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    Oxo cubes or gravy granules?

    Had a look online and haven't had much success, so can anyone point me in the right direction?

    I am in Khon Kaen and would prefer a shop that i could order directly from.

    Cheers

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    For proper gravy, neither. Juices from the meat, caramelised onions and garlic, plain flour and water from boiled veg or potatoes. Yum.

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    I have an English mate that imports a lot of these type of products and condiments direct from the UK.

    If your interested PM me your exact requirements and e-mail address and I can pass it on to him.

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    ^ thanks Loy Toy.

    PM sent.

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    Cherm chim in udon thani, sorry dont have an address for them but near nongsim park

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    Quote Originally Posted by benbaaa View Post
    For proper gravy, neither. Juices from the meat, caramelised onions and garlic, plain flour and water from boiled veg or potatoes. Yum.
    + OXO

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    Quote Originally Posted by benbaaa
    For proper gravy, neither. Juices from the meat, caramelised onions and garlic, plain flour and water from boiled veg or potatoes. Yum.
    Bingo.. The only way. Just make up stock and freeze it.

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    Gravy is for faggots.



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    My daughter would agree with you. According to her its the most essential spice or condiment that exists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benbaaa View Post
    For proper gravy, neither. Juices from the meat, caramelised onions and garlic, plain flour and water from boiled veg or potatoes. Yum.
    Exactly.
    Sauces and gravies are not difficult to make from scratch.
    And the end result is obviously superior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Gravy is for faggots.


    Whatta cop-out...
    I believe the Americans and English [and relations] might be the only folks that find it necessary to smother everything in ketchup/catsup/tomato sauce.

    No imagination whatsoever....

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    Ketchup - the healthy and colourful alternative to dead cow juice.

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    Make from scratch, easier than you think.

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    Thanks for the 2 useful replies I know i can make gravy myself but it gets a bit f...ing hot here and the last thing i want to do is make some extra gravy.

    The website: Welcome to Chern Chim Quality Foods! - Chern Chim Quality Foods

    Has an amazing range of food from the UK, i will be using them for sure.

    Cheers fellow TD members.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thungsongsausage
    Thanks for the 2 useful replies
    You're welcome.

    Hope you enjoy the ketchup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benbaaa View Post
    For proper gravy, neither. Juices from the meat, caramelised onions and garlic, plain flour and water from boiled veg or potatoes. Yum.
    I too love caramelized onions, but they take a long time and you have to keep stirring them. Then a lady showed me this.
    About 10 minutes prep.

    Crockpot Caramelized Onions Recipes - Slow Cooker Side Dish Recipes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notnow View Post

    but they take a long time

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    Cook Time: 9 hours

    is that a short time?

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    I've seen withnall vandalizing his repasts with ketchup, it isn't for the faint hearted, especially when the bottle's finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat View Post
    Make from scratch, easier than you think.
    Kechup or gravy

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