Stock is commonly used as the base in any great soup or stew recipe. Although store-bought stock might be the quick and easy option, homemade chicken stock tastes even better and adds incredible flavor to any soup recipe. We recommend that the next time you stop by your local grocery, buy a rotisserie chicken and save the carcass and bones to make a flavorful stock.This recipe is extremely easy to make and calls for ingredients that you probably already have on hand like onions, celery, carrots, and herbs. Make the chicken stock in large quantities and transfer the strained mixture to quart-sized containers or bags to store in the freezer. Homemade stock is so easy to make that you’ll be wondering why you didn’t start sooner. The stock will last several months, so next time you’re craving a hearty soup or stew during those winter months, take out your homemade stock and whip up a delicious meal.
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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