Started by: priscus (inactive)

Does anyone have a technique for making a very small quantity? Say a tablespoon full, as an amount just to suit a plated meal.

I know that to freeze it in small portions is probably best, but I'm currently bowt a freezer, so I thought I'd trawl for alternatives.

Started: 3rd Apr 2017 at 22:52

Posted by: momac (12047) 

Would be a bit difficult to make a tablespoonful priscus,would it not be
better for you just to use gravy granules.

Replied: 3rd Apr 2017 at 23:22

Posted by: priscus (inactive)

Never used gravy granules. Do they make an acceptable gravy?

Replied: 3rd Apr 2017 at 23:38

Posted by: momac (12047) 

Yes not bad at all..just follow the instructions well...if you only want a
tablespoonful they should suit you...but don't it says on the label
it must be boiling water would need a quarter of a pint to two heaped
teaspoons of granules...have a go.

Replied: 4th Apr 2017 at 07:41

Posted by: priscus (inactive)

Thanks, will give it a whirl next time I shop.

Replied: 4th Apr 2017 at 11:00

Posted by: momac (12047) 

Priscus,There's different varieties..get the Bisto one..there's veggie
granules and onion granules or beef.

Replied: 4th Apr 2017 at 11:10

Posted by: priscus (inactive)

Will do, thanks once again.

Replied: 4th Apr 2017 at 11:18

Posted by: kathpressey (5485) 

i use gravy granules.I just put some in the bottom of a small jug and pour on boiling water and stir. if it's too thick it's easy to add more water but if it's too thin and you add more granules it doesn't work

Replied: 10th Apr 2017 at 08:41


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