I tried to follow a recipe to make gravy, but I made a critical error. I continued to add corn starch to the pan while failing to keep the heat on. When I saw that the gravy was too watery, I continued to add corn starch. When I tasted it, I realized it tasted like corn starch. Then I began to heat it, and I saw the corn starch expand and thicken, absorbing all the liquid turkey drippings.
So now I have a pot full of clumped corn starch which absorbed turkey drippings. What can I do with this?
I was thinking to simply use it in future dishes, such as pea or okra stews.