This easy vegan mushroom gravy features caramelized mushrooms and a little Tamari for depth of flavor, making it good enough to serve to your meat-eating guests, too.
I don't know about you, but it seems there can never be enough gravy. Well, the good thing about this vegan mushroom gravy recipe is that it has no added fat and you can feel guiltless about eating it! The perfect topping to your fluffy mashed potatoes or stuffing.
This recipe is easy to make and you can leave out the mushrooms if you like it better that way. That's what I'll be doing for this Thanksgiving's meal which is right around the corner. The addition of tomato paste and a strong red wine help develop the richness and color of this gravy without added fat.
I love serving this for Thanksgiving, and all winter long. I particularly love serving this beautiful gravy over some roasted potatoes or fluffy cauliflower mash, and sometimes just use it as a base to my cream of mushroom soup (add link). The variety of fresh mushrooms and fresh fragrant herbs in this gravy are what creates a dynamic sauce that’s layered in flavors.
Here are some recipes you can add this gravy to:
Serve with a stuffed tofu/seitan dish string bean casserole, and a fresh cranberry sauce, and you have yourself a comforting Thanksgiving meal your family will cherish in their hearts for a lifetime.
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