(HealthDay News) -- Gravy makes a savory addition to your favorite holiday foods, but it can pack a lot of unhealthy fat.
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics suggests how to cut the fat in your gravies and soups:
Use a spoon with a wide mouth to skim fat from meat and poultry juices.
When making soups, stews, broth and chili, refrigerate before serving and remove the fat that solidifies on top.
To speed up solidifying the fat, place a few ice cubes in a broth, soup or gravy and remove the hardened fat that accumulates near the ice.