Cooking and Baking

Smoked turkey stock

This is a testament to my foolish frugality - I had a smoked turkey leg that I was afraid was going to go bad, so I threw it in a pot with some veggie scraps to make stock. While the whole thing cost $2 or less (Grandma would be proud), I am now in possession of a couple quarts of stock that may impart a strangely smoky flavor. Where to go from here? I haven't tasted the stock yet and I am wondering what to make with it. What would you do with smoked turkey stock, assuming that it will be edible and not horribly salty/smoky? My first thought was to cook beans in it. Any other ideas welcome, the more inventive the better.

Talk is closed, but that doesn't mean the conversations have to stop!

Check out this post for a more thorough explanation, and jump onto our Facebook page or our Twitter feed to keep the conversations going!


Comments are closed