If you don't have a crock pot, you can still do this....get the heaviest pan you own and put it on the stove! A crock pot is just that the easiest way.
Large Package SKINLESS, BONELESS Chicken Breasts (I purchase family size that has 6-9 breasts in it)
Water: Approximately 1-2 Cups
|Strain the broth to get that|
foamy, yucky, bloody
stuff that turned white when cooked.
Rinse chicken breasts and throw in crock pot. This does not have to be pretty or artistic. As long as they are mounded altogether in one spot but spread relatively evenly, you can't go wrong. Add water. IF YOU WANT, you can add salt/pepper but I don't. Totally up to you. Turn on low and cook 6ish hours. I go to the grocery in the evening, and then put them in the crock pot when I get home and they cook overnight. If you're cooking on the stove top, choose a pot that will allow you to cook the chicken--with water added--- and still have room to stir if you want. Cook until meat is done: no longer pink inside and juices run clear if you cut into it. This is good!
|Chicken Broth! I know what|
you THINK it looks like!
Remove Chicken from crockpot and allow to cool. While cooling, pour broth in pot through a strainer to remove that nasty, foamy white stuff! DO NOT THROW AWAY THE BROTH!
|Always label before freezing so you|
are sure what you're pulling out.
|Ready for the freezer!|
Coming next: Recipe for Chicken Noodle Soup. Easy--Peezey!