Instant Pot Beef Bone Broth That Gels Every Time
Instant Pot Beef Bone Broth is the quick and easy way to make bone broth. And with these step-by-step instructions, your bone broth will gel every time!
Homemade Beef Bone Broth is a tasty gelatin-rich liquid that is wonderful for promoting good gut health. Bone Broth is gut healing and gives a boost to our digestive health and our immune system. And scientists tell us that our gut is, in essence, our second brain and has a significant impact on our overall health.
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Instant Pot Beef Bone Broth that Gels Every Time
- 4 pounds Beef bones a mix of marrow bones, neck bones, and oxtails
- 1 cup Red wine or fortified wine 1/4 cup vinegar can be substituted
- 2 Onions chopped
- 2 Carrots chopped
- 2 stalks Celery seed chopped
- 1 Bay leaf
- 1 teaspoon Whole black peppercorns
- Place the marrow bones into the Instant Pot liner pot, add the wine or vinegar and then cover the bones with water. Allow the bones to soak while proceeding to step 2.
- Brown the neck bones and oxtails in a 425 Fahrenheit oven until brown, approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour.
- Once the oxtails and neck bones have been roasted, transfer them to the Instant Pot with the marrow bones.
- Deglaze the roasting pan with water and add the drippings to the Instant Pot with the bones.
- Add the vegetables, bay leaf, and peppercorns. Add additional water to cover by no more than an inch and be sure to not fill the Instant Pot beyond the pressure cooker marking.
- Set the Instant Pot to valve to "sealing". Choose the soup/broth option and adjust the pressure to "low pressure." Set the Instant Pot timer for 2 hours.
- When the 2 hours of pressure cooking has finished, see the manufacturer's instructions for releasing the pressure or allow the pressure to come down naturally. Once the pressure has been completely released, remove the lid.
- Strain out the solids and then strain the bone broth. (See video.)
- The bone broth will stay fresh, refrigerated for 2-3 days, and if frozen, it will stay fresh for 2-3 months.
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Favorite Bone Broth Making Supplies:
- 8-Quart Duo Plus Instant Pot
- 16-Quart Stock Pot
- 8-Quart Stock Pot
- 7-Quart Slow Cooker
- 8-Quart Slow Cooker
- 10-Quart Slow Cooker
- Fat Separator
- Stainless Steel Strainer
- Flour Sack Towels
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