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Lambdatiger1989
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Member since Jan 2012
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Made chicken stock

But not sure what I want to use it in? I don't want gumbo or chicken soup. Any other thoughts?


Walt OReilly
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Mi Patria
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re: Made chicken stock
sell it on the side of the road like an 8 year old would sell lemonade


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Mike da Tigah
St. Denham Rougeville
Member since Feb 2005
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re: Made chicken stock
Go with the gumbo

Save the chicken soup for a consomme.



And BTW.... Well played.



oompaw
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re: Made chicken stock
Chicken & Dumplings!


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Tbobby
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Member since Dec 2006
3729 posts

re: Made chicken stock
Freeze half of it in 16oz tupperwares.


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Degas
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7762 posts

re: Made chicken stock
Pork hocks, mirepoix, and a whole lotta beans soaked overnight.


DaBeerz
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re: Made chicken stock
Chicken and dumplings is the correct answer


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LsuTool
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re: Made chicken stock
What kind of beans do you put mirepoix in?


Mike da Tigah
St. Denham Rougeville
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re: Made chicken stock
quote:

What kind of beans do you put mirepoix in?



Is this a trick question?


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Gris Gris
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re: Made chicken stock
If you want to freeze any of it, reduce it down and put it in ice cube trays. Then transfer the cubes to a ziploc bag or vac seal them. Takes less space in the freezer.

Look up Ina Garten's coq au vin recipe. It's excellent.
This post was edited on 10/12 at 11:03 pm


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Degas
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re: Made chicken stock
quote:

What kind of beans do you put mirepoix in?

Although the Bam-meister calls for the trinity, I prefer a mirepoix in this navy bean recipe that I've made a few times to my liking.


Zach
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Member since May 2005
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re: Made chicken stock
Some years ago when I had a lot of tomatoes and peppers in the garden I decided to make homemade picante sauce. All of the stuff in the stores has a lot of vinegar and I don't like vinegar in hot sauce. I found a recipe and it called for chicken stock as a base. Came out great. Made 4 jars and they were gone in 2 weeks.


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CITWTT
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baton rouge
Member since Sep 2005
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re: Made chicken stock
German style chicken stew.


Lambdatiger1989
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Member since Jan 2012
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re: Made chicken stock
Got a recipe? It is October, could be an excuse to have a little Oktoberfest Gathering


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TigerstuckinMS
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re: Made chicken stock
If you don't know what to do with it, get a bunch of those bathroom paper cups you use for mouthwash. Fill each with 1/4 cup of stock. Freeze and then store in gallon sized freezer bags for later. When you want a little liquid in a sauce or to add moisture to various dishes, you can just grab a 1/4 cup at a time and toss it in the pot.


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CITWTT
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baton rouge
Member since Sep 2005
31765 posts

re: Made chicken stock
Soup mirepoix is different from gumbos trinity, and with it you really should make a bouquet garni of herbs and spices.


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