Double Chicken Tea
All this time you've been drinking tea made out of dried twigs and leaves, when you could've been drinking tea from bones and meat. This is very concentrated version of what our parents would've called "chicken bouillon." Whether you're looking to enjoy a chicken in liquid form, or to crush that cold, or maybe your soul just needs a warm hug, I hope you give this a try soon. Serve with hot buttered crackers if desired!
More water can be added to the pot(s) during the long simmering time, if the level looks to be getting too low. A few inches down from the top is fine, but if the level gets lower, add more water.
Make sure not to season the broth until it's been reduced to where you want it, or else it can be too salty.
To serve this as a starter at a dinner party, portion out only small amounts, like espresso cups. This is meant to be rich and decadent, but otherwise, you can dilute with water.
Nutrition per serving:
Total Fat: 4.9g
Total Carbs: 7.9g
Dietary Fiber: 1.9g