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Fish stock
Casseroles, stews

Fish stock

Time to make: 1 hr , plus cooling
( Hands-on time: 30 mins )

Variations

Make it low FODMAP: Swap the onion for 1 cup sliced leek leaves and swap garlic for 2 tablespoons of garlic infused oil.

HFG tip

Suggested uses
Fish pie Fish soup
Fish pasta
Any seafood dishes

Tips for making homemade stock

  • Use a deep pot to ensure bones and vegetables are completely immersed.
  • Add cold water, not hot water, to your pan as this ensures the stock cooks slowly and evenly.
  • Use bones only, as a classic stock flavour is derived from bones and not from the meat.
  • For a beef stock, brown the bones in the oven first to give more depth of flavour.

Two key processes

Skimming: When stock comes to the boil, use a slotted spoon to remove the foam that floats to the top. Skimming allows for a clear stock and more concentrated flavour.

Straining: Once stock has been cooked, strain it through a fine sieve or clean tea towel and cool as quickly as possible.

Store in airtight containers, either in the fridge for five days or freeze in an airtight container for up to three months. Label all stocks clearly with the flavour and date made.

If you are cooking smaller amounts of food, you can make stock cubes by pouring into ice trays.

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Photographer: Bryce Carleton

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