Difference between revisions of "Ice filtered consommé"

From Cookipedia

(Fix broken formatting)
 
Line 1: Line 1:
<!-- seo -->
+
<!-- seo -->{{#seo:
{{#seo:
 
 
|title=Ice filtered consommé Soup and stock recipes
 
|title=Ice filtered consommé Soup and stock recipes
 
|titlemode=replace
 
|titlemode=replace
 
|keywords=Ice filtered consommé Soup and stock recipes
 
|keywords=Ice filtered consommé Soup and stock recipes
|description=The idea for this recipe tip came from User:Robin, her blog entry can be http://kokrobin.wordpress.com/2009/03/05/consomme/ read here.I have just..
+
|description=The idea for this recipe tip came from User:Robin
|og:image=http://tinyurl.com/crezyve
+
|og:image=https://www.cookipedia.co.uk/img/cookipedia-logo.png
 
|og:type=recipe
 
|og:type=recipe
 
}}
 
}}

Revision as of 17:39, 10 December 2014

The idea for this recipe tip came from User:Robin, her blog entry can be read here.

I have just reproduced it to fit Cookipedia's format.

Ingredients

Ingredients

Printable 🛒 shopping list & 👩‍🍳 method for this recipe

  • A quantity of home-made stock made any way you please. It is not necessary to skim it.
  • While it is still warm, strain through a colander into a clean bowl.
  • To reduce the risk of bacteria, stand the bowl in cold water so it cools quickly.
  • Transfer to a freezer-safe container, plastic coffee cups or freezer bags and freeze

Method

  1. Once frozen, place the frozen stock in a colander, lined with cheesecloth or muslin, over a bowl and leave for at least a day to defrost and drip through.
  2. That's it - done. perfectly clear stock.