Get some of the best chicken broth on the planet.
Savory Choice liquid Chicken Broth concentrate is Non-GMO, and has No Trans Fat or Gluten. Each foil pouch plus 8 ounces of water makes one cup of broth. You only make exactly what you need. No worries about leftovers spoiling. The twelve-pack box of pouches fits nicely in your cupboard. It has a 2-year shelf life. No need for refrigeration. Each box makes 3 Quarts of broth. Taste the Savory Choice difference in your next soup or stew. For a warm comforting meal on any day, you will love how easy it is to make perfect broth from this concentrate.
These packets are an incredible alternative to boullion cubes and they taste SO much better! This concentrated chicken stock has a roasted chicken and warm carmelized carrot flavor to round out the tastiness. There are 12 packets in each box and each has two teaspoons of concentrate which will reconsitute to make one full delicious cup of broth.
- Dietary Considerations: all natural; gluten free; non GMO; no trans fat
- Net Weight:
- box weight: 5.1 oz | 144 g
- pouch weight: 1.2 g
- Package Yeild:
- each box contains 12 packets of broth
- each packet contains 2 teaspoons of broth
- each packet reconstitutes to 1 cup of broth
- no added coloring
This product is from Kettle Cuisine. They are a purveyor of nourishing soups, broths, and sauces, to delicious side and entrées — fresh, clean, artisanal food that you’ll be proud to serve. Kettle Cuisine prides itself on food made from scratch on a large scale. Their roots tie in with the philosophies here at Niblack foods . . . it’s all about artisan cooking . . . scratch-made stocks, hand chopped herbs, and the highest quality ingredients treated with care. They are complemented by leading-edge technology and an endless pursuit of consistently excellent products crafted at-scale. That means Kettle Cuisine concentrated broth is the highest quality, safest food possible.
Kettle Cuisine company began with soup, and, if you’ve ever made it, you know how time-consuming and challenging it can be. Preparing and chopping ingredients. Measuring herbs and spices. Hours of boiling bones or vegetables to make stock from scratch. Adding each ingredient at just the right moment. Building flavor slowly, layer by layer.
Kettle Cuisine began in 1986 as a door-to-door campaign to fill a void in the market and change the soup status quo. That meant making and bringing the freshest, highest quality soups to restaurants that had neither the time nor ability to do it themselves. That entrepreneurial, artisan, pioneering, can-do spirit is Kettle Cuisine’s DNA—and continues to inspire and guide their company (and ours!) today.
There are SO many uses for this Kettle Cuisine chicken broth and because this is shelf stable and small to store it’s particularly great for traveling, camping or just to have in your pantry for those last minute dinners! Make soup easier (but not less tasty) than your homemade chicken broth by using these concentrated packets. They’ll help out almost any insta-pot recipe/pressure cooker/crock-pot meal that calls for water or broth because you truly cannot beat the full flavor of this broth.
Simple Chicken Soup:
–Put the bones and carcass from a leftover chicken (they can be in pieces) in a large pot. Cover with the broth and 4 cups water. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, reduce to a simmer and cook for 20 minutes. Skim any foam or fat from the broth with a ladle as necessary.
–Remove the bones and carcass with tongs or a slotted spoon; set aside to cool. Add the carrots, celery, onion and bay leaf to the broth, bring back to a simmer and cook until the vegetables are about half cooked (they will still have resistance when tested with a knife but be somewhat pliable when bent), about 10 minutes. Stir in the rice (to keep it from sticking to the bottom), and cook until the grains are just al dente, 10 to 12 minutes.
–Meanwhile, when the carcass and bones are cool enough to handle, pick off the meat, and shred it into bite-size pieces.
–When the rice is done, add the meat to the broth and simmer until warmed through, about 1 minute. Stir in the parsley, and season with 1/2 teaspoon salt or more to taste. Serve hot.