Turkey Gravy Reheat Instructions:

Southern Style Gravy Reheat Instructions

Revel in the lingering warmth of homemade flavors with our Southern Style Gravy Reheat Instructions. Reviving the essence of your favorite holiday meal, these guidelines ensure a seamless reheating process while accommodating the nuances of various stove types.

Recognizing the individuality of each stove’s heating pace, these instructions prioritize precision and adaptability, guiding you through a straightforward method to bring your gravy back to its delectable, pourable state.


Keep in mind that these instructions are guidelines only. Every stove is different and may cook at a rate faster or slower than the appliances used in developing these instructions. Gas stoves will reheat faster than an electric stove top.

If reheating more than one side at a time, please allow for an additional 30-60 minutes of cook time. Reheated product should reach an internal temperature of 165°F.


  1. Take your gravy out of the refrigerator and stir it with a spoon to break up any gelled parts.
  2. Transfer the gravy into a saucepan or a skillet on the stove.
  3. Heat the gravy over low heat, stirring or whisking constantly to avoid lumps and ensure even heating.
  4. You can add some chicken stock or water if needed.
  5. Your gravy is ready to enjoy when it is heated through until steaming and has reached a pourable consistency.