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Basic Meat Stock (Recipes for Chicken, Beef, and Pork Stock)

Don't settle for bland stock! Learn how to make SUPERIOR meat stock using these tips and SECRET INGREDIENTS! (Including recipes for chicken stock, beef stock, and pork stock.)

Ingredients

Chicken Stock

Beef Stock

Pork Stock

Instructions

To fill a 6-7 Quart vessel, add all of the ingredients and cover with water to the fill line.

Stockpot: Bring the water to a boil over medium-high heat and then reduce the heat low. You want it to just barely simmer. Skim any foam that gathers on the top. Cook the stock. To a point, the longer you cook it the more flavorful it will be. Set a colander inside a large bowl or container and line it with butter muslin. Ladle the stock into the colander and let it strain.

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Slow Cooker: Cover and cook. Set a colander inside a large bowl or container and line it with butter muslin. Ladle the stock into the colander and let it strain.

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Pressure Cooker: Seal the vent and set the timer to Manual and the time needed to cook. Allow the steam to release naturally. Set a colander inside a large bowl or container and line it with butter muslin. Ladle the stock into the colander and let it strain.

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Multipurpose Water Bath Canner: Triple the recipe since you'll be make 3 times the amount of stock. Bring the water to a boil over medium-high heat and then reduce the heat low. You want it to just barely simmer. Skim any foam that gathers on the top. Cook the stock. To a point, the longer you cook it the more flavorful it will be. Place a large bowl, vessel, or half gallon mason jar beneath the spout. Outfit your container with either a funnel or colander lined with butter muslin to strain it. Open the valve and empty the canner of the stock, leaving the vegetables behind in the pot.

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To Pressure Can Meat Stock: Funnel the hot stock into quart-sized mason jars, leaving 1" headspace. Clean the rims and top with rings and lids. Can in a pressure canner according to manufacturer's directions for 25 minutes at 11 pounds pressure. (Adjusted times for altitude can be found here.)

Recipe by Reformation Acres at https://www.reformationacres.com/2018/01/can-meat-stock-broth.html