Northampton Chef, Adam Church’s 'best gravy ever' made using Saxby’s Original and Plum Cider
Thank you to Adam Church, chef and co-owner of Bread and Pullet British Tapas restaurant in Northampton, for this amazing recipe for gravy. A delicious addition to your Sunday (or even Christmas) lunch, or serve with individual Yorkshire Puddings as Adam does in his restaurant.
Bread and Pullet Saxby’s Cider Gravy
6 white onions, finely sliced
2 bottles Saxby’s Original Cider
2 bottles of Saxby’s Plum Cider (gives a nice sweetness and richness)
1 sprig thyme
1.5 litres beef or veal stock (can be bought from a farm shop, we make our own)
1 tbsp redcurrant jelly
- In a heavy based deep pan, sweat off the onions in 2 tbsp of oil, until soft and translucent for about 20 minutes.
- Stir in the thyme.
- Add all the Saxby’s Cider.
- Reduce the cider and onions by half.
- Add the stock again reduce by 1/3.
- When the gravy is reduced and shiny, stir in the red currant jelly and then you’re left with the best gravy ever!
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