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chicken broth?

Homemade Chicken Broth

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Introducing our premium canned chicken broth, a delectable addition to your kitchen essentials that will elevate your culinary creations to new heights. Made with care and expertise, our canned chicken broth is crafted using only the finest ingredients, delivering an unrivaled depth of flavor that will enhance the taste of your favorite dishes.

You Will Need

1 Stock pot full of water

1 bag Gold Leaf Chicken Leg, Quarters

2 bunches Celery (Stockpot)

1 small Bag carrots (baby carrots are fine, or regular carrots, cut into chunks)

2 Large onions (quartered)

1 normal size back of carrots
4 Basil Leaves

2 TBSP Minced Garlic
10 Peppercorn

1/4 cup Apple Cider Vinegar

Salt to taste: (keep in mind when you use this broth/Stock, your going to add spices to your recipes too,) and you don't want your recipe to end up over salted because of the broth)

Please note: You can use left over bones, Walmart Rotisserie Chicken left over bones, or you can save them up till you have a good bit to make broth with. (put bones in a bag in the freezer and keep adding to them until you have enough for stock/broth

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Canning Recipes

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  • Chop Celery, and onion

  • Fill Stock pot with water

  • Add vegetables  and spices

  • Add Chicken and vinegar

  • Boil Broth from 4 to 8 hours (some do it for 24) I don't though and it's still wonderful every time. (I do it 4 to 6 hours)

  • Place stove on high, and let boil, then turn to low and let simmer.  Skim off fast that floats to the top. The more you skim it off the cleaner your broth will be.

  • When it is done, remove all vegetables  and chicken and set aside. 

  • Strain Chicken broth with a fine mesh strainer this one here,  fits right into your canning funnel

  • When finished, place into hot sterilized jars leaving 1/4 inch headspace. Make sure to wipe rims with paper towel and vinegar before putting seals and rims on.

  • Process Pints for 20 minutes, and Quarts for 25 minutes.

  • When it's finished, wait for the pressure to return to 0 and the pressure pin to drop completely, then open your lid. Remove hot jars with a jar lifter (they will be scalding) and set on counter on a thick towel.  Let cool completely. Remove bands off the jars and wipe each rim with vinegar, you can also clean the jars this way. 

  •  Ball canning says they'll keep for at least 18 months. If the seal is not broken, they should be good for years.

You can can the chicken that is left after. (throw away the skins) you can freeze, or can it.  Fill Jars 1 inch from the top with chicken, fill jar to 1 inch from the top with water, wipe rims with vinegar, place seals and rims on (hand tight only) Process quarts 90 minutes, and pints for 75 minutes. (using the same exact process you did with the broth.  

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What  you will love about our canned chicken broth:

  1. Rich Flavor Profile: Our broth boasts a rich and savory chicken flavor that forms the perfect base for a wide range of recipes. Whether you're preparing hearty soups, flavorful stews, or delicious sauces, our chicken broth is guaranteed to infuse your dishes with a mouthwatering taste.

  2. Versatility: Our canned chicken broth is a versatile kitchen companion that can be used in numerous ways. From adding depth to rice and grains to moistening meat during cooking, its uses are limited only by your imagination.

  3. Healthful Benefits: Our chicken broth is not only delicious but also offers healthful benefits. It serves as a comforting and nourishing option, especially during chilly days or when you're feeling under the weather. Plus, it's an ideal addition to various diets, including gluten-free and low-sodium options.

  4. Hydration: Chicken broth is a hydrating beverage, especially beneficial when consumed as a warm, comforting drink during colder days or when recovering from illness. Staying well-hydrated is essential for overall health and maintaining bodily functions.

  5. Rich in Nutrients: Chicken broth contains a variety of nutrients that are released during the cooking process. These include vitamins and minerals from the chicken, vegetables, and seasonings used to prepare the broth.

Discover the difference that our canned chicken broth can make in your cooking endeavors. Elevate your meals with the savory goodness of our premium broth, and experience the joy of creating delectable dishes that will leave your family and guests craving for more. Trust in our commitment to quality and taste, and let our chicken broth become an essential ingredient in your kitchen repertoire.

To store canned chicken broth properly, follow these steps:

  1. Check the can: Before storing, ensure that the can is in good condition, without any dents or leaks. If the can is damaged or shows signs of contamination, do not use it.

  2. Refrigeration: If you have opened the can and only used a portion of the chicken broth, transfer the remaining contents to a suitable container with a tight-fitting lid. Then, refrigerate the broth within two hours of opening the can.

  3. Proper containers: If transferring to another container, choose one that is made of food-grade material and can be sealed securely to prevent any contamination.

  4. Labeling: If you are transferring the chicken broth to a different container, label it with the date so you can keep track of its freshness.

  5. Storage temperature: Store the canned chicken broth in the refrigerator at a temperature of 40°F (4°C) or below. This will help keep it safe and extend its shelf life.

  6. Freezing: If you don't plan to use the chicken broth within a few days, consider freezing it. Pour the broth into freezer-safe containers or zip lock bags, leaving some headspace for expansion, as liquids tend to expand when frozen. Label the containers with the date and use them within four to six months for best quality.

  7. Thawing frozen broth: When you want to use the frozen chicken broth, transfer it to the refrigerator and allow it to thaw slowly and safely. Alternatively, you can thaw it in a microwave or place the container in a bowl of cold water, changing the water every 30 minutes until it's fully thawed.

  8. Check for signs of spoilage: Before using the stored chicken broth, check for any signs of spoilage, such as an off smell, mold, or unusual appearance. If you notice anything suspicious, discard the broth.

Remember, proper storage is essential to maintain the quality and safety of the chicken broth. When in doubt, throw it out...

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