

    Submitted by Theresa on 10. February 2011 - 20:21.

    Sorry Andrea, I add the butter after I chop the veges 100 2 Mins Speed 1, then the flour 100 1 min speed 1 then go on with recipe.  This is how my gravy came about , I have a daughter who is a vegetarian and a son that looooves roast meat and gravy. I didn't want to make gravy using the pan juices but wanted a tasty gravy, I played around and came up with what we call Best Ever Gravy, this is also nice with BBQs hope you all enjoy it as much as we do.

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  • This recipe looks great - in

    Submitted by opi2kenopi on 9. February 2011 - 17:37.

    This recipe looks great - in fact I'm making it right now to have with a roast :) .  I have noticed however, that butter and flour are mentioned in the ingredients but not in the preparation.

    Andrea

    http://opiefamilyfood.blogspot.com

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  • I am vegetarian and I loved

    Submitted by Lydia on 17. January 2011 - 11:54.

    I am vegetarian and I loved this recipe because you don't need any pan juices from the meat to make the gravy!! Can't wait to try it!!

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  • This sounds and looks

    Submitted by The Bush Gourmand on 14. January 2011 - 17:27.

    This sounds and looks delicious! It would be lovely on crumbed chops or steak.

    Thanks for posting.

    www.bushgourmand.com.au

     

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