“Throw it on top of pasta, sandwiches, soups, whatever,” he continues.
Finally, once you stripped down your rotisserie chicken, do not throw it away! Freeze the remaining bones and wings until you’re ready to use them to make homemade chicken stock.
You simply toss the remains of the chicken into a pot with vegetable scraps and seasonings before filling the pot with water and bringing everything to a boil. Then, just turn the heat down to low and let everything simmer for a few hours.
Homemade chicken stock is way better tasting and better for you than store-bought stock. You’ll be able to taste the difference in whatever you use it to make, like chicken noodle soup or chicken pot pie.
After using all of Matt’s tips, you’ll be able to get so much more use out of your rotisserie chicken and create less food waste. Enjoy!
Trying to reduce food waste in my life and thought i’d share some stuff i learned along the way with a mini video series. Starting with rotisserie chickens, since they’re an embarrasingly large part of my diet. More make it or buy it next week ??
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