Gevogeltefond van Mevrouw Stip...


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Vandaag maak ik gevogeltefond (kippenbouillon)

GEVOGELTEFOND VAN MEVROUW STIP...

Dit heb je nodig:

Een kip of het karkas van een kip
Een prei
Een paar takken selder
Twee wortelen
Een ajuin
Een bouquet garni (tijm, laurier en peterseliestengels)
Kruidnagel
Peperkorrels (geplette)
Witte peper of cayennepeper
Zout
Water

hoemaaktuhet
hoemaaktuhet

Spoel de kip goed schoon en leg ze in een diepe kookpot...
Voeg water toe totdat de kip volledig onder staat.
Breng dit geheel op hoog vuur aan de kook.

Was, schil en snijd ondertussen de groenten in grove stukken, de ajuin mag na het schillen gewoon in twee gesneden worden.


Wanneer de kip kookt, haal je de pan onmiddellijk van het vuur en spoel je de kip onder koud water schoon. Het vocht uit de kookpot giet je weg...
Was de kookpot af en leg de kip terug in de propere kookpot, vul terug aan met koud water tot de kip onder staat.
Breng het geheel terug aan de kook.


hoemaaktuhet
hoemaaktuhet

Steek een aantal kruidnagels in de halve ajuinen

Wanneer het water met de kip kookt, voeg je alle groenten je bouquet garni en de peperkorrels toe.
Laat het geheel met een deksel op de pot een uur tot anderhalf uur zachtjes koken zodat alle smaken uit de kip en de groenten goed worden afgegeven.
Daarna haal je de kip en de groenten uit het vocht.

hoemaaktuhet
hoemaaktuhet

Giet het vocht door een puntzeef (of een andere zeef als je geen puntzeef bezit)... 
Restjes groenten, te grove peperkorrels en je bouquet garni worden nu ook uit je gevogeltefond (bouillon) gezeefd.
Kruid af met zout en eventueel nog wat witte peper of cayennepeper.

Koel het geheel zo snel mogelijk af in een koudwaterbad...
Het vet komt boven drijven doordat het stolt en jij kan het er daarna makkelijker afscheppen.
Nu kan je je heerlijke bouillon gebruiken in soepen en sauzen, je kan er je rijst in koken, je kan er een consommé van maken,...

Wanneer je deze bouillon niet meteen gebruikt, kan je hem invriezen in porties voor volgende bereidingen.

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hoemaaktuhet

De kip pel ik af (meestal valt ze gewoon van het been) en gebruik ik om kippensalade of vol au vent te maken. Of als stukjes kip in een ander gerecht te verwerken.

 

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Pimp your own DIY clock
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