6 Ways to Savor & Flavor with Swanson Stock & Broth
Try these tips to taste the delicious difference Swanson makes in nearly everything you cook
You’ll be amazed at how versatile Swanson broth is and how easy it is to use! The broth’s well-seasoned taste is perfect for soups, simmering vegetables, rice, pasta and potatoes, and for adding a little moisture to leftovers when reheating.
To keep meats moist and tender and add a layer of flavor, baste them during roasting with Swanson stock. Or, after sautéing meats in a skillet, add a little stock to loosen the browned bits clinging to the bottom of the pan (this is called “deglazing”) and use this as the base for a simple sauce.
Before reheating leftovers, drizzle them with a splash of Swanson broth to add a little moisture and intensify their flavor.
Have some leftover stock or broth? Freeze it in an ice cube tray. Then, if a gravy needs thinning or you need just a bit of broth to add moisture to leftovers or smooth out mashed potatoes, just add a cube or two of stock or broth!