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Now You Can Get Your Soups in K-Cup Form

Now You Can Get Your Soups in K-Cup Form

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Now you can get your soups in K-cup form.

In a new effort to please millennials who, god, don't even have time to boil a cup of water, Campbell's soups has come out and created soup for Keurig brewers.

According to a press release, Campbell's partnered with Keurig to create "Campbell's Fresh-Brewed Soup K-Cups," basically bringing Campbell's soups down to Top Ramen form. The cups, which provide the "fresh-brewed" broths, come with a separate "noodle and vegetable packet mix." We imagine the directions include brew the broth, dump vegetables and noodles in, cover, and wait for three minutes. We would probably run the K-cup machine one time through to get rid of any coffee residue.

Of course, the K-Cup market is pretty big; The Huffington Post notes that a recent report found that 46 percent of the money spend on coffee or espresso makers went to single-serving machines. Still, this doesn't make it any better; if snackers really wanted some soup, they can heat up a can over the stove. Or stick one of the to-go things into the microwave. Or just boil some water and make ramen.

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Gelatin is used in molded desserts and salads and to thicken cold soups. The raw material for gelatin is the naturally occuring protein, collagen, which is commercially obtained from the meat industry (pure protein derived from beef and veal bones, cartilage, tendons, skin and connective tissue). Most commercial gelatin is produced from pig skin. The cleaning and processing of collagen results in a pale yellow dry powder -- an odorless, tasteless thickening agent. When dissolved in hot water then cooled, it forms a jelly. Granulated gelatin is the most common form of unsweetened gelatin. Unsweetened gelatin is typically soaked in a cold liquid for 3-5 minutes before dissolving it. This softens and swells the granules so they will dissolve smoothly when heated. Leaf or sheet gelatin is also available, although not as common as the granulated form. Leaf gelatin requires a longer soaking time than granulated gelatin. Sweetened gelatin dessert mixes, such as the popular Jell-O brand, are available in many artificial fruit flavors.
Professional cooks often use leaf gelatin because it makes a clearer gelatin with purer flavor. Many European recipes call for leaf gelatin. You can successfully substitute powdered gelatin for leaf gelatin in any recipe. One package (1 tablespoon) of powdered gelatin equals 4 sheets. One package of gelatin is enough to jell 2 cups of liquid. Vegan/Vegetarian: Alternative choices include Agar-Agar, which is derived from seaweed. Agar-Agar is sold in noodle-like strands, in powdered form or in long blocks. Other options are arrowroot, guar gum, xanthan gum, pectin and kudzu.


4 sheets leaf gelatin = 1 (.25 oz) envelope granulated gelatin = 1 tablespoon granulated gelatin Agar-Agar, which is an algae based gellifying agent

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It may be easy to buy in the store, but there&rsquos nothing that makes a dish more special than a homemade chicken broth recipe. Whether you&rsquore simmering a fall soup, making a hearty stew, or impressing your dinner guests with a delicious risotto, homemade chicken broth can bring your dishes from average to extraordinary because of its rich flavor. But finding a recipe that doesn&rsquot look complicated can be daunting. Lucky for you, we're here to help.

So, what are the benefits of making your own chicken broth at home? When you prepare your own chicken broth from start to finish, you can control the ingredients you add and make sure you're getting exactly what you want. While it can be tough to monitor sodium and other additives when you&rsquore buying your broth in the store, cooking your own broth means you can precisely measure the salt used (and get nutrients from a wider variety of vegetables, if that's your desire!). We also love the fact that homemade chicken broth can keep in the freezer for up to three months.

Ingredients you&rsquoll need: 1 small chicken (2½ to 3 lb), 1 large onion (8 oz), quartered (leaving the skin is ok), 2 medium carrots (4 oz), trimmed and cut in large chunks, 2 stalks celery (4 oz), trimmed and cut in large chunks, 8 sprigs parsley, 4 sprigs thyme, 1 clove garlic, 6 peppercorns, and 1 bay leaf.

Supplies you'll need: 1 large stock pot, a skimmer, cheese cloth, twine, and a colander.

Place the chicken a large stock pot (this should be tall and narrow rather than short and wide) and cover with cool water (about 8 cups). Make sure to use a pot that is a few inches taller than the chicken. This allows the water to flow around ingredients and extract the most flavor. It will also make it easier to skim away anything that rises to the surface.

Gently bring the water to a simmer. As it simmers, skim and discard anything that rises to the top. Simmer for 30 minutes.

Add the onion, carrots, and celery and continue simmering for 1 1/2 hours more.

Make the bouquet garni (AKA a package of herbs wrapped in cheese cloth): Lay the parsley, thyme, garlic, peppercorns and bay leaf on top a folded over piece of cheese cloth. Wrap up and tie with twine.

Using this in your stock is like adding a tea bag &ndash it will help to infuse the flavor of the herbs into the broth, while still being easy to remove.

Add the bouquet garni to the pot and simmer until the chicken is super tender and the broth is very flavorful, 30 to 45 minutes (adding the herb package too early can cause the flavors to cook away completely or become dull).

Transfer the chicken and vegetables to a large bowl and season the broth with salt. Shred the meat, discarding the skin and bones, and reserve to serve with soup or use for another recipe.

Line a colander with rinsed cheesecloth (set over another pot or measuring cup) and ladle the broth into it. This will catch any additional scraps left in the broth.

Transfer broth to jars or containers and refrigerate for up to 5 days or freeze for up to 3 months.

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Mark on August 17, 2020:

What about the hole in the bottom?

Angie on June 14, 2020:

There are 2.0 cheat stickers you can buy in sheets on amazon. They are orange and go at 9:00 on your kcup this fools the 2.0 machine.

Love this idea to reuse the pods! Looking forward to better flavor.

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Like you, I didn’t like a generic refillable K-pod, but recently bought one ($18!) with Keurig brand that said it was the only approved refillable pod. It took a bit of trial & error using the adaptor for our “Plus” model, locking cover on & seeing how machine’s menu changes & working w that, but now it works well & seems more convenient that your method IF one doesn’t mind refilling one at a time, which may not work for all situations

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