This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of GravyMaster. All opinions are 100% mine.
GravyMaster isn’t just for gravy. Before you go thinking this is all about meat or turkey or something.
You can use it for caramelizing vegetables, or to add to marinades and sauces.
And, yes you can use for locking in juices while grilling meat, chicken or fish.
History of GravyMaster
Gravymaster® was introduced in 1935. Made of ingredients ranging from pure cane sugar to herbs and spices, Gravymaster, originally promoted as a browning and seasoning sauce for gravies, used the sugar left behind from rock candy production as part of its ingredient list.
In just a short time Gravymaster became a staple in the home cook’s kitchen. From Maine to Florida, gravies weren’t complete without adding the Gravymaster.
Instead of having the same routine meal, this holiday season, try something different….Master the meal with GravyMaster.
I’m thinking about giving this a try on some roasted onion, garlic, potatoes and beans.
If you run out of ideas, you can check out their free recipe section
Check out these ingredients:
caramelized sugar, caramel color, water, hydrolyzed soy and corn protein, apple cider vinegar, salt and spices (onion, celery, parsley and garlic). CONTAINS NO MEAT
Question of the day:
What are you going to make for your holiday dinner?