Chicken Bouillon cubes are used to add rich tastes to your soups, stews, sauces, and gravies. It was invented by Nicolas Appert in 1831 but was only commercialized in 1908. Today, Chicken Bouillon cubes are a staple ingredient in some cuisines. In essence, Chicken Bouillon cubes are dehydrated forms of our favorite seasonings, an all-in-one ingredient to get that perfect taste. It contains chicken fat, dehydrated chicken meat and broth, dehydrated onions and parsley, yeast extract, lactose, water, spices, salt, monosodium glutamate, and other seasonings. When used sparingly, it does not cause unhealthy side effects. However, frequent use should be avoided because of the presence of monosodium glutamate or MSG, which we all know is not good for the body.