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Chicken Stock



Whenever I cook a chicken I make stock from the leftovers. Once I've removed the fat from this I keep it in the fridge (or freeze it in flexible cupcake molds) and use it to stir fry vegetables with/add to sauces instead of oils... it really works. My current favourite use is a steak sauce made from mushrooms and onion fried with the stock, a teaspoon of balsamic vinegar, and a tablespoon of reduced fat greek yoghurt... it's great!

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  • I always cook with an open can of fat free reduced sodium chicken broth near the stove. I start off with cooking spray in a non stick pan, then add broth as necessary to prevent sticking and create extra steam to speed cooking along. - by JORDEE54

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