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Bouillon Cubes (Beef or Chicken) Subbing for Broth Recipe

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Jeanie Flowers

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You can substitute bouillon cubes or granules in most recipes that call for broth or stock. The recommended equivalent measure is to dissolve 1 bouillon cube (or 1 teaspoon of bouillon granules) in 8 ounces of boiling water for every 1 cup of broth.

Bouillon, like many canned chicken broths, can be high in sodium (one cube of Wyler's chicken bouillon has about 880 milligrams of sodium). To reduce the sodium, add 1 cube for every 1 1/2 cups boiling water. Wyler's and other brands also have lower-sodium bouillon containing 560 milligrams of sodium per cube and sodium-free bouillon.

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