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Table of Contents:
- How long should I boil stock?
- Can you eat chicken bones after making bone broth?
- Can you use fried chicken bones for stock?
- Can you make broth from fried chicken?
- Can you use KFC chicken bones to make broth?
- Can you use leftover bones for broth?
- How many times can you cook bones for bone broth?
- Can I substitute bone broth for chicken broth?
How long should I boil stock?
6 to 8 hours
Can you eat chicken bones after making bone broth?
Always eat the meat, bones are trash. ... If you cook meat in the broth so long that it becomes trash, it's cooked too long and wasted in my view. I always cook meat only long enough that it is optimal for consumption.
Can you use fried chicken bones for stock?
Thanks. Fried chicken bones always make it into my frozen carcass bag and they work just fine, but disclaimer, I've never made a stock from just fried chicken bones. ... Sure, it just means your stock will end up slightly more brown...
Can you make broth from fried chicken?
Absolutely YES! I actually do that fairly regularly. It's a trifle different from a broth made from conventionally roasted chicken bones, but you almost need to do a side by side comparison to tell them apart, and if you mix the fried chicken bones and roasted chicken bones together, there's even less distinction!
Can you use KFC chicken bones to make broth?
Fried chicken bones are fine, it will impart a slight flavor to the stock but it's nothing offensive. Just rinse and clean it off well before you boil them.
Can you use leftover bones for broth?
After you've dined on a whole roasted chicken or even just a few bone-in parts, don't waste the bones! Chicken stock made from the bones is a delicious foundation for soups and sauces. ... If you're short on time, stockpile chicken bones in a freezer container and keep them frozen until you get around to making the stock.
How many times can you cook bones for bone broth?
5 Answers. Beef bones can be used multiple times, but less flavor and gelatin will be extracted from each additional use. Harold McGee's "On Food and Cooking" describes this.
Can I substitute bone broth for chicken broth?
Can they be used interchangeably? Yep! In a pinch, you can substitute most stocks for broths and vice versa. You can also use bone broth when your recipe calls for stock.
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