Simple, flavorful and delicious homemade pork roast gravy from the leftover pan drippings makes for an amazing sauce for just pennies compared to buying it in the store. This gravy is easy and fast, cooking in less than ten minutes.
In a saucepan melt three tablespoons of butter.
Stir in flour to butter and let brown for one minute, stirring frequently. This creates what's called a roux.
Add pan drippings and any extra broth to butter and flour mixture. Use a whisk to distribute the flour evenly within your liquid to avoid lumps.
Add salt and pepper, tasting your gravy. Add more pepper or salt a little bit at a time to your own taste.
Allow gravy to cook for three to four minutes. Pour into a bowl and enjoy with your dinner!
This recipe makes about a cup and a half of gravy, which equals a serving size of a quarter cup of gravy per person. Our family prefers just a little gravy on our meal. If your family prefers a heavier pour of gravy, I'd recommend doubling the recipe.