Adding directly to your dish, each versatile little pot will enrich gravies, pastas or even stir fries, smoothly melting to bring a full and rich taste. Alternatively, dissolving into 500ml of boiling water will make a delicious stock for soups, risottos or casseroles. For a lighter stock, use 750ml water.
Besides, can you make chicken stock with Knorr cubes?
This iconic Knorr product is traditionally dissolved in hot water to make a stock which can be used for soups – such as my Chicken Broth – gravy, sauces or risottos. I often use this stock as the cooking medium for pasta or vegetables, at is gives that extra flavour dimension.
Considering this, do you add water to stock pots?
Simply add the rich beef stock pot directly to your dishes, or dissolve into 500 ml of boiling water. For a lighter stock, use 750 ml of water. For recipe inspiration, please visit our website.
How do you use a stock pot?
The stockpot’s tall, narrow sides ensure that liquid contents evaporate more slowly than in a pot where the liquid has more exposure to the air, so the stock pot is best used for particularly brothy, long-simmering mixtures like—well, stocks and soups—and also for boiling things like pasta or potatoes and for steaming …
Simply add the stock directly to your dishes, or, dissolve into 500ml of boiling water. Additionally, for a lighter stock, use 750ml of water. Either way, Knorr stock will be ready in minutes!
Treat your taste buds and add an extra boost of taste to your dishes with Knorr Chicken Stock Pot 8 × 28g. With quality ingredients, the authentic flavours of Knorr Chicken Stock Pot are perfect with dishes ranging from risottos to pies, soups, chicken stew and more.
These family sized cubes are larger, with each cube making 2 cups of delicious broth that is packed full of natural flavour.
|Product Dimensions||4.7 x 13.9 x 9.2 cm; 224 Grams|
|Manufacturer contact||Unilever UK, Knorr, Freepost ADM3940, London, SW1A 1YR. Unilever Ireland, 20 Riverwalk, Citywest, Dublin 24.|
|Country of origin||Italy|
Simply add the chicken stock pot directly to your dishes, or dissolve into 500 ml of boiling water. For a lighter stock, use 750 ml of water.
To use, either dissolve a cube into 450 ml of boiling water, add a cube directly into the dish, or mix a cube with a little olive oil and rub onto meat.
Technically, no. Chicken broth and chicken stock are different in terms of the actual ingredients, their thickness, and their intended purpose. Chicken stock is typically quite thick and gelatinous and is made with animal bones (like chicken, beef, even fish) and left unseasoned (that means no salt).
Vegetable broth is an easy substitute for chicken broth—it has a very similar flavor and color. You’re sure to have this on hand! If your recipe calls for a small amount of broth for deglazing a pan or thinning out a soup, stew or sauce, try water instead.
Carefully selected chicken, herbs and spices are gently simmered into a flavoursome little pot which melts easily into hot water for a full flavoured stock, or can be added straight to your dish to boost its natural flavour. One pot makes 2 cups of liquid stock.
Concentrated beef stock (66%) (water, beef extract), salt, beef fat (5.2%) [beef fat, antioxidant (extracts of rosemary)], flavourings, yeast extract, potassium chloride, palm fat, gelling agents (xanthan gum, locust bean gum), sugar, caramel syrup, maltodextrin, carrots†, lovage root†, leek† (0.1%), parsley† (0.1%).