I make meat and chicken broths occasionally, and would like to start making them more. But I was thinking that its probably also a good idea to make fish broth. They all have gelatin in them, not just meat broth, right?
Anyhow, I'm trying to keep things as low cost as possible, and meat and poultry certainly aren't cheap around here...
Neither is fish.
The cheapest fish I can buy are young hake, and sardines. I'll have to go to a fish store and see what else I can get cheaply, but as far as I know, those are my cheapest options.
And they both have really strong fishy tastes.
Any ideas how to make fish broths taste more palatable? (I can't put any meat/poultry or their derivatives in the fish broth, nor can I use shellfish or squid or things like that.)
I'd love ideas for good tasting fish broths that can be made cheaply.
Oh, and I'd really prefer non dairy as well, as I'm sensitive to dairy.