HomeMade Chicken Broth Recipe

Imagine a dessert that embodies the essence of tropical paradise, a luscious creation that whispers of lazy days under swaying palm trees and the sweet, sun-kissed taste of ripe mangoes. Enter the Easy Mango Graham Roll, a heavenly delight that tantalizes the senses and transports you to a world of pure indulgence.

At first glance, it’s a sight to behold: a cylindrical masterpiece, crafted with care and precision, its golden hues hinting at the treasure that lies within. But it’s not just its appearance that captivates; it’s the promise of flavor, the anticipation of each blissful bite.

The journey begins with the graham crackers, their crispiness providing the perfect contrast to the creamy richness of the filling. As you take your first bite, you’re greeted by a symphony of textures – the crunch of the crackers giving way to the velvety smoothness of the mango-infused cream.

And oh, that filling! It’s a dreamy concoction, a marriage of sweet, tropical mangoes and luscious cream, whipped to perfection until it reaches a light and airy consistency. With every spoonful, you’re transported to a tropical paradise, where the air is thick with the scent of ripe fruit and the sun beats down with gentle warmth.

But the magic doesn’t stop there. Nestled within the creamy embrace of the mango filling are delicate slices of fresh mango, their vibrant orange hue adding a burst of color and a burst of juicy sweetness with every bite. It’s a delightful surprise, a reminder that sometimes, the simplest ingredients can create the most extraordinary flavors.

As you savor each mouthful, you’re struck by the sheer brilliance of the Easy Mango Graham Roll – its simplicity, its elegance, its ability to evoke a sense of joy and contentment with every bite. It’s a dessert that transcends mere confectionery; it’s a celebration of life’s simple pleasures, a reminder to savor the sweetness of each moment.

So whether you’re indulging in it on a lazy summer afternoon or sharing it with loved ones around the table, the Easy Mango Graham Roll is sure to delight and enchant, leaving you longing for just one more taste of paradise.



  • 2.5 lbs of high-quality chicken bones (a mix of necks, backs, and wings for a rich flavor)
  • 3 medium carrots, roughly chopped
  • 3 stalks of celery, including leaves, chopped
  • 1 large yellow onion, quartered (skin on for color and depth)
  • 5 cloves of garlic, crushed
  • 1 1/4 teaspoons of Himalayan pink salt (for its mineral content and flavor)
  • 3/4 teaspoon of freshly ground black pepper
  • 3 bay leaves, preferably fresh
  • 6 quarts of filtered water
  • A generous handful of fresh parsley, roughly chopped
  • A sprig of thyme and a sprig of rosemary (for aromatic complexity)
  • 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar (to help extract the bone minerals)

1. Preparation:

Begin by placing the chicken bones in a large stockpot. Cover with cold filtered water, ensuring the bones are submerged by at least 2 inches. The cold start is crucial for a clear broth.

2. The Initial Boil:
Bring the pot to a rapid boil over high heat. As it reaches boiling, foam will begin to surface. Skim off this foam meticulously to ensure a clear broth.

3. Adding the Core Ingredients:
Reduce the heat to a gentle simmer. Introduce the carrots, celery, onion, garlic, salt, and pepper. The addition of vegetables at this stage starts building the broth’s flavor profile.

4. Aromatic Infusion:
Add the bay leaves, parsley, thyme, and rosemary. These herbs infuse the broth with their aromatic qualities, creating a bouquet of flavors.

5. The Simmering Phase:
Continue to simmer the broth uncovered for 4 to 5 hours. This slow cooking process is essential for extracting the full spectrum of flavors from the bones and vegetables.

6. Acid Addition:
Halfway through simmering, add the apple cider vinegar. The acidity helps leach minerals from the bones, enriching the broth with nutrients.

7. Final Touches:
In the last 30 minutes of simmering, adjust the seasoning to taste, adding more salt or pepper if needed.

8. Straining the Broth:
Once cooking is complete, remove the pot from the heat. Strain the broth through a fine-mesh sieve, discarding the solids. For an extra clear broth, strain a second time through a cheesecloth-lined sieve.

9. Cooling and Skimming:
Allow the broth to cool at room temperature before refrigerating. As it chills, fat will solidify on the surface. Skim off this layer of fat to achieve a leaner broth.

10. Storing Your Broth:
The broth can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days or frozen for up to 3 months. Freezing in ice cube trays allows for easy use in smaller quantities. 

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