How To Make Gravy Without Flour?

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Ever had a craving for gravy but was out of flour? A good substitute for flour that can be used to make a thin gravy is ground, masa harina, cornmeal. It’s made from corn, a grain native to Mexico. Simply put a couple of heaped teaspoons of it into a saucepan and simmer with a bit of stock, water or broth and butter or margarine, and you’ll be able to make a thick, nutritious, savory gravy in no time.


You know, I’ve been making gravy without flour for so long that I don’t even remember when it started. But this isn’t some secret or well-kept family recipe. It’s actually something that my mother-in-law taught me and it is pretty easy. The key is to use a good quality stock and have the kind of ingredients that work best. I’ve also heard that you can substitute a couple of tablespoons of beef bouillon for the liquid, if you’re not going to use any vegetables. If you’re not a fan of white potatoes, you can use fingerling or baby potatoes. And, if you want to substitute a different vegetable for the potatoes, then go for it!


I’ve mentioned many times before, that gravy is a key component of any great tasting meal. Gravy is a very common side dish, and can be a favorite part of many dishes. It also can be a difficult part to make. Making good gravy is often a matter of trial and error, as there are so many different flavors and ways to make it. However, there is a much easier way to make gravy. Gravy is often made with flour, which many of us don’t care for. However, there are many different types of foods that can be used instead of flour. Here is a list of some of the best replacement ingredients for flour, and how they are used:

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I’ve never been a fan of gravy, it seems to make your food overly rich. However, I do enjoy a good gravy with my meals. My mom recently sent me this recipe that uses coconut milk as a substitute for the regular milk. While I haven’t had a chance to try it, it seems as though it would be good.

How to make gravy without flour?

If you don’t have flour on hand, there are plenty of healthy alternatives to make gravy. Milk, butter, water, or an egg can all be used to make a gravy without flour. The first step is to combine milk or water with butter, milk or water with a flour substitute such as tapioca starch, potato starch or cornstarch. Mix the water or milk with the flour substitute until it thickens. Then add seasonings such as salt, sugar, garlic, onion powder, spices, and herbs. Pour the gravy over your favorite meat and enjoy!


If you are looking for a healthier alternative to flour, consider using lentils or buckwheat in your gravy. These plant-based foods are high in fiber, iron, and other nutrients. If you are making your own gravy from scratch, do not use a pre-mixed gravy powder. When your gravy is thicker than you want it, add a little bit of water. You can also use almond milk or plain Greek yogurt in your gravy.

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