Instant Pot Gravy – Corrie Cooks

Instant Pot Gravy is the best side dish for holidays. You can easily add taste and flavor to just about anything by adding some homemade gravy!

With a cook time of fewer than 10 minutes, you’ll never want to cook gravy any other way.

Once again, the Instant Pot proves that its ability to cook just about anything can’t be topped!

This gravy recipe is creamy and delicious, and full of flavor – without a ton of work! It’s a fun and simple way to create the perfect side dish to pair with just about anything that you could want.

Why this recipe works

This gravy recipe works because you only need 5 ingredients to make it. Forget about gathering up a bunch of things that you don’t need, and just plan on making this. It couldn’t be easier to make homemade gravy.

  • It has a versatile flavor that pairs with any dish
  • It’s a simple way to make gravy for the holidays
  • You can make it in a super short amount of time.

Recipe Video

Recipe Ingredients

ingredients to make instant pot gravy

Butter – I like to use unsalted butter here because I’m adding in more salt as needed.

Flour – This helps to thicken it up to get that gravy texture.

Chicken broth – You can also use Instant Pot Bone Broth as well.

Salt – To taste.

Pepper – To taste.

How to make Instant Pot Gravy

All you need are simple ingredients so gather them up to get started! I wear, this is the easiest way to make gravy.

Step One: Grab the Instant Pot and hit the saute button for 5 minutes on high. Add the butter and the flour and stir with a wooden spoon until it’s melted and mixed.

Instant Pot Thanksgiving Gravy

Step Two: Pour in the chicken broth and stir.

Instant Pot Thanksgiving Gravy

Step Three: Add the salt and pepper. Stir.

Instant Pot Thanksgiving Gravy

Step Four: Let it simmer for a short while so that it thickens.

Instant Pot Thanksgiving Gravy

Serve over crispy cooked Bacon chunks or anything else that you’d like! The options are truly endless!

Instant Pot Thanksgiving Gravy

Variations

Change up the seasonings – You can easily add in garlic powder, onion powder, or even some minced garlic as well.

Use a different type of stock – I like using chicken stock, but vegetable stock is another great option.

Recipe Notes

  • If the gravy is too thin, you can easily thicken it up by adding in a small amount of cornstarch. Just add, stir, let it simmer, and then serve or add some more to thicken it even more.
  • Make sure that you’re stirring the flour when it’s in the Instant Pot as you don’t want it to burn. Use a wooden spoon to stir so that you don’t scrape up the inner pot.

How to serve

You can literally pair gravy with just about anything that you want! Some of my favorite pairings are:

You can also just scoop it and pour it over homemade bread or bread rolls as well. I love dipping my bread rolls into the leftover gravy.

FAQs

Can you freeze homemade gravy?

Yes, you can freeze homemade gravy. You just need to make sure that you let it cool down all the way and then store it in a freezer-safe bag. It should stay good in the freezer for up to 3 months.

How do I thin out gravy that is too thick?

The best way to thin thick gravy is to add in more broth. You can also use milk as well.

What is the best way to reheat leftover gravy?

The easiest way to reheat gravy is to warm it up in the microwave. Make sure that you stir it after you heat it so that there aren’t any hot spots hiding.

Why is my gravy lumpy?

If you don’t store the gravy well when you add the flour, there’s a chance that you’ll have lumps in your gravy. Stirring is the best way to prevent this.

Instant Pot Side Dish Recipes

Do you love side dishes like I do? Here are some other easy Instant Pot recipes that I think you’ll love.

Instant Pot Thanksgiving Recipes

Just because gravy reminds me of the holidays, here are my top Thanksgiving Day recipes that you should have on your cooking radar as well.

Turkey pieces with gravy on top on a blue plate with dripped gravy
  • Grab the Instant Pot and hit the saute button for 5 minutes on high. Add the butter and the flour and stir with a wooden spoon until it’s melted and mixed.

  • Pour in the chicken broth and stir.

  • Add the salt and pepper. Stir.

  • Let it simmer for a short while so that it thickens.

Calories: 52kcal Carbohydrates: 3g Protein: 1g Fat: 4g Saturated Fat: 3g Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g Monnounsaturated Fat: 1g Trans Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 11mg Sodium: 689mg Potassium: 56mg Fiber: 1g Sugar: 1g Vitamin A: 134IU Vitamin C: 4mg Calcium: 7mg Iron: 1mg

  • If the gravy is too thin, you can easily thicken it up by adding in a small amount of cornstarch. Just add, stir, let it simmer, and then serve or add some more to thicken it even more.
  • Make sure that you’re stirring the flour when it’s in the Instant Pot as you don’t want it to burn. Use a wooden spoon to stir so that you don’t scrape up the inner pot.

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