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Stock Pot Recipes

Postby whistlin_wings » Thu Oct 07, 2010 1:20 pm

Any of you cajun folks have any recipes for a 62 qt stock pot? Mine just sits there all lonely waiting for crawfish season again and didn't know if there was something out there worth making that I couldn't in a regular pot.
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Re: Stock Pot Recipes

Postby aggiechiro » Thu Oct 07, 2010 9:27 pm

chili
fried chicken
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Re: Stock Pot Recipes

Postby daffy... » Fri Oct 08, 2010 6:01 pm

aggiechiro wrote:chili
fried chicken



hahah fried chicken? you can do it in as small as a cast iron pan.


i wish i could remeber how to spell it but consum'e (spelling?) would be a funny recipe to use a stock pot for. its a crystal clear chicken soup... more so like a insanely good chicken broth


you take a bunch of craziness. ground chicken, bruleed onion, cloves etc. eggs and toss into stock pot, simmer. the car wreck of ingrediates raft up at the top. underneath is a delious crystal clear chicken soup broth.





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Re: Stock Pot Recipes

Postby aggiechiro » Fri Oct 08, 2010 6:13 pm

daffy... wrote:hahah fried chicken? you can do it in as small as a cast iron pan.


yeah but if you want to do something like a family bbq but with fried chicken its handy. easy to do 4-5 birds worth at a time, and by the time you get the next batch ready the oil is good to go again. i wasn't talking about family dinner, i was talking feed 20+ people.
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Re: Stock Pot Recipes

Postby Indaswamp » Sun Oct 10, 2010 6:19 pm

Sure...the same thing I do with it...Venison stock. take the whole carcass (or 2- or more...) and chop, cut, or smash to pieces with ax/sledge hammer to expose the marrow, place in multiple baking pans with 2"lip and baste with redwine...brown in oven for a while and then make a stock with the bones and seasonings. I usually concentrate the stock to demi-gloss consistency for freezing, and I use this stock in a lot of game dishes...sauce piquants, stews, etc. Even use it as a base for sauces like trout merinere and trout almondene.. :thumbsup:
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Re: Stock Pot Recipes

Postby daffy... » Sun Oct 10, 2010 9:44 pm

inda i brush my bones with tomatoe paste.


send some cash my way or a case of ammo and ill send you some lobster, clams and some native corn to steam in that stock pot :thumbsup:
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Re: Stock Pot Recipes

Postby GroundSwatter » Tue Oct 19, 2010 9:54 am

daffy... wrote:inda i brush my bones with tomatoe paste.


send some cash my way or a case of ammo and ill send you some lobster, clams and some native corn to steam in that stock pot :thumbsup:


I was about to say he should order some lobsters. Its expensive to get them overnighted to you, but worth it for a once a year kind of thing. Down here we've been able to get some Langusta Marina (spiny lobster) and it is delicious.
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