Homemade stock will give all your dishes lots of extra flavor. Check out our 5 essential stocks you should master and let us know what you think.
Homemade stock will give all your dishes a lot of extra flavor. It's a great way to empty your crisper drawer of your fridge. If you freeze them in small portions, you got some stock ready for any occasion! We put up 5 essential stocks you should master. Give them all a try and we hope you'll love them as much as we do.
Beef stock is full of flavors by roasting the bones and vegetables in the oven first. Exactly the kind you’d get in restaurants, which you love, right? Click here for the recipe on how to make a delicious beef stock.
Vegetable stock, it’s so easy and gives every risotto, stew, pasta sauce and any vegetarian dish that extra flavor. It’s a great way to empty your crisper drawer of your fridge. Leftover vegetables, like fennel, leek, carrot and parsley stems can be used in this stock. Or any other stock you like. Click here for the recipe on how to make your own vegetable stock.
Chicken stock is very easy and really great to create a lovely chicken soup. The perfect soup to make you feel better when you're sick, or a hearty soup just for any other day. Click here for the recipe on how to make your own chicken stock from scratch.
Make a large pan with lovely tasting and smelling mushroom stock to store in your freezer. Mushroom stock is a great starter for a soup, stew, risotto, croquettes filling, sauce and so much more. Click here for the recipe on how to make your own mushroom stock.
Fish stock is light, but flavorful. It doesn’t need much time like other types of stock do. You only have to let it simmer for 30 minutes, otherwise the stock will taste a bit bitter. Click here for the recipe on how to make a fish stock.
It's really worth to create your own stocks, it's so much tastier than store-bought stock. It's a basic for a lot of recipes. Let us know in the comments what your thoughts are about homemade stocks, do you think it's worth it?
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