Knorr Onion Gravy Pots

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Knorr have launched a new range of gravy pots. All you need to do with them is pour the contents of a pot into a saucepan and add 280ml of warm water (half from a boiled kettle and half from the cold tap), heat it up stirring continuously, then let it boil for a minute.

The packaging states one pot will serve 4, but if you’re a gravy guzzler like me, then it’ll be more like two and a half people. I had in mind to freeze any that was left over but after The Meat Eater and I had taken the amount we wanted, there wasn’t enough to save. Still, if you take your gravy in a more moderate manner, you could probably squeeze three portions out of it.

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We tried the Knorr Onion Gravy Pots (ignore the bit on the website where it says Knorr Onion Gravy Pots are made with slowly simmered meat juices; they’re not – they’re vegetarian) and despite it having a surprisingly thin consistency, it was full of flavour and went brilliantly with the Linda McCartney Deep Country Pies, mash and green beans I served it with.

For more information on the Knorr Gravy Pots and other Knorr products, visit their website.

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4 comments

  1. I love them. Great for meat eaters and veggies alike. But they’ve suddenly disappeared off our selves. Any idea why? Or nor importantly will they ever come back?

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