Lessons > How to Make Short Stock

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Lesson Overview

Short on time, have no stock on hand, or you just want to add a bit of flavor to a dish? Short stock is your answer. Short stocks are small batches of stock that are made with small pieces of caramelized bones and mirepoix. These stocks are cooked in a short amount of time and are often made in c…

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Lesson Objectives

At the end of this lesson you'll be able to:
  • understand what short stock is
  • list the reasons why you would make short stock
  • identify what ingredients can be used in short stock
  • explain the differences between short stock and regular stock
  • take a not-so-great stock and fix or enhance it
  • make a short stock from start to finish

Course Syllabus

START: Watch Lesson Platform Tour
1. Introduction: How to Make Short Stock
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2. Complete Your Self Assessment
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3. The Advantages of Short Stock
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4. Making Short Stock
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5. Lesson Practice Recipes
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6. Lesson Quiz
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Practice Recipes

A few of the practice recipes you'll learn in this lesson.

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18 Videos | 6 Tasks
Task 1: Introduction: How to Make Short Stock
Task 2: Complete Your Self Assessment
Task 3: The Advantages of Short Stock
Task 4: Making Short Stock
Task 5: Lesson Practice Recipes
Task 6: Lesson Quiz

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