This recipe is so easy. You just collect the drippings from the bottom of the pan from where you cooked your Turkey and put it in a saucepan. If you like to have one constant consistency, blend it up in a Bullet first.
Heat the drippings over medium-high heat.
Mix together the arrowroot and cold water (or chicken stock) and stir until incorporated. Slowly add this slurry to the drippings while stirring. You can add a little at a time until the desired texture is achieved. (The arrowroot will not change the flavor, but will thicken the drippings into gravy)
If you like a little more spiced gravy, add the bundles of spices, turn the heat down to medium, and let cook for another 5 minutes – then remove what’s left of the sprigs (or strain) and serve!
Goes perfectly with your Thanksgiving feast
*Optional: one sprig Rosemary and one sprig of Thyme