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A mixture of rosemary, thyme, and sage adds a punch of flavor to traditional gravy.
Mix sausage, roasted red sweet peppers, and parsley into your turkey gravy for a bit of Italian flair.
Tip: For easy handling, halve sweet peppers lengthwise -- then remove stems, seeds, and membranes.
Tip: Stir onions continuously as they are caramelizing to prevent sticking and burning.
A combination of crunchy cashews, fresh mangoes, and chili-garlic sauce gives gravy an expected -- but delicious -- tropical touch.
Tip: To properly cut a mango, use a sharp knife and slice through the fruit right next to the seed. Once you've cut away the fruit around the seed, remove the peel, and slice, chop, or puree the mango.
For a taste of the Mediterranean, stir lemon zest, capers, and olive oil into your gravy.
Mushrooms add meaty texture to turkey gravy; try shiitakes mixed with a bit of cream and dried sweet peppers.
Tip: For best results, clean fresh mushrooms by wiping them with a barely damp cloth or paper towel. Never soak them in water -- they'll become soggy.
Tip: Try this gravy with our Bistro Thanksgiving Menu -- ideal for those who crave tradition with a twist.
Tip: To slice and dice onions like a pro, watch this helpful video (link below).
Tip: It's a snap to roast pumpkin seeds to perfection; for a quick and easy recipe, see below.
Tip: To learn how to handle hot peppers -- without getting burned -- watch our expert video.
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