Friday, December 09, 2011

Master the Meal w/ GravyMaster

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I love to cook.  I can usually look at a recipe and pretty much tell what it's going to taste like before I even try it.  Sometimes I know that it would be even better if I add a little of this or a little of that.  Other times, though, I can make something, and even though I know it needs something, I don't know exactly what that something is.  I've got a cupboard full of spices, but picking the right one isn't  always that easy.  Chili is one of those things that I'm never sure about.  Chili Powder and, what?

I found this recipe for Chili Stuffed Potatoes that looks really good:
Chili Stuffed Potatoes
The recipe uses canned chili, which I don't usually buy, but it gave me an idea - add GravyMaster to my chili.  Just looking at the name GravyMaster, I would have thought it was just for gravy - but the folks who make GravyMaster are trying to get the word out that it's not just for gravy.  Sure it's good for gravy.  In fact, cooks have been using it to make great gravies since 1935!  But it's also good for caramelizing vegetables & meats or locking in juices while grilling meats, fish or vegetables, and it's a wonderful addition to sauces or marinades.  This may be just what I need for those times when I'm not sure just what to add.  I think I'll start with the chili!  It's definitely time for a big pot of chili.

GravyMaster contains a carefully concentrated blend of celery, onion, parsley, garlic, caramel, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, apple cider vinegar, salt and pure cane sugar.  NO chemical preservatives, artificial color, flavors or additives are ever used - so I won't feel like I'm adding anything to my food that I shouldn't.

There are several recipes on the GravyMaster website to get us started using GravyMaster and being able to Master the meal - which is where I found the recipe for the Chili Stuffed Potatoes.  Check out the recipes and let me know which ones look good to you or what else you'd use GravyMaster for.  Don't have GravyMaster in your cupboard (like me)?  It's available at most grocery stores, in the aisle with the gravies, or you canorder it from the GravyMaster website.

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1 comment:

  1. The more I look at this recipe, the more I'm thinking it should be Chili Stuffed Sweet Potatoes! What do you think?


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