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Chicken Stock

Very Good 4.5/5
(55 ratings)
Chicken Stock

After you've roasted a chicken or turkey don't throw away the bones. They can be used to make homemade, low-sodium stocks, which can add flavor to your healthy, home-cooked meals. Submitted by: CHEF_MEG

CALORIES: 28.3  |  FAT: 0.1g  |  PROTEIN: 0.2g  |  CARBS: 2.9g  |  FIBER: 0.6g
Homemade Vegetable Stock (Salt-Free)

Very Good 4.4/5
(35 ratings)
Homemade Vegetable Stock (Salt-Free)

Making homemade stock is so easy! It's a third the price of buying it in stores.
Submitted by: CHEF_MEG

CALORIES: 17.8  |  FAT: 0.1g  |  PROTEIN: 0.7g  |  CARBS: 4g  |  FIBER: 0.9g
Kitchen Basics: Vegetable Stock

Very Good 4.6/5
(24 ratings)
Kitchen Basics: Vegetable Stock

This veggie stock has a stronger, richer flavor than most.Submitted by: CHEF_MEG

CALORIES: 18.8  |  FAT: 0.1g  |  PROTEIN: 0.7g  |  CARBS: 4.3g  |  FIBER: 1.4g

Member Recipes for Stock

Kitchen Basics: Seafood Stock

Good 3.3/5
(4 ratings)
Kitchen Basics: Seafood Stock

Chicken and beef stocks are easy to find on store shelves, and many of them taste almost as good as homemade. It's a bit trickier to find seafood stock, and I've never found one that I really like. Thankfully, making your own is fairly easy.
Submitted by: CHEF_MEG

CALORIES: 18.7  |  FAT: 0.6g  |  PROTEIN: 0.5g  |  CARBS: 3.2g  |  FIBER: 0.6g
Vegetable Stock

Incredible! 5.0/5
(2 ratings)
Vegetable Stock

From "Made in Italy" by Giorgio LocatelliSubmitted by: CATCH23

CALORIES: 195  |  FAT: 4.8g  |  PROTEIN: 6.3g  |  CARBS: 35.1g  |  FIBER: 8.5g
Homemade Turkey Stock

Incredible! 5.0/5
(2 ratings)
Homemade Turkey Stock

An easy homemade turkey broth perfect for soups and stews.

I like to use a large-size slow cooker for this but a large stock pot or soup kettle can be used instead. Just be sure to watch the water level if using anything other than a slow cooker to be sure that bones remain covered with liquid.

The stock is flavored by whatever stuffing or aromatics have been placed inside the turkey during roasting. If I'm in a hurry and don't want to deal with stuffing, I like to use some aromatics loosely placed inside of a raw turkey that has been rinsed out and patted dry with a clean towel. Coat the inside with Kosher salt, coarsely ground black pepper and ground cinnamon (or use a couple cinnamon sticks); then loosely place some quartered onions, chunks of sweet raw carrots, celery cut into 4 inch pieces, leek, and a red apple or two that has been quartered and cored into both the front breast cavity and the main body cavity of the turkey. Roast however you prefer. I like to preheat my oven to 500 degrees F. and put the turkey in a roasting pan on the lowest rack. Make a tent out of aluminum foil to put over the breast portion only. Roast for 30 minutes at 500 degrees. Reduce heat to 350 degrees and continue roasting, basting every 30 minutes until meat thermometer registers 161 degrees F. Turn off oven and let turkey sit until temperature reaches 180 degrees F. (Turkey will continue to cook even with oven turned off.) This makes a beautifully browned,moist and tender turkey with lovely pan drippings to use for this stock recipe.
Submitted by: HEALTHYLIVN4ME

CALORIES: 28.1  |  FAT: 0.2g  |  PROTEIN: 0.5g  |  CARBS: 6.8g  |  FIBER: 1.4g
Kitchen Basics: Mushroom Stock

Very Good 4.5/5
(2 ratings)
Kitchen Basics: Mushroom Stock

If you want a stock packed with flavor, this is the one to make. Change it up: Add ginger for Asian-style stock and garlic for Italian flair. Submitted by: CHEF_MEG

CALORIES: 37.4  |  FAT: 0.4g  |  PROTEIN: 3.2g  |  CARBS: 8.6g  |  FIBER: 4.3g
Homemade Beef Stock

Very Good 4.0/5
(2 ratings)
Homemade Beef Stock

This makes a fantastic beef stock, and by the time you're done it's low in fat. However, this recipe is only for those folks who consider cooking a labor of love. This takes pretty much all day to make, and when you're done, all you have is stock for use in something else. This stock makes for great stews, soups, roasts and gravies.Submitted by: DRICE2

CALORIES: 56.2  |  FAT: 0.3g  |  PROTEIN: 1.9g  |  CARBS: 10.7g  |  FIBER: 2.5g
Dr. Bieler's Health Broth (Made with Chicken Stock)

Incredible! 5.0/5
(1 rating)
Dr. Bieler's Health Broth (Made with Chicken Stock)

Great broth to help heal the thyroid and adrenals. Provides plenty of minerals/vitamins, and helps to detox the body gently.Submitted by: TRUELIFE

CALORIES: 28.7  |  FAT: 0.6g  |  PROTEIN: 1.9g  |  CARBS: 5.3g  |  FIBER: 1.8g
Chicken Vegetable Soup with Homemade Stock

Incredible! 5.0/5
(1 rating)
Chicken Vegetable Soup with Homemade Stock

I used the bones from 2 chickens to make the stock, get the chicken meat, and cleaned out the vegetable bin. When those were cooked I added the frozen vegetables. Submitted by: JOCYMC

CALORIES: 137.8  |  FAT: 1.6g  |  PROTEIN: 12.7g  |  CARBS: 19.5g  |  FIBER: 5g
Veggie Stock

Incredible! 5.0/5
(1 rating)
Veggie Stock

Every vegetarian loves this stock, which is a perfect substitute for chicken stock. A serving is one quart.Submitted by: OREAD_1

CALORIES: 154.6  |  FAT: 1.1g  |  PROTEIN: 5g  |  CARBS: 35.6g  |  FIBER: 10.2g
Chicken Stock

Very Good 4.0/5
(1 rating)
Chicken Stock

If you cook your own stock and freeze them in small portions - you'll find that they'll give your food a delicious depth of flavour. Submitted by: TAKING-CONTROL

CALORIES: 64.8  |  FAT: 0.7g  |  PROTEIN: 11.8g  |  CARBS: 2.2g  |  FIBER: 0.6g
Tina Salt-Free Vegetable Stock

Very Good 4.0/5
(1 rating)
Tina Salt-Free Vegetable Stock

Submitted by: VEGANNEWBIE

CALORIES: 34.6  |  FAT: 0.2g  |  PROTEIN: 1.2g  |  CARBS: 7.9g  |  FIBER: 1.9g
Veggie Stock

(no ratings)
Veggie Stock

Submitted by: STOGDILL99

CALORIES: 47  |  FAT: 2g  |  PROTEIN: 1.3g  |  CARBS: 7g  |  FIBER: 2.1g
Roasted Vegetable Stock

(no ratings)
Roasted Vegetable Stock

Submitted by: BGPABGPA

CALORIES: 44  |  FAT: 0.2g  |  PROTEIN: 1.4g  |  CARBS: 10g  |  FIBER: 2.3g
FISH STOCK SOUP

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FISH STOCK SOUP

this is the 'soup' used to cook gefelte fish ...choose to eat it if you want, but you must use it to cook your gefelte fishSubmitted by: RIVKAHSQUIRE

CALORIES: 43  |  FAT: 1.2g  |  PROTEIN: 3.9g  |  CARBS: 4.4g  |  FIBER: 1g
Chicken Stock & Soup

(no ratings)
Chicken Stock & Soup

Homemade stock makes this a winter staple. It can be frozen and kept for lunches.Submitted by: CHIIEDDY

CALORIES: 76  |  FAT: 1.1g  |  PROTEIN: 4.9g  |  CARBS: 11.9g  |  FIBER: 1.6g
Stock up on Veggies Minestrone

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Stock up on Veggies Minestrone

how many servings of veggies did you miss today? They're all in here- 2.5 servings in each 1-cup bowl.Submitted by: MOM2ALEX2004

CALORIES: 93.6  |  FAT: 2.1g  |  PROTEIN: 4.8g  |  CARBS: 15.1g  |  FIBER: 3.6g
Vegetable stock (homemade)

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Vegetable stock (homemade)

Submitted by: SPIDERSUNSHINE

CALORIES: 99.3  |  FAT: 0.3g  |  PROTEIN: 2.4g  |  CARBS: 23g  |  FIBER: 3.7g
Karyl's Poached Chicken & Stock

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Karyl's Poached Chicken & Stock

The chicken meat comes out very juicy and flavorful with out using salt. I use the cooked chicken for salads, soups or sandwiches.
Plus I then have a great low sodium stock for soups. Submitted by: MOODYMARE

CALORIES: 99.5  |  FAT: 3.4g  |  PROTEIN: 12.1g  |  CARBS: 4.8g  |  FIBER: 1.3g
Rich Roasted Veggie Stock

(no ratings)
Rich Roasted Veggie Stock

A basic, yet intensely flavourful recipe that forms a delicious bottom note for any vegetarian (or not!) soups, stews or rice dishes you care to make with it. Comes from the Fresh at Home cookbook by Ruth Tal Brown and Jennifer Houston. Makes about 8 cups, each about 10 calories and no fat (the nutrition calculator does not take into account the fact that the vegetables are strained out).Submitted by: JO_JO_BA

 Vegetable stock soup serves 6

(no ratings)
Vegetable stock soup serves 6

Submitted by: DIZZYAIMZ

CALORIES: 161.9  |  FAT: 0.6g  |  PROTEIN: 5.9g  |  CARBS: 35.2g  |  FIBER: 6.3g
Ida Chicken Soup stock

(no ratings)
Ida Chicken Soup stock

Submitted by: OUTDOORGIRL70

CALORIES: 59.9  |  FAT: 1.1g  |  PROTEIN: 8.9g  |  CARBS: 3.6g  |  FIBER: 1.2g
Chicken Stock

(no ratings)
Chicken Stock

Homemade stock blows store bought AWAY, but does require some time investment. Give it a shot for your next pot of soup!Submitted by: NLOGRASSO

CALORIES: 79.1  |  FAT: 1.5g  |  PROTEIN: 11.2g  |  CARBS: 4.8g  |  FIBER: 1.4g
Chicken Stock

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Chicken Stock

Submitted by: SUZGLEADALL

CALORIES: 98.8  |  FAT: 1.6g  |  PROTEIN: 14.7g  |  CARBS: 6.4g  |  FIBER: 1.6g
Scott's Chicken Soup Stock

(no ratings)
Scott's Chicken Soup Stock

Submitted by: BLACKBELTPILOT

CALORIES: 103.8  |  FAT: 4.8g  |  PROTEIN: 8.8g  |  CARBS: 6.2g  |  FIBER: 0.1g
Kombu Dashi (kelp stock)

(no ratings)
Kombu Dashi (kelp stock)

A staple in many Japanese soups.

CALORIES: 4.3  |  FAT: 0.1g  |  PROTEIN: 0.2g  |  CARBS: 1g  |  FIBER: 0.1g
Banno-Dashi (Super Stock)

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Banno-Dashi (Super Stock)

A good, versatile stock for Japanese soups and sauces.

CALORIES: 16  |  FAT: 0.1g  |  PROTEIN: 2.3g  |  CARBS: 2.2g  |  FIBER: 0.3g
No-Stock Vegetable Soup

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No-Stock Vegetable Soup

Submitted by: KTLASERS

CALORIES: 231.8  |  FAT: 3.1g  |  PROTEIN: 6.2g  |  CARBS: 47g  |  FIBER: 6.5g
Easy Vegetable Stock

(no ratings)
Easy Vegetable Stock

This is a very simple stock that is great to keep on hand for soups and stews. I use my 6 quart slow-cooker and allow it to simmer. If you are using a smaller slow-cooker I suggest cutting back slightly on the amounts of the ingredients in proportionSubmitted by: GROOVYKARMA1

CALORIES: 44.2  |  FAT: 1.8g  |  PROTEIN: 1g  |  CARBS: 6.5g  |  FIBER: 1.4g
Korean Anchovy Stock

(no ratings)
Korean Anchovy Stock

This is anchovy stock that can be made at home.Submitted by: BREW99

CALORIES: 23.2  |  FAT: 1g  |  PROTEIN: 2.9g  |  CARBS: 0.5g  |  FIBER: 0.2g
Base Chicken Stock (lower your iron Hemochromatosis Cookbook)

(no ratings)
Base Chicken Stock (lower your iron Hemochromatosis Cookbook)

Brewing tea bags in the stock adds valuable polyphenols that inhibit absorption of nonheme iron: tannic, chlorogenic, and phenolic acids.Submitted by: BLEST57

CALORIES: 82.6  |  FAT: 0.9g  |  PROTEIN: 16.5g  |  CARBS: 1g  |  FIBER: 0.2g
2 in 1: Chicken with soy sauce and natural chicken stock

(no ratings)
2 in 1: Chicken with soy sauce and natural chicken stock

Fast, easy and cheap recipe. You can serve it hot with rice or cold with mayonnaise in sandwiches. Besides, you will get from this recipe a great and natural chicken stock you can put in ice trays in the deepfreeze and use it in other recipes. Submitted by: VIGA1234

CALORIES: 164.6  |  FAT: 7.7g  |  PROTEIN: 18g  |  CARBS: 5.5g  |  FIBER: 1.2g
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