"The Cook" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> What to do with it.
> I bought a fresh turkey breast this morning and stripped the meat from
> the bone. Did not try to get every last bit of meat off. Roasted the
> carcass, skin, onion, celery and carrot and the put them in a pot with
> water, salt and parsley. It looks and smells wonderful. It never did
> foam and it is very clear without me doing anything to it.
> Any suggestions about how to use it?
> BTW, I braised 1/2 of the meat and put the rest in the freezer. I am
> looking forward to some sandwiches with real turkey rather than
> getting deli stuff.
> Susan N.
I rarely ever make the stock & soup the same weekend for some reason.
After I cook the bones down until the meat falls off I strain it into a
pick all the meat off the bones & add to the broth. I end up freezing it &
when I ready I take all the fat off the top, cook with carrots, onions,
celery & seasonings. I freeze extras in meal size containers & just cook
noodles or rice to add in when we want turkey soup. We used up the last
of 2007 turkey soup just a month or so ago & it was as good as the day
I made it.