Presenter:  Kelly

Introduction:

Every time I buy a rotisserie chicken, I always feel some sort of guilt when we don’t eat off every last bit of meat.  We do our best, but it always seems like there is still so much leftover before I throw it in the trash!  Since I love to make homemade chicken noodle soup, I started creating broth out of the leftover store bought rotisserie chickens that we eat through the week.  You’d be surprised how much flavor you can get out of the skin, bones, fat, and meat that remains once you think you’ve eaten it all!

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Resources:

Procurements:
  • 1 leftover rotisserie chicken (skins, bones, fat, and any remaining meat)
  • 1 onion
  • 6 carrots
  • 6 celery stalks
  • 5 cloves of garlic
  • 1 T. kosher salt
  • 1/2 T. pepper
  • 1 bay leaf
  • Enough water to cover the chicken
Operating Procedures:

Roughly chop the onion, carrots and celery.  Place the chicken in a stockpot, and add the vegetables & seasoning.  Add enough water so that the chicken is completely submerged with about an inch of water above the contents. 

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On high heat, bring the liquid to a boil.  Reduce the heat to low, cover, and simmer for about 2-3 hours.  Strain the contents and use immediately or store for later use. 

Proposals:

I mostly use this for chicken noodle soup! 

Closing Remarks:

This is a great way to stretch your rotisserie chickens a little further.  Plus, what’s better than homemade chicken noodle soup?!

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Rotisserie Chicken Stock
Homemade chicken stock made from leftover rotisserie chicken
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Cook Time
2 hr
Cook Time
2 hr
Ingredients
  1. 1 leftover rotisserie chicken (skins, bones, fat, and any remaining meat)
  2. 1 onion
  3. 6 carrots
  4. 6 celery stalks
  5. 5 cloves of garlic
  6. 1 T. kosher salt
  7. 1/2 T. pepper
  8. 1 bay leaf
  9. Enough water to cover the chicken
Instructions
  1. Roughly chop the onion, carrots and celery.
  2. Place the chicken in a stockpot, and add the vegetables & seasoning. Add enough water so that the chicken is completely submerged with about an inch of water above the contents.
  3. On high heat, bring the liquid to a boil.
  4. Reduce the heat to low, cover, and simmer for about 2-3 hours.
  5. Strain the contents and use immediately or store for later use.
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