Homemade chicken stock is one of the easiest recipes to try. It gives a burst of flavour and can be prepared using any part of the chicken – the wings, legs, bones, or even the whole chicken. Also, if there are leftovers, you can use them to prepare this mouth-watering recipe. Veggies like onions, tomatoes, garlic, carrots and even curry leaves are used for added flavours. You can use basic spices for flavour, like salt and pepper or add in chilli powder, herbs, turmeric and more.
What is Chicken Stock?
Chicken stock is a much-loved recipe prepared by simmering chicken bones and veggies. It is often confused for chicken broth; however, it is way thicker and more nutritious. Preparing the Indian Chicken Stock recipe is time-consuming as it takes hours of slow cooking to simmer chicken bones and bring the juice out of them.
Once you prepare it, it can be stored for a good three months. If you’re looking for a simple homemade Chicken Stock recipe on the internet, here’s an easy-to-make one.
Licious Masala Chicken Soup Bones
At Licious, we deliver high-quality Chicken Soup Bones to your doorstep. The bones are thoroughly cleaned and lightly seasoned to make things easier and help you cut down on prep time! Add them to water and boil to create a mild and nutrient-rich soup, or add additional spices to enhance their flavour.
Additionally, the bones are never frozen, instead, they are temperature controlled between 0-4°C to maintain freshness at every stage.
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||5 hours|
- Licious Classic Chicken Soup Bones
- 2 large onions
- 4-5 chopped carrots
- 3-4 celery sticks
- 6 cloves mediumof garlic
- 2 Bay leaves
- 6 sprigs of fresh thyme
- A small bunch of fresh parsley or dill
- 2 teaspoons of whole peppercorns
- 2 teaspoons Sea Salt or more to taste
- 12 cups of cold water
- Add all the ingredients to a large pot with 12 cups of cold water.
- Bring this to a boil and reduce the heat to low.
- Keep the pot uncovered and let it simmer for 4-5 hours. Once it seems ready, adjust the salt as per your taste.
- Using a strainer, strain all the chicken stock. Let it cool in the refrigerator for about 6 hours.
- You can use it for three months.
While it may take a long time to make, the recipe itself is simple. you simply need to add everything to one pot and remember to turn off the stove. so, if you're someone who uses stock frequently try this healthy alternative to store-bought stock at home.