|12-28-2009, 06:23 PM||#1|
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Join Date: Aug 1999
Location: Beautiful Boise,Idaho
Turkey stock question
My family likes homemade turkey soup......so my new routine is I buy a package of bundled turkey drumsticks(0.97 cents a pound) and I cook them in my crockpot (with spices) till they are ready to fall off of the bone.
I save the juice into a bowl and pop it into the fridge.
Then I pick off all of the meat
Then I put the bones a scraps back into the crockpot with water to cover, and cook.
The I stain the the broth into another bowl and pop into the fridge.
So, at the end I have a nice bowl of Turkey
The first bowl of "stock" which cools to a very firm gelatin
The second bowl of "stock" which firms to a semi solid gelatin
I make the soup with meat, veggies, a third stock from the first bowl, and two thirds stock from the second bowl. It tastes great, but afterwards I have not been feeling so great, like it was too rich.
So.......should I be diluting down my gelatin based stuff down?
|12-29-2009, 11:28 AM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2008
I do; I usually use a bit of water or canned turkey stock, if I can find it.
I only cook the bones once (pop the carcass in a stockpot with carrot, celery and onion then strain, fridge and de-fat).
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