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Jewish Recipes --> Recipes --> Soups

Chicken Soup Stock
(serves 10/Meat/Freezes)

Recipe Ingredients:

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  • 4 lb. (2 kg) soup chicken
  • 2 lbs. (1 kg) chicken bones
  • 18 C. (4.5 L) cold water
  • 3 whole carrots, peeled and chunked
  • 3 whole celery stalks, chunked
  • 2 whole onions, peeled, left whole
  • 1 whole parsnip, peeled and chunked
  • salt to taste


Soup A Kosher Collection

Use: Kosher Glatt Meat

You need a soup chicken for this--an older chicken, sometimes called a boiling chicken or fowl. It will be much tougher than a chicken you would use to roast and eat, but the flavor it imparts to the soup will be much better.

If you are using kosher chicken, which is salted in the koshering process, don't salt the soup until you've tasted it, at the end.

When the soup is done, you can strain it for a beautiful, clear chicken stock, but I like to eat the vegetables that have absorbed so much great flavor. If you are using bones, though, you may wish to strain everything out, then add some fresh vegetables and simmer until they are fork-tender.
METHOD:

Place the chicken, bones and cold water in a soup pot over high heat. As the soup begins to boil reduce the heat to medium-low. The chicken will release some scum, so keep an eye on the soup and skim off all the scum and foam until the liquid is clear. This may take up to an hour.

Add the vegetables and simmer for approximately 1 1/2 hours, with the pot covered, leaving just a crack uncovered, allowing a little steam to escape. This will reduce the soup and the end result will be richer.

If you plan to use some of the chicken from the soup later on, as soon as the chicken is cooked, about 45 minutes, you can pull the chicken off the bones. Then return the bones to the soup. Most of the flavor in a chicken soup comes from the bones. For a stronger soup, don't bother with the whole chicken at all, just use 4-6 lbs. (2-3 kg) of bones.

Per Serving:
37 Calories
trace fat (3.6% calories from fat)
1 g Protein
9 g Carbohydrate
2 g Dietary Fiber
0 mg Cholesterol
34 mg Sodium

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