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Can I get two soups from one chicken?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created November 10, 2012 at 3:48 PM

I usually make my chicken stock after a roasted chicken carcass has been picked clean. However, I'm planning on making this soup tonight that calls for the chicken to be boiled in the stock pot for 40 minutes (see recipe link below). My question is this: once I use the chicken for that soup, and pick the carcass clean, can I use the carcass again for a bone broth this time?

https://www.jossandmain.com/magazine/one-pot-two-soups-and-a-happy-crowd/

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Matt's right, you absolutely can. Roast the carcass a bit before making broth -- it adds depth and richness to the flavor.

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That's what I'm hoping! Woohoo! Love getting more than one meal out of this thing.

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on November 10, 2012
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Doesn't sound like you're making broth, but rather just simply cooking the chicken. I'm sure you could extract all sorts of good stuff from the carcass after picking it clean.

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on November 10, 2012
at 10:26 PM

That's what I'm hoping! Woohoo! Love getting more than one meal out of this thing.

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on November 12, 2012
at 06:57 AM

Matt's right, you absolutely can. Roast the carcass a bit before making broth -- it adds depth and richness to the flavor.

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