We don't need to sell y'all on gravy. This shit sells itself. Gravy is king of the holiday foods but great year-round on biscuits with some wilted greens. If you're lazy, just pour it on some toast. You can add gravy to just about anything and it's an upgrade. Pour some gravy on your resume. Pour it on your marriage. Try some gravy on your President. INSTANT UPGRADE. IT'S ALL GRAVY BABY.
In a small saucepan, warm up the oil over a medium heat. Add the shallot and let that sauté until it looks kinda golden, about 3-5 minutes. Stir in the mushrooms and salt and keep sautéing until the mushrooms release a bunch of liquid and start to shrink down, about another 3 minutes.
Whisk in the flour and herbs until the whole mixture starts to look like chunks of playdough. Let it kinda brown a little like this, like 2 more minutes, then whisk in the black pepper and Braggs. It’s gonna look a little weird right now, don’t stress. Now SLOWLY whisk in the veggie broth, using just a bit at a time so that the sauce stays as smooth as you. *wink*
Once the broth is all added, keep stirring the sauce over a low heat until it starts to thicken up and ya know, look like gravy. This should take another 3 minutes. Once you get it to where you like it taste and see if it needs anything else. Serve right away, best over biscuits but dope on pretty much everything.
*No shallot? Use a ¼ cup of onion instead
We have a biscuit recipe in our first cookbook on page 17 SO GO BAKE UP A BATCH OF DELICIOUSNESS.