A Great Soup From A Great Broth
My daughter Lisa made a wonderful, delicious Christmas dinner and the stars of the show were her tasty turkey and her tender moist beef roast. After we demolished the dinner there was a wonderful turkey carcass left. I asked to take it home and the next day I simmered the remains for about 3-4 hours and added some basic seasonings and herbs. It yielded just about a gallon of the most fresh and flavorful broth I've ever had, if I do say so myself.
I've been saving glass jars from sauces and other groceries, so I filled 4 large ones and put one in the fridge and the remaining 3 in the freezer. They were delicious in my soups, potatoes, and other dishes. For smaller portions you can put a jars worth in an ice cube tray and once well frozen, the cubes can be put together in a sealed plastic bag. I will include some recipes for broths in future posts. photo credit: elana's pantry via photopin cc
Posted by Kathleen Milazzo