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I made some chicken stock as we had some veggies to use up and

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I made some chicken stock as we had some veggies to use up and I'd stored up some chicken bodies and wing tips. Any ideas on a good way to use it? Im looking for a dish where the flavour of the stock will not be masked too much.
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chicken soup, clearly
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>>7088114
If it's winter where you are, you could make a soup.
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>tfw chicken stock in vegetable soup and vegetarians say it tastes great

(y)
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I like to use stock to cook rice.
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>>7088122
Summer unfortunately but our place is pretty insulated so its still an option I guess.
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>>7088127
Why wouldn't they? You could probably put a bunch of stuff in peoples' food and they wouldn't notice.
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If you can freeze it in portions and save some, I used my chicken stock to make a great from-scratch stuffing that I brought to Thanksgiving last year. It involved baking my own bread, cutting it into cubes, seasoning and toasting it to croutons, putting it in a roasting pan with some sausage, sage, cranberries, and some of the stock. Fan fucking tastic.

http://www.spoonforkbacon.com/2011/11/sausage-and-sage-stuffing-with-dried-cranberries-and-toasted-hazelnuts/
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Make french onion soup
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>>7088114
Chicken tikka masala.
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Quick question on stock, is using bones from chicken that was not roasted acceptable? I have a carcass from a slow cooked meal I made a week ago, will it affect it that much?
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Coq au vin
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>>7089360

yes it's completely acceptable. you can always roast the bones. the stock will be less potent but it will still be stock. just don't expect a high yield, use only enough water to barely cover.
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>>7089105
That's beef stock
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A nice risotto
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>>7088114
Is it really good stock?
Reduce it and clarify to make a sauce or amazing soup base. Of course I don't mean just reducing and clarifying stock to make a sauce or soup base, there would be additional steps, but what those steps are depend on what you want to make. Could continue on the path to patricianism and make a consomme.
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You might try making fondant potatoes.
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