Gordon Ramsay's turkey gravy is a delicious combination of chopped veggies and turkey meat flavored with dry cider, walnuts, and rosemary. This delicious thick gravy has a smooth texture and is spiced up with seasoning spices. This slow-cooked gravy is super easy to make at home.
Transfer your cooked turkey from the roasting tray to a platter. Drain off most of the fat present in the roasting tray and place it on the hob.
Take out the bacon, onions, and lemons from the bacon and roughly chop them.
Add onions and lemons to the tray. Toss 2 rosemary sprigs and chopped tomatoes in the pan and cook for about 1-2 minutes.
Add turkey wings, parson's nose, and drumstick tips to the pan and fry for a few minutes.
Add dry cider to the pan and bubble it for a few minutes. Add the juices from the turkey resting on the platter and simmer until it reduces to half. Pour in some chicken stock and return to boil. Reduce the heat and crush the vegetables and turkey pieces.
Cook for about 15 to 20 minutes until the liquid reduces by one-third. Take it off from the heat. Now, strain the gravy into a saucepan. Add a rosemary sprig to the pan. Remove from the heat and leave it aside for few minutes to let the flavors infuse.