What to do with my gravy lake?

(4 Posts)
TickledOnion Wed 24-Jun-15 21:33:08

I made some chicken stew (just chicken legs with veg, lebanese spice mix and stock from a cube). For some reason there was a huge amount of thin stock/gravy. I think it's because I normally coat the chicken in seasoned flour to brown first but I couldn't be bothered this time.
I've liquidised all the veg into it to thicken it up and get more veg into the DCs that they wouldn't normally eat. I've portioned it up with a generous portion of gravy on each but there is still tonnes of gravy left.
Could I get away with serving it as soup? I think my DCs would like it and it's got the veg in. Or is that a bit weird?

princessvikki Thu 25-Jun-15 12:46:09

Go for it, of its healthy and the children will eat it why not. I would its a Little odd maybe but it's better than wasting it. Maybe cook a bit of chicken and chop it up and mix it in and and a few cooked potatoes so it like a broth

Turquoiseblue Thu 25-Jun-15 13:09:18

You can also freeze gravy (in silicone baking trays works well then transfer to freezer bags) and use on a day when kids are refusing dinner grin

piebald Thu 25-Jun-15 19:05:08

I always freeze odd bits of gravy and add them to other things i am cooking

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