22 Feb 2015
February 22, 2015

How To Make Your Own KFC Style Gravy


Here’s a great Copycat recipe! It really tastes just like KFC’s!

4 tbsp. butter or shortening
5 tbsp. flour
1/4 tsp. sage – OPTIONAL
1/4 tsp. garlic powder
1/4 tsp. black pepper
1 beef boullion cube
1 chicken boullion cube
2 cups water

1/8 Tsp. Accent Flavor Enhancer

Boil the water and add bouillon cubes; stir until dissolved. Set aside.
Add flour, sage, garlic powder and black pepper in small bowl. Mix and set aside.
Add butter in saucepan over low heat; heat until butter is melted, stirring as needed.
Add flour mixture to melted butter, stirring constantly.
Cook until it takes on a golden brown color.
Slowly pour the bouillon water to the flour/butter mixture. Stir or whisk constantly to prevent lumps.
Turn the heat up to medium and continue cooking until you have a creamy, pourable gravy sauce.
Serve while hot.

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7 Responses to How To Make Your Own KFC Style Gravy
  1. I used to work for KFC and often made the gravy. This recipe is missing one significant ingredient. However, I’m definitely going to make it to see if it tastes the same even without it.

    • Thank you for the comment. I re-posted this recipe someone else had put on Facebook. After some research, I found the ingredient that seemed to be missing was Accent Flavor Enhancer. It has been added to the blog and I hope the gravy turns out as expected for people. I do not always get a chance to try out recipes but someday I hope to get around to this one.

  2. Well this was fantastic! Next time I’ll use low sodium boullion cubes, we love our salt in this house but this was just a bit much. And I’ve learned a new technique for making super smooth gravy! A cooked roux is so easy! 🙂 Thanks.

  3. Worked great! I left out the MSG and it was just fine. Going to be making a lot more mashed potatoes from now on…

    • Glad it worked for you. I am going to have to try it myself next time I need a gravy.

  4. Use Chicken broth and beef broth for a superior gravy. The beef and chicken bullion only have beef and chicken fat.


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