Kitchenaid Gravy Separator

Kitchenaid Gravy Separator

Not because you NEED to hold back the fat from your cabernet sauce, but because you need to use it to capture all the glorious fat for your Yorkshire puddings, the Kitchenaid gravy separator catches all the browned bits in a strainer, then lets the jus settle to the bottom while the fat rises to the top. With the measurement guide, you'll know just how much jus to add to your sauce, and just how much fat you've saved.

  • Fat. Ewww. This gadget is perfect for gravy this Thanksgiving. The perforated lid strains out any solid bits, fat rises to the top, and the flavorful broth collects in the base. All in all, it makes your gravy non greasy and even ... Fat. Ewww. This gadget is perfect for gravy this Thanksgiving. The perforated lid strains out any solid bits, fat rises to the top, and the flavorful broth collects in the base. All in all, it makes your gravy non greasy and even more yummy.

  • If you go the way of making gravy directly in the roasting pan over the stovetop, then you need the Cuisinart Flat Whisk to 1) scrape up the browned bits from the bottom and 2) whisk the flour or cornstarch into the hot liquid to ... If you go the way of making gravy directly in the roasting pan over the stovetop, then you need the Cuisinart Flat Whisk to 1) scrape up the browned bits from the bottom and 2) whisk the flour or cornstarch into the hot liquid to thicken the gravy.

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