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Greg Skomp says ...
So many good dishes use chicken stock, it is difficult to choose. Potato Leek Soup comes to mind as a dish that highlights the stock. Squash soup does the same (Butternut of course). I believe my favorite however, since I made it three nights ago is the Masala sauce for Chicken Tikka Masala. It is simply scrumptious.
01/26/2011 6:33:11 PM CST
Larry Carli says ...
I would make a wonderful Italian Chicken Noodle Soup.
01/26/2011 6:33:21 PM CST
Erika says ...
Putting some in the pan keeps sauteed-fresh-herbs-and-lemon chicken breasts moist.
01/26/2011 6:33:32 PM CST
Lotus Flower says ...
Chicken broth is an absolute staple in my pantry! I use it for everything--- soups and stews, braised dishes, roasts, rice dishes, even some pasta dishes! I recently tried an amazing recipe (from my Whole Foods store!) for Chicken & Brown Rice soup, that has now become a go-to in my recipe book! I could eat this all year round and not get the least bit tired of it, it's delicious, super easy to make, and rather inexpensive too since I usually have everything but the greens (and a case of chicken broth ;-) ) on hand anyhow.
01/26/2011 6:35:02 PM CST
Paula says ...
I love to make chicken and dumplings.
01/26/2011 6:36:31 PM CST
Emily says ...
We eat a lot of vegetable and bean soups and I always use chicken broth to increase flavor.
01/26/2011 6:37:24 PM CST
crystal h. says ...
I would cook homemade chicken soup.
01/26/2011 6:37:53 PM CST
Ruth says ...
I'd start with the recipies above. Last night I tried the wildrice chicken soup - great! Probably better with the Organic Kosher brand...
01/26/2011 6:38:32 PM CST
Sharon Poe says ...
Mmm...I would make lots of soup!! I love soup!! It's so easy and so wonderful.
01/26/2011 6:38:35 PM CST
Tammy McNair says ...
I would make a big pot of chicken & dumplings with this broth! :0) I bet it would also make a great chicken & rice soup! :0) And....I am wanting to start making my dogs food from scratch and this might be a key ingredient!
01/26/2011 6:40:13 PM CST
Julie says ...
For a 5-minute, super healthy, and CHEAP meal I like to make "Random Vegetable soup" in my crock pot. 1) Random frozen veggies 2) Can of chicken broth 3) Spices- Italian theme, Southwestern theme, etc... Basically, I just clear the leftover frozen veggies from my freezer and dump them into a crock pot with chicken broth and spices, simmer until hot. I make it before I go to bed and it's ready to be packed for lunch the next morning. Turn the crock pot to warm and I'll have a great smell and a hearty warm bowl of soup waiting for me when I get home from work. I used to use water but I found the resulting soup too utilitarian (i.e. bland). Then I discovered the difference a can of chicken broth makes! Delicious and just as easy. I use the low-sodium variety to keep the recipe heart-healthy and add minced garlic, chili powder, pepper, onion powder and whatever fresh herbs I happen to have around. For protein I add beans, either a can of black or kidney beans or even (cheaper and less sodium) some pre-soaked dried beans. I like to add spinach or kale too, either fresh or frozen. This recipe is super (haha SOUPer!!) versatile, working well with any leftover frozen veggies and costs less than $5 a pot!
01/26/2011 6:40:17 PM CST
Laraine Deutsch says ...
I'm thrilled to have this Kosher soup that is low sodium for the veggie soup I made this weekend. Whole Foods filled my life long quest with this KOSHER soup. I added onion, butternut squash, celery, carrots, potato and herbs with organic red vino. We used the hand immerser for a great texture ! Made it by the vat for the freezer. We sure appreciate it in frozen Michigan.
01/26/2011 6:40:17 PM CST
Carolyn Medley says ...
Where do I enter the contest for Chicken Broth. I have clicked on several links and I can't find where to enter! Help!
01/26/2011 6:40:48 PM CST
Anne says ...
Organic chicken broth is a staple especially in the winter months of Chicago. My soups are so good it's better than eating out. There's nothing like homemade soup on a cold day.I always make enough so there is always some in the freezer.
01/26/2011 6:42:02 PM CST
Melissa says ...
I would definitely make this great turkey soup with sage that I made recently. Would love to see if this broth made it even more flavorful.
01/26/2011 6:42:04 PM CST
cmw says ...
I would use it for quick and tasty soup with frozen pot stickers, ginger, sesame oil and garlic.
01/26/2011 6:42:16 PM CST
Linda Grothe says ...
I am going to make 'real' chicken soup and make my own noodles just like my mother made when I was growing up.
01/26/2011 6:42:17 PM CST
Janice says ...
I use chicken broth to flavor many of my sauces, especially in stir fries with soy, ginger, garlic and rice vinegar.
01/26/2011 6:42:30 PM CST
Ellen Schwartz says ...
I love to use chicken broth for all my broth needs. My favorite recipe which really allows the broth to shine through is Chicken Tortilla soup. It has very few ingredients so the quality of broth is very important. I use one box of broth, 2 cooked chicken breasts shredded, 1 can tomatoes with lime and cilantro and a dash of cumin. We top it with fresh cilantro, a sprinkling of sliced green onion and strips of tortillas. YUM!
01/26/2011 6:43:36 PM CST
Elise says ...
I would make chicken noodle soup! With carrots, corn, sweet potatoes and shredded chicken pieces. Can't go wrong with a classic spin-off!
01/26/2011 6:43:48 PM CST
Jordan Zeldin says ...
I'd use Pacific Natural Foods Organic Kosher Chicken Broth as a base to make various whole grain pilafs.
01/26/2011 6:44:56 PM CST
judy marcus says ...
I use kosher chicken broth when i make soups I will serve with a meat meal or when i make matzo ball soup. A favorite soup recipe a friend gave me is for carrot soup-5 lbs. carrots added to sauteed onion and sauteed ginger and then broth and liquify in blender after fully cooked.
01/26/2011 6:47:21 PM CST
Melissa Kaplan says ...
Pacific Organic Chicken Broth has been my go-to broth since I had to go gluten-free a couple of years ago. Quick tasty soups include diced cooked chicken, sliced green onion and a can of diced tomatoes. Also great for winter squash risotto!
01/26/2011 6:49:44 PM CST
Sara Woodward says ...
I like using broth to help give extra flavor to my veggies. Kale and swiss chard are my favorites- add broth to help soften and cook them.
01/26/2011 6:49:51 PM CST
helen says ...
With the chicken broth, I would cook kreplach. Kreplach is a traditional Jewish dish that resemble wontons. yummmmmm
01/26/2011 6:51:06 PM CST

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