The other day, I had a rotisseried chicken breast, stuffing, gravy, scalloped potatoes and mixed veggies for dinner.
But when I made the gravy, I accidentally put too much chicken base in it, making it very unbearably salty!! I was trying to water it down in a desparate attempt to make it lass salty, but it seemed even SALTIER!!
So I was unhappily STUCK with it! But later in the week, I thought of a very brilliant idea on how to use it up and get rid of it without using any additional salt!!! I was cooking some shaved steak with onions, bell peppers and celery.
When it was all done, instead of putting in the usual seasonings, I just added the salty gravy to it and let it cook a little more until the meat was a little tender, and Bang!!! The meat was perfectly seasoned with no added salt!! Had just enough salt to season the meat without it being overly salted!!!
I DID adjust the seasonings in the end, but NO ADDITIONAL SALT WAS NEEDED, so I lucked out and took terrible advantage of the use of the leftover salty gravy!!
So if this ever happens to you, you can improvise on you next meal by using the unbearably salty gravy to your advantage in something else to make the meal perfectly seasoned with no additional salt needed!!