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Chicken bone broth/Stock


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  • 1 Leftover cooked Chicken carcass, (approx 500g bones, skin etc)
  • 1 carrot, roguhly chopped
  • 1 stalk Celery, roughly chopped
  • 1 brown onion, skin on and quartered
  • 1 clove garlic, skin on, smashed with back of a knife
  • 1 tbsp White or apple cider Vinegar
  • 20 grams rock salt
  • 5 grams cracked pepper, (Optional)
  • herbs, any (Rosemary, bay and thyme are good) small handful fresh or 1 TBSP dry (optional)
  • cold water
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Recipe's preparation

    This is the classic chicken bone broth used as a base for soups and gravies etc. It’s not only PACKED with flavour, its also full of with immune system support vitamins and minerals. This recipe will make a somewhat concentrated stock, more like a consume/Jelly.
  1. Place bones in TM, smash on speed 6 for 4 – 6 sec (you want them roughly broken up not mashed)

     

    Add all other ingredients, with water last - to fill max level.

     

    Varoma/10min/Speed 1/Counter-clockwise operation

     

    90°c/30min/Speed 1/Counter-clockwise operation

     

    Place TM strainer into the container you want to store the stock in and strain

     

    Allow cool and refrigerate (you can scrape off the fat off the top before using if desired).

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Tip

The vinegar helps leach the calcium out of the bones and into your broth

Herbs and amounts are optional, I just throw in a bit of whatever I have

You can also use other veggies, if I have broccoli stems or cabbage getting old I thrown them in for example.

Will last in the fridge about a week, or freeze for 9 months


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  • Love it, done raw & cooked (better flavour raw)....

    Submitted by Pip Negus on 28. July 2019 - 22:04.

    Love it, done raw & cooked (better flavour raw). Use any leftover veges & stems ... neighbours bring their chook bones over so I can make it & share! I halve the salt though.

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  • Love it, done raw & cooked (better flavour raw)....

    Submitted by Pip Negus on 28. July 2019 - 21:59.

    Love it, done raw & cooked (better flavour raw). Use any leftover veges & stems ... neighbours bring their chook bones over so I can make it & share! I halve the salt though.

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  • Love it, done raw & cooked (better flavour raw)....

    Submitted by Pip Negus on 28. July 2019 - 21:55.

    Love it, done raw & cooked (better flavour raw). Use any leftover veges & stems ... neighbours bring their chook bones over so I can make it & share! I halve the salt though.

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  • Thanks for posting. It's good and easy. If you're...

    Submitted by ClareC on 28. July 2019 - 13:30.

    Thanks for posting. It's good and easy. If you're making it for soup, I recommend reducing the salt to about 5g. Because as stock, it's not concentrated enough to cut with water but too salty to use as is.

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  • missmelanie80: do you need to cook longer with...

    Submitted by Gorgeouscyd on 12. July 2019 - 18:58.

    missmelanie80: do you need to cook longer with un-cooked chicken/bone? TIA 😊

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  • Amazing Flavour!...

    Submitted by toni5623 on 31. May 2019 - 10:33.

    Amazing Flavour!
    I can’t believe you can get this much flavour into a stock/bone broth in such a short time. I drank a cup as soon as it was ready. Unfortunately more salt poured out of the pack than was supposed to (when I was measuring it into the Thermomix at the start) so even though this batch was too salty, it was absolutely delicious and so warming on this cold morning.
    I will be definitely making this again. Thanks for a great recipe.

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  • Great recipe. You need uncooked carcass/bones to...

    Submitted by missmelanie80 on 28. May 2019 - 15:36.

    Great recipe. You need uncooked carcass/bones to get the full benefits FYI tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • i freeze this broth in cup size containers and add...

    Submitted by Stitching2die4 on 29. March 2019 - 11:52.

    i freeze this broth in cup size containers and add to soups and curries..no problems

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  • Delicious - I used just some left over chicken...

    Submitted by Wwanda on 29. January 2019 - 13:48.

    Delicious - I used just some left over chicken meat & 2 legs which I didn't mash up in the thermomix. Made for hubbie when he was on a clear fluids diet.

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  • It is amazing chicken broth/ stock, made it twice...

    Submitted by ElizabethMoor on 16. December 2018 - 22:22.

    It is amazing chicken broth/ stock, made it twice already and use for soup. Thank you very much for sharing it.

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  • This recipe is amazing!! The best tasting broth I...

    Submitted by Erin.1607 on 31. May 2018 - 13:15.

    This recipe is amazing!! The best tasting broth I have found and I can’t believe it turns out so gelatinous after such a short time cooking!! Thankyou so much for the recipe
    i use chicken wings and it’s fantastic

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  • Hi there, will give this recipe a go.will it...

    Submitted by Tani70 on 9. March 2018 - 22:25.

    Hi there, will give this recipe a go.will it defrost ok if frozen

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  • A fantastic way to use the chicken carcase. Great...

    Submitted by JENNIGRANDMA on 30. January 2018 - 12:13.

    A fantastic way to use the chicken carcase. Great stock. Thank you.

    GrandmaB

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  • The best and easiest chicken stock I have ever...

    Submitted by aggie94 on 29. January 2018 - 18:28.

    The best and easiest chicken stock I have ever made!

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  • I upped the solids and reduced the liquids to make...

    Submitted by moomin on 16. October 2017 - 18:29.

    I upped the solids and reduced the liquids to make a paste.will blitz bones more first but v happy with recipe. Thanks.

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  • Thank you👍

    Submitted by caroline@lansat.com.au on 28. June 2017 - 13:05.

    Thank you👍

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  • Easy and tasty

    Submitted by Lagads on 11. June 2017 - 12:23.

    Easy and tasty

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  • Yummy

    Submitted by MartieR on 7. June 2017 - 18:42.

    Yummy!!

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  • Making this broth almost every Sunday Love it and...

    Submitted by oscar22 on 5. June 2017 - 20:00.

    Making this broth almost every Sunday. Love it and recommended to my Thermie friends. I am a bit concerned blitzing the bones so I only blitz the carcass and add the bones later. The broth is very flavoursome and so easy to make, used to make it in slow cooker but this is far better. Thanks!

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  • Tried this for the first time last week Flavour...

    Submitted by Diannewalker86 on 22. April 2017 - 12:32.

    Tried this for the first time last week. Flavour was awesome but way too salty. I realise now reading the comments that it's a concentrate. Does anyone have a ratio broth/water they use for turning this into something like a chicken noodle soup?

    Hubby loved it all the same. Easiest 5 star I've ever given. We made chicken noodle soup with egg noodles, chicken breast and sweet soy drizzled over the top!

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  • First time trying this recipe as I need to drink...

    Submitted by mumofthree3 on 1. April 2017 - 20:35.

    First time trying this recipe as I need to drink clear broth day prior to surgery. I've strained the liquid off, am I right in thinking I can then blitz the remaining veg/bones etc and that will make more of a chicken stock concentrate? Many thanks

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  • Great stock

    Submitted by Martynfi on 26. March 2017 - 15:25.

    Great stock

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  • Hello Wise Woman Ways. My

    Submitted by Deli._. on 30. November 2016 - 17:51.

    Hello Wise Woman Ways. My partner is presently making this for me as I am suffering bad pregnancy sickness.  A doctor suggested bone broth. if this is quite concentrated do I just mix with water? If so in what quantities? Once I am up to something more substantial I will use as a soup base. Thank you 

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  • Delicious and easy! I've done

    Submitted by StackhatSteph on 22. June 2016 - 07:38.

    Delicious and easy!

    I've done bone broth the slow way before, overnight in the slow cooker, and was reluctant to do it again as it makes the whole house smell!  This recipe was so easy and quick in comparison, I love that all the bones and veggies get chopped too.  Now I've made this twice in two weeks and my kids (5 and 3) are loving it.

    Thank you

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  • So much flavour, my kids

    Submitted by samtac on 28. May 2016 - 12:31.

    So much flavour, my kids loved it. Can't believe how easy it was, will be a regular now. I used raw carcu and cooked for extra 20mins as recomended. 

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  • what a great old fashioned

    Submitted by thermieforever on 29. February 2016 - 21:12.

    what a great old fashioned way to reduce kitchen waste and create wonderful healthy & tasty stock! thank you!

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  • This is my first go of making

    Submitted by Meldan1 on 4. January 2016 - 15:57.

    This is my first go of making a bone broth & yummo! Thank you for sharing & this will def become my new chicken stock recipe also

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  • Creates a sensational Paleo

    Submitted by Zoe1 on 23. November 2015 - 11:33.

    Creates a sensational Paleo bone broth. I cut back on the salt substantially though (I only add a pinch). 

    We roast a chicken nearly every Sunday, and so I make the bone broth with the carcass. Then you have wonderful broth in the fridge all week.

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  • Hi Gorgeouscyd, This recipe

    Submitted by Wise Woman Ways on 7. August 2015 - 10:04.

    Hi Gorgeouscyd, This recipe has the salt more for flavour than preseving quality. You can easy reduce it to your tastes tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi Kathy, No, you can use

    Submitted by Wise Woman Ways on 7. August 2015 - 10:02.

    Hi Kathy, No, you can use raw, just cook it another 20 min tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Great Recipe! thank you! I

    Submitted by gillybrazendale on 22. July 2015 - 13:27.

    Great Recipe! thank you!

    I was a bit dubious regarding the bones lol but this has made the yummiest broth I've ever tasted! 

    After draining bones and veggies, I did put it back in thermomix bowl and blitzed it for 20 seconds just to make sure there were no bones lol!

    I need to have this for gut healing.. I think you may have just changed my world!  Love

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  • Does the carcass have to be

    Submitted by kathysaks on 8. July 2015 - 15:47.

    Does the carcass have to be from a "cooked" chicken? 

     

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  • This is delish. I cook this

    Submitted by Brookesy on 17. May 2015 - 22:55.

    This is delish. I cook this broth over and over.  Really lifts all my dishes.  Sooo good!

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  • Super tasty!! this broth is

    Submitted by smitchem on 5. May 2015 - 21:03.

    Super tasty!!

    this broth is delicious! The depth of flavour is amazing. Thank you for brilliant recipie. 

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  • I really enjoyed this - thank

    Submitted by Gorgeouscyd on 5. May 2015 - 20:36.

    I really enjoyed this - thank you for sharing an easy, quick chicken broth. I made this up tonight for my sick daughter. I'm wondering if anyone else found this particularly salty?  Is the salt factor for preservation as well as flavour? Maybe next time I might use a little less

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  • Thanks for all the

    Submitted by Wise Woman Ways on 5. May 2015 - 10:35.

    Thanks for all the constructive comments tmrc_emoticons.) When I make this stock it comes out clear, I think judging by the comments of it tasting great but looking horrible, it's possible the bones are being chopped too much in step 1. I have the following 2 suggestions if you would like a clear stock - 1. Strain it through a muslin cloth, or 2. don't crush the bones either as much or at all (It will still taste great, but won't have as many imune strenthening vitamins and minerals). Hope that helps tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Great stock - just used it to

    Submitted by Lis_b on 19. April 2015 - 19:38.

    Great stock - just used it to make a spicy soup!

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  • Yum! Thank you! I was nervous

    Submitted by sevenhuysens on 18. April 2015 - 09:20.

    Yum! Thank you! I was nervous putting a carcass into thermie but, wow! Smells great, off to make soup now tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • So easy and delicious. Thank

    Submitted by IzzyD on 16. April 2015 - 11:18.

    So easy and delicious. Thank you for sharing.

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  • Great stock! Great way to

    Submitted by MG2096 on 11. April 2015 - 16:15.

    Great stock! Great way to reduce waste. Smells and tastes beautiful. I'll be making this time and again.

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  • So yummy, looks gross so I

    Submitted by Jas81 on 9. April 2015 - 21:24.

    So yummy, looks gross so I was a bit worried but so much flavour. I used it as a chicken soup base and my 8 year old loved it and wanted more. 

    Thanks for sharing. 

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  • I made this for wonton soup

    Submitted by Shanny85 on 5. April 2015 - 20:59.

    I made this for wonton soup and it was great! Even though it looked really horrible tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • I had my doubts as it looks

    Submitted by Harrop16 on 22. March 2015 - 18:52.

    I had my doubts as it looks pretty disgusting when it's cooking but the flavour is just amazing!!! I made an Asian inspired soup with some of the stock and froze the left overs in cubes for use later. I also used the left over as suggested to make dog food-no onion added-what a great way to use what would normally be just thrown out-a definite keeper!!!

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  • Thank you for a simple yet

    Submitted by Myhusbandswife on 10. March 2015 - 13:31.

    Thank you for a simple yet tasty recipe that i make every time we have a chook.

    It's so yummy

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  • Thankyou easy and delicious  

    Submitted by Freddyj10 on 22. February 2015 - 11:28.

    Thankyou easy and delicious   Cooking 1

     

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  • Hi Alex, I mostly use it in

    Submitted by Wise Woman Ways on 4. February 2015 - 19:14.

    Hi Alex, I mostly use it in soups and gravy's. It is a liquid stock base, not a concentrate, so you use it in place of the water amount the recipe said, just to add more flavour tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • For those who are wondering

    Submitted by Wise Woman Ways on 4. February 2015 - 19:09.

    For those who are wondering what this comment was about, I had in my tips that you can munch up all the left over veggies and bones and feed to dogs and chickens, or add to compost. Apparently I can't include that as a tip - as per Thermomix recipe terms and conditions, as it is a non-human food recipe, but I can add it in comments. As I had stated in my tip, the garlic and onions work wonders to worm your chickens, but you need to be careful feeding it to dogs. I usually just cut the onion in sections so the base is still attached, makes it easy to pull out the onion. I blend for about a minute working up to speed 9. Happy multi - recipe using! tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • You should never give your

    Submitted by mafsa on 4. February 2015 - 16:35.

    You should never give your dog onion, makes them anaemic and very sick, great recipe though thankyou

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  • Made this the other day and

    Submitted by AlexS on 15. January 2015 - 15:03.

    Made this the other day and can't wait to use it!! Just wondering what quantity you usually use in recipes? Is it closer to a liquid stock or stock paste (and therefore needs water added) in flavour when added in? Thanks

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  • what a tasty cear stock/ soup

    Submitted by poppyb on 7. October 2014 - 19:15.

    what a tasty cear stock/ soup base. made heaps had to freeze some

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