Melissa's StoryI don't particularly care for roast beef, but my family loves it;so, sometimes I have to make it. Now, what I do like is roast beef sandwiches. But, the kicker is that I have to have beef gravy on mine. So, here's my recipe for getting a really rich beef gravy out of your beef broth. You can use canned broth if your roast doesn't make enough.
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1Melt butter in your sauce pan, then add the flour. Whisk the flour for about 1 minute until the flour is "cooked".
2Slowly add the beef broth and stir often for about 8-10 minutes. *Stirring is the key to lump less gravy.