How do you make gravy with cornflower? ?
- .Lv 79 months agoFavorite Answer
Corn flower is a thickener that you add to gravy if it requires thickening.
- sheloves_dabluesLv 79 months ago
Do you mean cornstarch? I wouldn't use corn starch to make gravy.. But you make a slurry with water and then add it to your pan juices.
- deniseLv 79 months ago
You use the cornflour to 'thicken' the gravy.
- CliveLv 79 months ago
You don't. The word you want is cornflour.
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- ckngbbblsLv 79 months ago
By corn flour do you also call it corn starch?
Generally a recipe or formula will be right on the package.
- Anonymous9 months ago
you can't make corn flour from gravy or the other way around
- myfavouritelucyLv 79 months ago
cornFLOUR is a thickener, you can't make gravy JUST with cornFLOUR.... and learn to spell
- RobinLv 79 months ago
i dont use cornflower .................
- Nikki PLv 79 months ago
I make a slurry with about 2 Tablespoons of corn flour (aka cornstarch) and water. I add that to the pan drippings and juices and maybe a bit of broth if necessary.
- SCATTY cLv 69 months ago
Do you mean - corn flower - the blue wild flower common in England
or do you mean - corn FLOUR which is used to thicken sauces in gravy / casseroles
Either way, the easiest thing to do is use a gravy powder