What about the carcass? Roast it and the bones from the other meals and then simmer in water to make a chicken broth! For soup, for gravy or sauces or just cooking rice in for extra flavour! never throw out that carcass! I got chicken carcasses for free yesterday from the butchers, Mother Clucker Cluck off. made a beautiful soup at a cost of veg only. I buy a rotisserie chicken break it down save the bones skin etc and make broth
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Well you can’t call someone out when you’re not perfect yourself. Also yes I’m young, meaning ive got my whole life ahead of me unlike you grandma. The point is the be price conscious. Obviously, you can add whatever you want but alot of people dont have a ton of spices and in the short run, could double the price of the meal per plate. Mother Clucker Cluck off. Pepper and Sazon are def not expensive. None of the tastemade recipes show properly seasoned chicken and it’s distressing. But also why I don’t follow their recipes exactly.
Omg y’all are doing the most, if you want more seasoning obviously add it on yourself it’s common sense. You don’t have to follow the recipe down to the T. Simple minded people. This guy is great! I think it’s awesome to watch a cooking show that doesn’t have you go to an artisan store to buy impossible ingredients. People need a more realistic way of cooking and he makes it less intimidating. Yes and a chicken stock from the carcass can be used in many other dish bases, risotto, and the cheapest of all, soup…chicken veg or chicken noodle and not one meal but a few! Just a mention of ‘oh the rest of the chicken can be used blah’, would have finished the segment of better than leaving it hanging, ‘what did you do with the rest of the chicken….?’ So your next segment could ‘how to use that left over chicken carcass!’
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freezing the stock in an ice cube tray is a great way to have little flavor boosters on hand too! i drop a cube or two in when i cook rice to kick things up a notch, and bc my stocks/broths are always made with kitchen scraps the cost is negligible. I’d recommend investing in bees wax wraps instead of plastic wrap. They’re reusable and washable. Saves you money on having to buy plastic wrap. Chicken is way cheeper out here in las vegas. Dum stix is always 0.98 a pound and chicken breast is around 1.29 a pound. So i guess buying the whole thing would be even less
I always get a chicken and roast it and use the leftovers for different meals throughout the week (roast chicken soft tacos were the most adventurous) I don’t know why I never thought about taking the bitch apart first!! Thanks for the inspiration!! Crackers are cheap as shit. And they come 4 packages in 1. So you can also use them with a soup too. Eggs may not be super cheap either but again, they can with a variety of other meals. So you’re still saving money. Also it was buttermilk fried chicken, which doesn’t need much more than seasoned flour and buttermilk (which needed some hot sauce). It comes out crispy.