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How to make gravy

Meat sauce - a great way to make everyday meals whipped up a delicious and nutritious. It can be made from any meat, and the addition of cream, herbs and spices makes the gravy into a full meal with sauce, ideal for any side dishes.

How to make gravy

You will need:

500 g pork tenderloin; 1 onion; 1 carrot; 300 g of Brussels sprouts; 1 bunch of greens; 250 ml of cream (30%); Article 1.5. l. flour; Article 2.5. l. vegetable oils; 2 tbsp. l. butter; garlic salt pepper.

Instruction how to make gravy

Step 1:

Rinse the pork tenderloin in cold running water and pat dry with paper towels and cut into small pieces. Take a small cast iron kettle or pan, pour in the bottom of 0.5-1 tablespoon of vegetable oil, heat and lightly fry the pork.

Step 2:

Wash, peel the carrots and onion, chop finely, heat a frying pan 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil, pour the onion, fry until light golden brown, do not forget to stir. Add the carrots and cook vegetables until tender.

Step 3:

Wash and pat dry Brussels sprouts, cut off her damaged parts, if any. Extinguish it with a small amount of vegetable oil to make it soft, but has not lost form (to half). If kochanchiki large, then cut each into two or four parts.

Step 4:

Melt in a separate frying pan 2 tablespoons butter, sprinkle in 1.5 tablespoons of sifted flour and cook it over medium heat, stirring constantly, until it is golden brown and uniform consistency.

Step 5:

Add the fried flour 250 milliliters of cream 20-30% fat, and cook, stirring, until the sauce thickens. Make sure that the flour is not formed lumps. Remove the pan from the heat.

Step 6:

Wash and dry greens, finely chop it, stir in cream sauce, while it is still hot and close the pan lid. The sauce should protomai 10-15 minutes. When it has cooled down a bit and make a warm, pour it into a deep bowl and lightly beat with a blender. The taste you can add garlic, salt, pepper or other spices.

Step 7:

Pour the sauce to the meat, add the roasted carrots and onions, salt, pepper, add spices to taste, mix well and put the pan on a small fire. Put gravy on Brussels sprouts, mix gently to avoid damaging kochanchiki, and simmer until tender.