Thanksgiving Gravy: Help Me Fix My Corn Starch Disaster

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.

Best Vegetable in the World: Mulukhiya (Jute Leaf Stew)

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MLUKHIYA (Jute Leaf Stew)


Jute is barely known in the U.S., but in the Middle East and North Africa mlukhiya is a staple food for peasants and wealthy alike. We had it with lamb, but mlukhiya stew can also be cooked with chicken. It is usually eaten with rice.

Courtesy of Imm Ehab