Homemade Chicken Broth

  • Schoentrup Farms chicken frames, pack of 3
  • 1 onion
  • 3 whole large carrots
  • A few dashes of salt and pepper
  • 2 tbsp crushed garlic
  • Water
  1. Fill a large pot, 3 gallons or so, half full of water. Place on the stove on medium / high heat
  2. Add chopped onion, cut up carrots, salt, pepper, garlic, and chicken frames
    1. Note, the frames can be cooked thawed or frozen. I did it frozen because I was lazy and forgot to thaw it out. I just move it around so it cooked evenly.
  3. Keep on medium / high heat until boiling.
  4. Once boiling, reduce to low / medium heat for another hour or until you feel all ingredients have dispersed enough.
  5. Remove from burner and use a strained to remove the solids. I used this mesh strainer here.
  6. Put solids in compost or trash. Or you can use it for dog food, just be careful with some of the bones in there as they can harm animals.
  7. Store in clean dry mason jars in the fridge or freezer.

Did you know: you can drink broth just as is? It has so many beneficial properties to it such as high vitamin and mineral density which helps to aid in immune support. So great to have during cold and flu season.

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