Swanson Broth Coupon and Sale
Get ready for soup and stew season with a great deal on Swanson Broth and Stock Cartons at Safeway. The broth is also a perfect braising liquid for beef roasts, so be sure to always have it on hand in your pantry.
Swanson broth cartons are on sale for $1.99 when you buy 5 or more participating items, mix and match through November 17th.
Pair the sale with a new insert coupon for $.50 off 1 Swanson Broth from the Nov. 8th SmartSource insert. The coupon will double automatically to $1.00 at Safeway, bringing the final price of the broth to just $.99 each.
Regularly priced $3.79 each, you’ll save 47%.
Choose from the organic chicken broth for the same price as conventional, vegetable broth, beef broth, and low sodium chicken and beef broth. The stock is on sale for $2.99 – so you’ll pay $2.49 for each stock carton after the cashback offer.
What’s the difference between broth and stock?
The terms “stock” and “broth” are often used interchangeably, but the reality is, there is a distinct culinary difference between the two. Here’s what makes each one special as well as a few tips on ways to use them to get the best flavor possible from your culinary creations.
Stock: Stock has played a pivotal role in cooking for many years, and in classic French cuisine it is the base upon which almost all sauces are built. From braises and stir-fries to basting liquids and gravies, the stock is your go-to ingredient when you want to build layers of flavor in a recipe that features meat.
Its meat-focused, lightly seasoned flavor profile and rich taste allow you to control the seasonings in a dish, as well as help enhance the natural juices of the chicken, beef, and pork. Stock is the best base on which to build a robust-tasting pan sauce or gravy: after searing steaks or chops in a skillet, remove them from the pan and add a splash of stock. Simmer to reduce slightly to thicken, then pour over the meat before serving.
Broth: Broth takes on a slightly broader role in the kitchen than stock, enhancing the flavor of everything from soup to side dishes. While the technique for making broth is similar to that of making stock, there are enough differences in the flavor to make it better suited to certain recipes than others.
The broth is different from stock because it’s made by mainly simmering meat and bones (sometimes roasted, sometimes not) with herbs and mirepoix (a mix of onions, carrots, and celery) for less time. It’s a bit more subtle-tasting and has more of a finished seasoning level so it’s ready to eat as is. Besides being a wonderful base for soups, its balanced seasoning profile makes it great for adding flavor to side dishes like mashed potatoes, stuffing, rice, pasta and vegetables—use broth as the cooking liquid instead of water and see how delicious your favorite side dishes become. We also sometimes sip warm broth when we’re feeling a little under the weather or need to take the chill off with a steamy drink.
While stock can be used for broth and vice versa, you’ll get the most well-rounded flavor in your recipes if you use stock anytime you’re creating meat-based dishes. When making soups and side dishes, opt for the balanced, subtle flavor of the broth—it complements but won’t overpower other ingredients, and enhances the taste of rice, potatoes, and vegetables. (Source)
Check out a couple of seasonal recipes that use broth that you can make using sale ingredients from Safeway here:
Swanson Broth Sale and Coupon Details
- Swanson Broth or Stock 32 oz on sale for $1.99 when you buy 5 or more participating items, mix and match through 11/17
- Clip and use $.50 off 1 Swanson Stocks or Broths Coupon from 11/8 SS, exp. 1/8
- Final Price = $.99 each
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