2 Reviews

This is the only way to go! You know exactly what's in the stock instead of using mystery products. Whenever I make a shrimp dish, I save the shells and add them to a zip-lock plastic bag and freeze. Because I am cooking for two, I keep adding to the bag until I've accumulated enough to make stock. I do the same with the scraps and trimmings from vegetables. (Don't save blemished parts.) By the way, onion skins add a rich golden brown color to stocks. Hungry for some seafood chowder?

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Cucina Casalingo May 24, 2010

This is great stuff. I never thought of cooking the shells and scraps before putting the water in. Thank you so much for sharing, this is definately worth the effort.

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tiffany k February 13, 2008
Awesome Rich Shrimp Stock