Just chop up some carrots, celery and onion and let your Instant Pot do the work for you. This vegetable stock is great to serve with noodles and can be made ahead of time and stored in the freezer.Recipe courtesy of Corrie Cooks 
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Instant Pot Easy Chicken Stock
This chicken stock is perfect for holidays. The rich flavors effortlessly complement gravies and soups.  Recipe courtesy of Corrie Cooks 
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Chicken Ramen Soup
This recipe for chicken ramen soup will take you just 15 minutes to make. All you need is chicken, chicken stock, soy sauce, garlic, ginger and some ramen noodles.This recipe is courtesy of McCormick.
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Slapfish Basic Fish Stock
Good fish stock is the first step to delicious soups, stews and chowders. Use fish trimmings or lobster and shrimp shells add lots of flavor to the stock. This recipe comes from Slapfish restaurant in California. Click Here to See More Stock Recipes
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Cilantro rice recipe
Try this Latin-inspired side dish that goes well with fish, chicken, and steak. Cilantro adds a refreshing herbal flavor to the rice, while a little poblano pepper is blended in for some kick. It's an easy recipe that's sure to please everyone at the table.See all recipes with cilantro.
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Spice up your chicken with this easy sauce filled with bold citrus flavors. This is a great recipe to use leftover chicken. 
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Porcini Risotto
A little bit of patience and a lot of stirring is all that’s required to make this risotto incredibly rich, creamy, and tasty.                             This recipe is courtesy of Port and Fin.
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Chicken stock is a fantastic and flavorful substitute for water when preparing quinoa, rice or couscous or for adding richness and depth to sauces. The next time you make chicken for dinner, instead of giving the bones to the dog, throw them in a pot and make this simple and easy recipe. You can also substitute duck or rabbit bones for chicken bones. (Rabbit makes a particularly flavorful stock.)
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Making turkey stock is a great way to use the leftover turkey carcass from your Thanksgiving bird. Since Hanukkah coincides with Thanksgiving this year, upcycling the turkey stock as a base for matzo ball soup just makes sense. The stock can also be frozen, either in quart containers to make soup later on, or in ice cube trays so you can use small amounts of stock to enrich sauces, pastas, and risottos.
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Mushroom Stock
You will not be sorry you took the time to make your own stock. As you cook and are busy prepping vegetables and such, e.g., carrots, celery, onions, mushrooms, parsley, and thyme, rather than toss or compost the carrot tops and peels, celery ends and leaves, onion ends and cores, shiitake and button stems, thyme and parsley stems, and any other produce bits you collect, save them. (Skip vegetables like kale, cabbage, broccoli, or anything with a dominating flavor or color that you wouldn’t want in a mushroom stock — no beets!) — Shroom by Becky Selengut
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Making your own turkey stock is a Thanksgiving Day game changer. This easy recipe will add depth of flavor to your gravy, stuffing, casseroles and any soup you decide to make with it.This recipe by Bill Daley originally appeared in The Chicago Tribune.
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Virginia: Peanut Soup
Never heard of peanut soup? Virginians love this soup, which celebrates one of their biggest crops. You start with peanuts, and then soak them to create a creamy soup that can be made ahead for a simple and delicious meal.
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