Chicken Broth and Stock
The secret to making robust chicken stock or chicken broth is a low-heat, slow-simmering process. These easy recipes let you make chicken stock or chicken broth that provides a stimulating flavor base for chicken soup and all kinds of casseroles.See Popular Chicken Broth and Stock Recipes
From one deeply flavorful chicken broth, F&W's Grace Parisi creates four exceptional soups.
One of the basic rules of pairing wines with food is that rich dishes match well with wines that have good acidity. This silky soup -- a simple puree of onion, edamame and chicken stock -- is no exception.
Sophie Dahl likes eating peppery watercress in the spring and has figured out a way to highlight its bright flavor in this silky soup. A single tablespoon of cream gives the vivid green soup a touch of richness.
Chervil is an herb related to parsley that has a mild anise flavor. It adds a hint of fascinating flavor to this brothy chicken dish with homemade spinach pasta.
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This main-dish soup, which includes beef brisket, sauerkraut, and Swiss cheese, is topped with rye bread croutons. It's like a Reuben sandwich in a bowl.
Basmati rice adds a unique aroma and flavor to this spicy side dish.
"A few years ago," Sang Yoon recalls, "I caught a cold and my friend Sal Marino of Il Grano invited me for a bowl of stracciatella alla romana, the Italian soup with egg strands and semolina. I went home and made my own ghetto version with broth from a box, and realized it would taste even better with ginger and spinach."
If you're a fan of morel mushrooms, you'll want to try this creamy pasta dish. Fresh thyme adds flavor to the sauce.
This mouth-watering soup recipe is a must-have at any Passover meal. This version offers a cool hint of dill.