gravy with dry cider

i want to make gordan ramsay gravy and it calls for 1 litre of dry cider and i dont know what that is or where to get it.

  • Posted by: Shane
  • November 17, 2018
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Smaug
Smaug November 17, 2018

Why do you want to make that? Never mind, none of my business- one would assume he means a not too sweet cider, perhaps one made with Granny Smiths or other tart apples. Whether he means hard cider or not I couldn't say, but that would be an awful lot of alcohol for gravy.

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Nancy
Nancy November 17, 2018

Shane - check your recipe. Other versions of for that cider-walnut gravy say 1 cup (8 oz) or 1 bottle (which is often 12-16 oz) cider, not 1 liter (34 oz).

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Shane
Shane November 17, 2018

1 litre good-quality dry cider it says on his website https://www.gordonramsay.com/gr/recipes/turkey-gravy-with-cider-and-walnuts/

Nancy
Nancy November 18, 2018

Yes, his site says 1 litre, and has a couple of instructions to reduce, first by half, then by a third. My sources for his recipe using 1 cup and 1 bottle. Shane, your choice, of course, and the flavors DO sound good. Hope it's delicious...
https://www.thespruceeats.com/cider-turkey-gravy-2314002
https://www.youtube.com...

Jennifer
Jennifer November 17, 2018

Yes, he means hard cider (adult beverage, not kid beverage). Dry, as in, not sweet. No opinion on quantity... Good luck!

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