Drunk too much last night? Tired? Don’t want to cook? We have the solution… A chicken broth, made with poultry carcasses, fresh vegetables and Risi. The broth helps to restore the potassium salt level in your body. Potassium influences the nerve and muscle function in the human organism and after having drunk alcohol, your body eliminates a lot of this element. Moreover, it seems that the chicken broth has anti-inflammatory effects and prevents against colds. This recipe also allows you to reuse the leftovers and carcasses of poultries (capon, turkey, guinea fowl)
- 1 Poultry Carcass
- 1l Water
- 1 Glass of white wine
- Small vegetables (carrots, peas, potatoes, fennel, etc.)
- 1 Onion
- Olive oil
- 100g Risi (Italian pasta that looks like rice)
- Salt & Pepper
Scrape off the carcass to reuse the last pieces of the poultry meat. Put them aside. Then drop the carcass in a pot and cover with water. Add some spices, salt and cover the pot with a lid. Cook the broth for about 45 to 60 minutes on low heat. Cut the vegetables and the onion into small pieces and let slightly fry in a pan in a dash of olive oil. Deglaze with the wine, let reduce and add the chicken stock. Add the pieces of meat and Risi pasta and let cook for about 15 minutes.
That’s it!!! Enjoy the soup and we wish you a happy new year 2015!!!