Additionally, Elizabeth has offered an idea when trying to use the broth from making your own chicken. In the past we had a comment posted by one of our readers, in regard to the greasiness of the broth. I (Alisha) did not understand what must be done to be able to use the broth in a healthy way. Here's what Elizabeth had to say:
You can either wait for the liquid to cool a bit and the fat will start to solidify on top and you can skim off as much as possible, or you can get one of these handy gadgets from Amazon:Thank you so much, Elizabeth, for your insite. We love it so much that our site can be a place for moms to learn from each other. We really do appreciate our readers so much!
2 cup Fat Separator and Strainer
I'm sure you can find a less expensive one than this, but both my mom and grandma use one of these religiously to separate out the broth from the fat for sauces and such. Fat goes to the top, broth stays at the bottom and is able to be poured out of the spout that comes from the bottom. A very handy item to have around :)
Heat up some oil in a large frying pan or a wok.
Add your bag of noodles and veges. Cook as directed on package.
Add the sauce that comes with the package and some chicken, if desired.
Smile and Serve.
For Katie's mouth watering Japanese Spaghetti, made from scratch, you can go here.