Chicken Broth Recipe

This chicken broth recipe is tried and true.  I make this each and every week for a variety of healing properties. 

As you can see from my photo, I purchase chicken feet which provide a nice gelatinous soup with plenty of collagen!

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If I don't have soup for lunch, I will add vegetables and use this as a side dish.  It's warming, nourishing and repairs not only the gut lining but can reverse wrinkles, cellulite and heal joint and bone tissue!  Remember the good old days of chicken soup as a cold remedy?  Introduce this healing elixir back into your life and watch your health soar! 

Chicken Broth Recipe

  • Bones from one Free Range Organic Chicken-You may use left over bones from a rotisserie chicken or purchase backs from the freezer section of Whole Foods or your butcher
  • 3 Chicken feet and/or 1 head (optional)
  • 2 Tbs. Raw Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Kombu Seaweed
  • 12 Qt. Stock Pot of Pure Water (6 if using a slow or pressure cooker)
  • 1 Large Onion
  • 2 Carrots Peeled and Coarsely Chopped
  • 3 Celery Sticks Coarsely Chopped
  • 1 Bunch Fresh Parsley(Veggies Optional)

  • Directions:

    In large stock pot, add all ingredients other than parsley. Fill with pure water. Bring to a boil, once boiling turn to low and let simmer for 12-24 hours or slow cook on low to medium in a slow cooker OR 40 minutes in a Pressure Cooker. Approximately 30 minutes prior to removal from heat, add parsley for a boost of mineral ions. Remove from heat, let cool slightly, strain and place in a bowl in the refrigerator.

    Once you find it has solidified and the fat has risen to the top, you can skim and place into glass containers for refrigerator or freezer storage. 

    I leave the fat in mine as this provides me with additional nutrients.  My husband does not care for schmaltz so this isn't an option for me. 

    You can add grilled chicken, vegetables or sip from a mug!  No matter the deliver, you won't be sorry you added this secret potion to your menu!

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