Stove Top and Slow Cooker Instructions
Homemade chicken stock tastes a lot better than even the best store-bought broths! With a chicken carcass, some vegetables, and a little time, you can have the makings of a great soup.
This quick and easy Homemade Chicken Stock recipe uses a cooked rotisserie chicken to save time and effort. Using a purchased supermarket rotisserie chicken is a much simpler and easier way to make homemade stock. In our house, when the carcass of the rotisserie chicken is picked almost clean, it is time to make delicious chicken stock. The taste is so much better than those boxed or canned chicken stocks that you can purchase in your local grocery store. You will love this shortcut method of making homemade chicken stock. I have provided both stovetop and slow cooker instructions for cooking homemade chicken stock.
Among the many benefits of making your own stock is the ability to use whatever vegetables you have on hand or stashed in your freezer. When you prep vegetables, save the trimmings for stock. Bits of carrots, celery, tomato, and potato – basically all the stuff that you would normally throw in the compost bin, can go into your stock. I keep a large resealable plastic bag in my freezer to place these vegetable odds and ends.
Homemade Turkey Stock – Do not throw out those leftover turkey bones! My favorite thing to do the morning after Thanksgiving is to make homemade turkey stock from the turkey carcass. It is so easy to do and so delicious!
Learn how to cook Chicken Bone Broth in the Instant Pot Pressure Cooker. Also if you would like to learn how to make a lighter broth, try out our recipe for Traditional Jewish Chicken Soup.
How To Make Homemade Chicken Stock:
Chicken Stock Recipe – Rotisserie Chicken Stock Recipe
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