Step 5: Pour into gravy bowl and enjoy
If you're making a flour based gravy, be sure to cook your sauce long enough so that you can no longer taste the raw flower in your gravy. This is less of an issue with cornstarch, but still something to watch out for. Taste test the gravy from time to time - you'll easily notice when the flour or cornstarch is done cooking. If you taste a powdery flavor in your mouth, it's not done yet.
Pour the gravy into a gravy boat or bowl and enjoy with your favorite roasted animals.
** Special restaurant tip discovered from comments to this Instructable **
Place a small pad of butter on top of the gravy if you're not going to serve it immediately. The butter will melt and prevent a skin from forming on the gravy, a usual occurrence when gravy is allowed to stand for a bit. It also adds good flavor.
- Thanks to heheheha for the expert tip.