This virtually fat-free broth has been a staple in our home for years because of my allergies and David's heart. It freezes very well and is great to have on hand. We like to use it in other recipes as a substitute for butter to reduce the fat content and for water to kick up the flavor. It's also wonderful as a home remedy when loved ones get sick. Because I can't use OTC medications, I add a dash of cayenne whenever I have congestion or a head cold.
The "bonus chicken" comes from picking the meat from the bones. It comes out very tender and juicy, falls right off the bones, and is ready to add to any dish. I also make sandwiches out of it or freeze it for later use. It takes a little extra effort with the second boil, but it's well worth it. Enjoy!
*Adapted from Emeril Lagasse's Louisian Real & Rustic Chicken Broth, p. 11. BAM!:)