You've eaten the rotisserie chicken... now what?

Make Homemade Chicken Stock

Don't toss that carcass! Instead, throw in a few veggies and some water. Make your own homemade chicken stock!

Use the bones, skin and any gelatinous goo in the container (that's liquid gold). A handful of roughly chopped veg & water is all you need.

Simmer the pot of chicken and veggies in a covered pot for at least one hour (and up to 2). Check out the blog post of Instant Pot and Slow Cooker times.

Use a fine mesh strainer to strain and separate the cooked veg and herbs from the stock.

You won't believe how good homemade stock makes the whole house smell. It's the best.

After refrigerating the stock, it'll have a slightly jiggly Jell-O quality. That's how you know you did it right!

Use your homemade chicken stock for soups, stews, braises or any of your favorite recipes that call for stock or broth.

It's a great way to save money and makes the best homemade leftover rotisserie chicken stock.