This basic white chicken stock is easy to make. The liquid from slowly simmering chicken bones, vegetables, herbs and spic...
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If you really want to learn how to cook, then you need to practice the concepts taught in this lesson. We've compiled some "edible exercises" along with some supporting recipes that will help reinforce what was taught in this lesson.
Make White Chicken Stock (recipe below). Although chicken stock does not require much effort or babysitting, we’d like for you to plan a day when you have enough time to observe the various stages of the stock as it cooks (e.g., coming to a simmer, going from cloudy to clear, etc.).
Next, make at least one of the couscous recipes below or give the polenta a try. These are simple dishes that will take on the flavor of your delicious, homemade chicken stock.
Lastly, make the Mushroom Risotto recipe below. Like the Couscous recipe, the risotto will absorb the flavor of the chicken stock. This is another great example of why a full-flavored stock is essential in cooking.
Try a slightly fancier Italian Classic: Chicken Saltimbocca (recipe below) using chicken stock to make the quick pan sauce.
In partnership with:
Northwest Culinary Academy of Vancouver